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CAREERS AT DCC

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Administrative Assistant for Student Development

 

Administrative Assistant for Student Development

 

Department: Student Development                                                                        Reports To: Vice President of Student Development
Work Schedule: M-F daytime; some weekends/evenings            Amount of Travel Required: Minimal

Job Status: Part-time, 20+ hours a week                                              Positions Supervised: Student Worker(s)

 

POSITION SUMMARY
The Administrative Assistant for Student Development is responsible for assisting in the facilitation of Student Development programs and serves as the primary administrative support for the Office of Student Development.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Assist in the planning and organizing of major events, such as New Student Orientation, Kingdom Week, and other Student Development events.
  • Provide support with weekly chapel services through planning, scheduling, correspondence with speakers and guests, setup, and teardown, etc.
  • Assist with Student Development program management, correspondence, and reports.
  • Manage the updating and annual revisions of the Student Handbook in collaboration with leaders, Student Development sections of the DCC Catalog, and Student Development-related policies.
  • Manage and coordinate the recruitment and training of Student Development volunteers.
  • Send out weekly communication to students in coordination with Student Life leaders and Communications Director, and mobile app notifications as needed.
  • Assist with the Developing Christian Influence program and Christian Service Reports by maintaining and updating data.
  • Assist with the Office of Student Development correspondence, communication, and organization.
  • Assist in the maintenance of Student Life areas to include student lounge and game room.
  • Establish, publish, and maintain the Office of Student Development calendar and dashboard.
  • Assume other appropriate responsibilities as assigned and authorized by the VP of Student Development.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred with experience working with college students in Student Development or field relevant to the mission of DCC and/or job functions.
  • Demonstrated competence in administration, management, and interpersonal skills, preferably in higher education, non-profit, and church settings.

 

 

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Technical Skills:

  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office, and a demonstrated ability to learn other software.

General Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Required:
    • Demonstrated understanding of and a commitment to the mission of biblical higher education; teaching and learning; high academic standards; and student success
    • Ability to communicate effectively, skilled in presenting ideas and concepts orally and in writing with the ability to compose correspondence and reports.
    • Ability to work effectively with and develop collaboration in ethnic, cultural, and socially diverse employee and student populations.
    • Demonstrated competence in the areas of organization and office management.
    • Must have high level of interpersonal skills including courteous demeanor and appropriate exercise of confidentiality.
    • Organizational skills to set priorities, meet deadlines, and follow-up on assignments with a minimum of direction.
    • A strong desire and ability to build relationships with all segments of DCC and its constituents (employees, students, donors, alumni, church leaders, vendors, etc.) on behalf of DCC generally, and the VP of Student Development specifically.
  • Preferred:
    • Experience in higher education, church, and/or non-profit settings.
    • Familiarity and commitment to the ideals of the Restoration Movement (Independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ)

WORK ENVIRONMENT
Exposure to standard office conditions, including but not limited to extended sitting and/or standing, reading, writing, typing, speaking, and use of technology. Able to climb stairs. Occasional evening and weekend duties and travel may be 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.”

To apply: Please send cover letter, resume, and three references to hr@dallas.edu

Student Life and Engagement Manager

 

 

Student Life and Engagement Manager

 

Department: Student Development                                                      Reports To: Vice President of Student Development
Work Schedule: M-F daytime; some weekends/evenings            Amount of Travel Required: Minimal

Job Status: Full-time, 40+ hours a week                                               Positions Supervised: Student Worker(s)

POSITION SUMMARY
The Student Life and Engagement Manager is primarily responsible for the development, coordination, facilitation, and management of Student Life programs, activities, and events that serve our student community and for helping to foster an engaging Christ-centered and supportive environment.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Student Life Program/Project Management

  • Manage Student Life projects scoping student needs and identifying project deliverables, developing project plans, budgets and reporting on progress.
  • Coordinate and manage the planning and execution of major events, such as New Student Orientation, Serve Day, Kingdom Week, Community Outreach, etc.
  • Assist in the future development and management of various student programs/projects.
  • Track and manage all Student Life budget and related expenses.
  • Research, develop, and implement ongoing assessment efforts including ascertaining needs, participation and non-participation demographics, participants’ satisfaction, and program accomplishments.
  • Assist with the updating of the Student Handbook, Student Life section of the DCC Catalog, and Student Life policies.

