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God’s Bible School & College does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, age, handicap, veteran status, genetic information, or political affiliation in provision of educational opportunities, programs and activities, or employment opportunities and benefits.

We welcome individuals who are professing Christians with a good reputation and in agreement with our Statement of Faith. We especially welcome applications from qualified female and minority candidates.

Join our team.  Resumes or other employment materials should be:

  • emailed to cwatters@gbs.edu,
  • faxed to (513) 763-6649 or
  • sent to: GBSC Human Resources Director, 1810 Young Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202.
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Aldersgate Christian Academy

High School Math Teacher

High School Math Teacher

Responsibilities

  • Maintain a clean and attractive classroom.
  • Teach classes as assigned by the principal.
  • Attend weekly staff and prayer meetings.
  • Keep track of attendance, tardies, and assist in making sure students are dressed according to dress code.
  • Keep parents informed of students’ academic progress.
  • Attend all school functions both for Academy and College.
  • Keeping daily records for Mandated Reimbursement Program.
  • Attend professional development seminars, etc.
  • Develop and maintain a positive role model both spiritually and professionally towards colleagues, parents, and students.
  • Keep CAMS data entry current and accurate.

Qualifications

The High School Teacher should have the following:

  • A bachelor’s degree (required), an advanced degree (preferred);
  • Classroom management skills;
  • Good communication skills (both written and verbal);
  • A willingness to follow directions from administration;
  • A thorough understanding of a Christian philosophy of teaching;
  • The ability to remain calm under pressure and to be flexible;
  • An ability to work with parents and students of various backgrounds;
  • A strong holiness background.
High School Social Science Teacher

High School Social Science Teacher

Responsibilities

  • Maintain a clean and attractive classroom.
  • Teach classes as assigned by the principal.
  • Attend weekly staff and prayer meetings.
  • Keep track of attendance, tardies, and assist in making sure students are dressed according to dress code.
  • Keep parents informed of students’ academic progress.
  • Attend all school functions both for Academy and College.
  • Keeping daily records for Mandated Reimbursement Program.
  • Attend professional development seminars, etc.
  • Develop and maintain a positive role model both spiritually and professionally towards colleagues, parents, and students.
  • Keep CAMS data entry current and accurate.

Qualifications

The High School Teacher should have the following:

  • A bachelor’s degree (required), an advanced degree (preferred);
  • Classroom management skills;
  • Good communication skills (both written and verbal);
  • A willingness to follow directions from administration;
  • A thorough understanding of a Christian philosophy of teaching;
  • The ability to remain calm under pressure and to be flexible;
  • An ability to work with parents and students of various backgrounds;
  • A strong holiness background.
Kindergarten Teacher

Kindergarten Teacher

Responsibilities

  • Maintain a clean and attractive classroom.
  • Teach classes as assigned by the principal.
  • Attend weekly staff and prayer meetings.
  • Keep track of attendance, tardies, and assist in making sure students are dressed according to dress code.
  • Keep parents informed of students’ academic progress.
  • Attend all school functions both for Academy and College.
  • Keeping daily records for Mandated Reimbursement Program.
  • Attend professional development seminars, etc.
  • Develop and maintain a positive role model both spiritually and professionally towards colleagues, parents, and students.
  • Keep CAMS data entry current and accurate.

Qualifications

The Elementary Teacher should have the following:

  • A bachelor’s degree (required), an advanced degree (preferred);
  • Classroom management skills;
  • Good communication skills (both written and verbal);
  • A willingness to follow directions from administration;
  • A thorough understanding of a Christian philosophy of teaching;
  • The ability to remain calm under pressure and to be flexible;
  • An ability to work with parents and students of various backgrounds;
  • A strong holiness background.

God’s Bible School & College

Coordinator for Cataloging, Serials and ILL

Coordinator for Cataloging, Serials and ILL

  • Classification: Staff / 52 Weeks
  • Supervisor: Director of Library Services

The Coordinator for Cataloging, Serials and ILL is responsible for all activities related to processing information resources for the Libraries’ collections (as well as maintaining access to collections in all formats), interlibrary loan operations and the management and coordination of serials. The Coordinator for Cataloging, Serials and ILL shares responsibility for developing and implementing the mission, goals and broad policy directions for the GBSC Libraries. This position reports directly to the Director of Library Services.