Communications

  • Generate weekly Crusader News publications in coordination with the Student Development Administrative Assistant and Communications Director.
  • Ensure the timely student notification of important and emergent information via the DCC mobile app or e-news blast.
  • Establish, publish, and maintain the Student Life Calendar and Dashboard.
  • Coordinate Student Life communications and correspondence with both internal and external constituencies including prospective, current students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and partner organizations as needed.
  • Use various marketing mediums and strategies to disseminate information related to student life programs, activities, and events.

Chapel and Campus Ministry

  • Plan and implement creative and strategic ministry experiences including chapel, Kingdom Week, etc.
  • Collaborate with Communications Director, Practical Ministries Committee, and Worship Arts Director in chapel planning, including speaker selections, music, media, set up, teardown, etc.
  • Coordination of special guests (graduate schools, missions organizations, etc.)
  • Provide support in oversite of the weekly chapel services through correspondence with speakers and guests.
  • Manage Student Christian Service Reporting and the Developing Christian Influence Program.

 

Student Engagement Services

  • Research and develop best practices for engaging online student populations.
  • Conduct assessments into student engagement, student interests, and effectiveness of resources.
  • Develop and coordinate events in partnership with other departmental services and staff.
  • Research and establish cooperative arrangements with external community organizations.
  • Participate in Student Life portion of prospective student campus tours.
  • Assist with the coordination of the Ethical Conduct Committee, which includes written communications for the student(s) involved and the Committee.

Internships and Career Placement Services

  • Collaborate with academic department chairs to provide students with guidance in a variety of career-related categories in order to assist them with attaining employment, internships, or experiential work experiences in their area of study.
  • Assist in the development, coordination, and facilitation of a variety of career-related skill development workshops, seminars, and events.
  • Organize and conduct resume reviews and mock interviews.
  • Collaborate with Alumni to speak to students about career opportunities and current industry trends.
  • Research, collaborate with, and maintain relationships with prospective employers.

Student Government, Clubs and Organizations

  • Serve as the general advisor for student government and other clubs and organizations and assists in managing student organization budgets.
  • Ensure all student organization business is conducted in accordance with DCC policies.
  • Manage and maintain Student Life supplies and areas to include offices, student lounge, and game room.
  • Assist students in planning and implementing a broad program of campus social, cultural, and leadership activities for students.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in a field relevant to the mission of DCC and/or job functions.
  • At least 1-3 years of relevant experience in higher education or relevant setting.

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Technical Skills:

  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office, and a demonstrated ability to learn other software.

General Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Required:
    • Demonstrated understanding of and a commitment to the mission of biblical higher education; teaching and learning; high academic standards; and student success
    • Ability to think ‘outside of the box’ and to lead and manage change.
    • Ability to communicate effectively, skilled in presenting ideas and concepts orally and in writing with the ability to compose correspondence and reports.
    • Ability to work effectively with and develop collaboration in ethnic, cultural, and socially diverse employee and student populations.
    • Demonstrated competence in the areas of organization, supervision, and office management.
    • Must have high level of interpersonal skills including courteous demeanor and appropriate exercise of confidentiality.
    • Organizational skills to coordinate projects, set priorities, meet deadlines, and follow-up on assignments with a minimum of direction.
    • A strong desire and ability to build relationships with all segments of DCC and its constituents (employees, students, donors, alumni, church leaders, vendors, etc.) on behalf of DCC.
  • Preferred:
    • Demonstrated understanding of and experience with student engagement.
    • Experience in project management.
    • Experience in higher education, church, and/or non-profit settings.
    • Familiarity and commitment to the ideals of the Restoration Movement (Independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ)

 

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT
Exposure to standard office conditions, including but not limited to extended sitting and/or standing, reading, writing, typing, speaking, and use of technology. Able to climb stairs. Occasional evening and weekend duties and travel are 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.”

To apply: Please send cover letter, resume, and three references to hr@dallas.edu.

Vice President of Academics

Department: Academics                    Reports To: President

Work Schedule: Varies, some weekends/evenings     Amount of Travel Required: Occasional

Job Status: Full-Time, 40+ hours per week          Positions Supervised: Associate Dean, Registrar, Faculty,

Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Librarian.

 

POSITION SUMMARY

Reporting to the Dallas Christian College (DCC) President, the Vice President of Academics is a member of the President’s Cabinet, will have faculty status, and oversees academics with the following primary areas of focus:

  • Student learning and success
  • Curriculum and degree programs
  • Faculty
  • Library and learning resources
  • Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Joining DCC as it approaches an exciting new era, the VPA will help promote and advance the mission of DCC to “…educate and mentor students to be people of influence” by creating transformative learning experiences that prepare them to be leaders and influencers through the curricular offerings of the College integrated with co-curricular learning efforts of the Student Development area. This role will develop and enhance programs that empower and equip students across learning modalities (traditional, residential, commuter, online, and non-traditional students) to lead and live enriched lives, thereby affirming and strengthening their callings to engage in “the work of Christ in the Church and in the world.”

 

The VPA also serves as a key champion of the biblical and theological commitments of DCC by serving as a voice to all College constituents (internal and external) on such matters and leading in the integration of a biblical worldview in all aspects of the student experience.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • As a member of the executive team, the VPA provides leadership and vision for the student academic experience, advances a cross-unit agenda devoted to strengthening academic, church, business partnerships, student leadership development, cultural engagement, community/civic engagement, and student intervention, support, and advocacy.
  • Utilizing evidence-based decision making, the VPA, together with the executive team, through continuous improvement, will establish policy, processes, services, and programs.
  • The VPA will actively guide DCC’s impact on student learning and development, create a climate conducive to the learning of all students, address critical and timely student issues and incidents, and prepare students to be lifelong leaders and influencers.
  • The VPA will be responsible for developing, enhancing, and implementing academic

programs in collaboration with co-curricular Student Development programs.

 

  • The VPA will lead in protecting and articulating biblical and theological commitments to internal and external consituents in order to maintain and enhance the position of DCC and its mission with the Church and the culture, while preserving and enriching such commitments as they are integrated in the learning experiences of every student.

 

Specific Oversight and Duties

The Vice President of Academics…

    1. leads in faculty recruitment, employment, evaluation, advancement, and retention.
    2. plans, develops, coordinates, and evaluates all instructional programs.
    3. champions student success, retention, and graduation.
    4. oversees curriculum development and course offerings.
    5. oversees the work of the faculty (full time and adjunct) and all academic administration and staff including the Director of Crawford Library, Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Associate Dean, and Registrar.
    6. oversees department chairs in the recruitment and oversight of adjunct faculty.
    7. acts in an advisory role to the Vice President for Student Development.
    8. prepares reports on academic matters, as requested by the president.
    9. oversees reporting and relationships with accrediting bodies and national and state agencies.
    10. champions the quality of instruction and general academic life through holistic faculty development.
    11. chairs and leads Faculty and Academic Council meetings.
    12. oversees academic advising of students.
    13. exercises wise fiscal management in the development and administration of academic budgets.
    14. promotes DCC by appropriate involvement with various organizations.
    15. performs other duties assigned by the president.

 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Education

  • Required:
  • Earned doctoral degree in higher education/educational administration/higher education leadership or a teaching discipline aligned with the College’s instructional program, or a closely-related field
  • Earned degrees that provided a significant, formal, theological/biblical education
  • Preferred:

o Undergraduate and/or graduate degree(s) earned from a Bible college, Christian college/university, and/or seminary, especially in the Restoration Movement. (The exemplary candidate will be a direct beneficiary of education within biblical higher education.)

 

Experience

  • Required:
    • Increasingly responsible management and supervisory experience in one or more areas of academics at the higher education level, in such positions as VPA, Provost,

Dean, or other senior academic administrator

    • Demonstrated experience in accreditation work with DOE and CHEA recognized accrediting bodies at the higher education level
    • Demonstrated success as a teacher at the higher education level
  • Preferred:
    • A minimum of ten years increasingly responsible management and supervisory experience in higher education as chief academic officer
    • Exemplary record as a teacher and scholar

 

  • Experience in Christian higher education and specific familiarity with the distinctives of biblical higher education
  • Extensive, successful experience in accreditation efforts with institutional accrediting bodies, including the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) or equivalent agency
  • Experience in areas including church ministry, para-church ministry, non-profit management, and global missions, especially those associated with the Restoration Movement

 

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Technical skills

  • Strong computer skills; skills in technological support and delivery of academic and student programs and services; knowledge and skill in the use of integrated software systems

 