Typical Duties / Responsibilities

  • Manages all activities in cataloging and performs all original cataloging of monographs, videos, and text CDs. Assigns DDC numbers as needed. Supplies subject headings for original cataloging and other cataloging records as needed.
  • Maintains authority control for the library’s ILS system.
  • Monitors and evaluates trends and developments relevant to academic libraries, particularly in the areas of technical services, cataloging, automation, inter-library loan, serials management, and digital collections.
  • Works with library staff to resolve system problems and maximize use of system capabilities.
  • Supervises inventories and weeding of various library collections.
  • Supervises the operation of interlibrary loans including: OCLC searching, requesting, tracking; processing orders; returning all loaned items in a timely fashion and communicating with patrons.
  • Ensuring that all periodicals (Print, Electronic, & Microfilm) are processed both correctly and in a timely fashion.
  • Performing subscription maintenance for all serial collections (print and electronic).
  • Preparing periodical items to be bound, including items from the College Archives for preservation.
  • Assisting with reference or promotional services to students, faculty, and the community.
  • Participates in departmental, library, University meetings, committees, events, etc., as appropriate or assigned.
  • Develops efficient workflows and procedures and writes/revises policies and procedure documentation.
  • Assist in the management and training of work students.

Qualifications

  • Candidate would ideally have completed a BA/BS degree from a college or university accredited by a U.S. Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting organization.
  • A strong service orientation; excellent interpersonal and oral and written communication skills; ability to organize and plan; leadership ability; and ability to use library and office computer applications
  • Experience (or willingness to learn) using an integrated library system for all library functions.
  • Knowledge of (or willingness to learn) technical rules and standards for library cataloging, including nationally used cataloging rules and standards Anglo-American Cataloging Rules; Library of Congress Subject Headings; DDC Classification; MARC (Machine Readable Cataloging) tagging; ISBD (International Standard Bibliographic Description), especially as these apply to music scores and CDs.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Academic library experience highly desirable, preferably in a Bible college or liberal arts college.
  • 2 years successful, progressively responsible experience in one or more areas of library technical services.
  • Knowledge of one or more non-English languages.
  • Experience with Koha.
  • BA/BS degree from a college or university accredited by a U.S. Department of Education or internationally recognized accrediting organization.
  • Master’s degree in library science from an ALA accredited library school or equivalent.
  • Interest and ability to contribute to the profession, including research, publication and participation in professional organizations.

Candidates should submit a statement of interest, a resume, and the names of three professional references.

Maintenance Technician

Richard Miles - MainMaintenance Technician

I’m Richard Miles, Director of Facilities here at God’s Bible School & College.

Here at GBSC we take students with limited life skills & experiences and transform them into servant leaders with a passion of sharing the Gospel. We do this by fostering an environment where students can hear God more clearly.

The campus of GBSC is the environment where this fostering takes place. As we continue to grow in student, staff and faculty numbers we need someone who can help keep things up and running.

Because of this growth we need someone with a wide breadth of construction experience with perhaps one or two deep areas of knowledge in carpentry, electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems. This job will entail both physical labor and the mental task of prioritizing the needs of the campus. This is a full time, 52 week staff position.

This person will work with our facilities and maintenance crews and will have daily interaction with students, staff, faculty and their families. This person will report directly to me, the Director of Facilities, and will supervise student workers as well.

This is a job for someone who doesn’t mind getting their hands dirty. It’s also a job for those with a dream of how beautiful our campus can truly be.

We train servant leaders on our functional and beautiful campus in Cincinnati, Ohio.

If this sounds like something you, or someone you know, would be interested in please fill out the employment application and email it to cwatters@gbs.edu.

Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

The Division of Education and Professional Studies seeks qualified applicants on an ongoing basis to fill teaching positions in the following fields: mathematics, science, sociology, philosophy, business and history. Positions will remain open until filled.

Position: Adjunct Faculty
Classification: Part Time, Temporary
Supervisor: Lyle Witt, Division Chair

Responsibilities

  • Deliver quality instruction that facilitates student learning.
  • Prepare course lessons and materials in a timely, thorough manner.
  • Communicate course outcomes, requirements, expectations, and assignments clearly with a syllabus approved by the division.
  • Provide students with regular quantitative and qualitative feedback.
  • Regularly update student grades on the faculty portal.
  • Record student attendance regularly on the faculty portal.
  • Submit midterm and final grades on time using the faculty portal.
  • Communicate promptly and professionally with students, colleagues, and supervisors.
  • Demonstrate a passion for teaching the subject and for helping students learn.

Qualifications

  • Applicants who hold either a doctorate or master’s degree in the field of instruction are preferred. 
  • Applicants with a master’s degree in a different field but with at least eighteen graduate hours in the field of instruction may also be considered.
  • Applicants with a relevant bachelor of arts degree and extensive professional experience in the field of instruction may also be considered for certain fields of instruction.
  • Candidates with demonstrated excellence in college-level teaching are preferred.

Qualified applicants should submit an adjunct application to Cheryl Watters.

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