General knowledge and abilities

  • Demonstrated understanding of, and a commitment to: the mission of biblical higher education; teaching and learning; high academic standards; student success
  • Commitment to the ideals of the Restoration Movement (Independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ)
  • Long-term commitment to, and involvement with, Restoration Movement churches and organizations
  • Ability to articulate a mature, robust biblical worldview in line with DCC’s statement of faith
  • Familiarity with churches and Church leaders of the Restoration Movement, especially in the Southwest, as well as the wider range of church traditions from which DCC students come
  • Demontrated ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
  • Demonstrated record in making difficult decisions for the sake of the mission of organizations (e.g. higher education insitutions, churches, businesses, non-profits)
  • Knowledge and understanding of educational theory and programs; knowledge of student due process policies/procedures; knowledge and understanding of the current issues and trends in academic affairs
  • Knowledge and understanding of evaluation techniques and methods; skill in supervisory practices and techniques
  • Knowledge of mediation and/or conflict resolution strategies and methods; skill in mediating disputes between students/staff, and students/staff and students/parents and community representatives
  • Demonstrated record of highly effective work with a leadership team
  • Track record of exhibiting Christ-like character while engaging in challenging leadership roles
  • Skill in establishing and maintaining collaborative working relationships with all segments of the College; ability to develop collaboration among diverse groups; ability to think ‘outside of the box’ and to lead and manage change
  • Ability to communicate effectively; skilled in presenting ideas and concepts orally and in writing
  • Ability to work effectively with ethnic, cultural, and socially diverse student populations
  • Expertise and experience with the assessment of student learning outcomes and institutional effectiveness
  • Experience with strategic planning and implementation, resource development and allocation, personnel, and faculty development, management, and initiation of change
  • Demonstrated wise financial management
  • Knowledge and experience with accreditation and state department of education

requirements and processes

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Exposure to standard office conditions, including but not limited to extended sitting and/or standing, reading, writing, typing, speaking, and use of technology. Able to climb stairs.

 

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.”

 

Statement on Sexuality

We believe that God wonderfully and immutably creates each person as male or female. These two distinct, complementary sexes together reflect the image and nature of God (Gen. 1:26-27). Rejection of one’s biological sex is a rejection of the image of God within that person.

 

Statement on Marriage

We believe the term “marriage” has only one meaning: the uniting of one man and one woman in a single, exclusive union, as delineated in Scripture (Gen. 2:18-25). We believe that marriage between one man and one woman, for life, uniquely reflects Christ’s relationship with His rescue mission (Eph. 5:21-33). We believe that God intends sexual intimacy to occur only between a man and a woman who are married to each other (1 Cor. 6:18; 7:2-5; Heb. 13:4). We believe that God has commanded that no intimate sexual activity be engaged in outside of a marriage between a man and a woman.

 

We believe that any form of sexual immorality (including adultery, cohabitation, fornication, homosexual behavior, bisexual conduct, bestiality, incest, or use of pornography) is sinful and offensive to God (Matt. 15:18-20; 1 Cor. 6:9-10).

 

Statement on the Sanctity of Human Life

We believe that all human life is sacred and created by God in His image. Human life is of inestimable worth in all its dimensions, including pre-born babies, the aged, the physically or mentally challenged, and every other stage or condition from conception through natural death. We are therefore called to defend, protect, and value all human life. (Ps. 139)

To apply: Please send cover letter, resume/CV, and three references to hr@dallas.edu.

Director of Athletic Communications
 
DALLAS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
 
 Director of Athletic Communications
 

 

Apply online: https://www.dallas.edu/careers/

 

POSITION SUMMARY

The Director of Athletic Communications (DAC) works collaboratively with the Athletic Director and coaches to support and promote the Dallas Christian College’s athletic programs. The DAC will be responsible for utilizing technology, managing media resources, and maximizing capabilities to market and best represent student-athletes, staff, and Dallas Christian College.

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage and update the athletic department website and all social media outlets  
    • Coordinate the inputting, deleting, and adjusting of content on the athletic webpages
    • Coordinate athletic pictures and logos usage
    • Coordinate and implement all marketing efforts of athletic department on the athletic webpages
  • Produce all article and press releases from the athletic department
    • Write up post-game articles
    • Write up special-focus athletic articles for the website
    • Establish policies for coaches to meet when information and stats are needed
  • Oversee all social media accounts for the athletic department
    • Continually update our athletic department social media accounts with up-to-date information
  • Provide oversight for sport team media days
    • Coordinate with head coaches to take team pictures
  • Oversee statistical software for each program
    • Coordinate with coaches to make sure accurate stats and records are being taken during games
    • Coordinate with coaches to make sure weekly stat reports are being submitted to the NCCAA
  • Other duties and projects as assigned

  • Responsible for all game operations and game management including hiring and oversite of student workers
  • Serving as official statistician at various sporting events / NCCAA stat uploads
  • Coordinating team pictures, editing, and printing game programs
  • Manage and coordinate all athletic marketing
  • Assisting with the production of video web casts, streaming service and broadcasting
  • Historical research
  • Writing press releases and publishing feature stories (video and written).

QUALIFICATIONS

  • A bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Previous experience working in a college sports information office is strongly preferred.
  • Experience scoring games with StatCrew, PrestoStats, NCCAA LiveStats
  • Strong writing ability, particularly in AP style, is strongly preferred.
  • Willingness and ability to work nights and weekends is required.
  • Ability to work with and troubleshoot various technologies required.
  • Experience with Photoshop/InDesign is preferred.
  • Experience with SIDEARM or similar content management system is desired.
  • Strong ability to multi-task, set priorities, and meet deadlines.

 

  Reports To:  Athletic Director
Work Schedule: Flexible, Evening Hours required Amount of Travel Required:  Negotiable
Job Status: Full-time Positions Supervised: Athletics – Student Workers

Campus Visit Coordinator (Part-Time)

Department:  Enrollment Management

Reports To:  Director of Admissions

Work Schedule: M-F, 9-3 flexible hours, some weekends/evenings

Amount of Travel Required: Minimal

Job Status:  Part-Time, 25 hours/week, 10-12 month position

 

Positions Supervised: Student worker(s), all admissions staff        regarding campus visits, vendors

POSITION SUMMARY

A multi-faceted customer service position, centered around campus visit coordination and other managerial duties. This first-impression, prospect-focused position is critical to the success of enrollment efforts at Dallas Christian College.

Warm, welcoming, and professional, the campus visit coordinator is the first point of contact for visitors to the Office of Admissions.  They greet all campus guests, receive and re-route incoming calls and emails, and manage the front office flow, as well as the merchandise that is sold there.  The Coordinator also serves as the liaison to other enrollment-related offices, such as the Registrar, Financial Aid and Student Financial Services.

The Coordinator ensures an outstanding campus visit experience, from the prospective student’s reception to their departure from campus.    They make sure that the front office area is welcoming and well cared for (refreshment area, Crusader Store, and surroundings). 

The person oversees data management and data entry for Admissions; this requires oversight of student workers. Creating and maintaining back-up physical files is critical to the functioning of admissions’ processes. 

The Coordinator/Manager may have other duties as requested by the VP for Enrollment or the Director of Admissions.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Create a welcoming environment that surpasses customers’ campus visit expectations
    • Oversee the schedule of daily campus visitors
    • 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.
    • Coordinate Campus Tours for prospective student/family visits
      • Oversee student workers who do campus tours, phone calls, data entry, desk coverage
    • Assist with Admissions’ large prospective student events
  • Oversee Crusader Store
    • Make sure the Crusader Store looks neat and in order
    • Oversee selling of promo items within the store; display at various on-campus events
  • Utilize Procurify system for department expense processing; process receipts for admissions staff
  • Create app folders and maintain the physical filing system for any student who has submitted any piece of an application file
    • Add RFI’s (request for information) to Populi
    • Accept students in the CampusVue system
  • Meet with visiting families as needed and provide tours
  • Perform data entry and data management
    • Become proficient in the Admissions CRM to input and edit prospective student data and information
    • Perform daily checks for new applications, leads, and inquiries. Link each entry to a recruiter and add a communication plan

CHARACTERISTICS

We are seeking a person who will fit in with a team of individuals who demonstrate energy, enthusiasm, professionalism, a sense of urgency, detail orientation, creativity, self-motivation, and strong relational skills.  We take proud ownership of our responsibilities and our results.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Associate degree preferred.  Successful experience may be substituted with lesser educational attainment.

DCC alumni preferred.
Experience working in an office environment 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, reception 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.”

To apply:  Please email resume and three references to hr@dallas.edu.

Adjunct Professor

Open positions:
English Composition

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 Karla Kuhl.  You can fax the documents to her attention at 972-241-8021, scan/e-mail the documents to her at kkuhl@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