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Careers

Working here means you’ll be part of something genuinely special.

We’re not your typical employer. Our campus sits atop Mount Auburn in Cincinnati, Ohio. Employees over the years have affectionately dubbed it “the Mount of Blessings” and for good reason.

When asked the following two questions, employees give us rave reviews:

  • Do you want to stay?
  • Would you recommend the organization to others?

Join our team, because we’re sure you’ll answer “yes” too.

Contact us

Questions about your application and employment materials can be sent to Cheryl Watters or faxed to (513) 763-6649.

    Aldersgate Christian Academy

    Staff & Faculty

    There are no open positions at this time.

    God’s Bible School & College

    Staff & Faculty

    IT Systems Administrator

    IT Systems Administrator

    Classification: Full-Time, Staff Member, 52-Week
    Supervisor: IT Director

    GBSC is currently seeking applications for the position of IT Systems Administrator. The IT Systems Administrator’s basic function is to, primarily, maintain campus server technology and, secondly, assist in IT Help Desk operations.

    GBSC seeks to use technology aggressively in its mission, and the overall technology program includes:

    • Network access (wired & wifi)
    • Printer connectivity
    • Telephone system
    • Google GSuite Apps for Education
    • Office and classroom technologies (K-12 & college)

    Responsibilities

    • Primary Systems Administrator employee
    • Secondary Help Desk employee
    • Maintain, secure, update and overall future planning for growth and support of the following: campus servers; overall network infrastructure, VOIP phone system
    • Assist IT Help Desk Coordinator fulfill helpdesk tickets when necessary
    • Make purchasing recommendations related to campus technology

    Required technical qualifications

    • Four-year degree and two years of experience in the IT systems administrator field
    • Experience supporting Windows server technology stacks
    • Experience supporting VOIP phone systems

    Preferred technical qualifications

    • Four-year degree and six+ years of experience in the information technology field
    • Experience supporting Windows 2008, 2012 and 2016 servers
    • Experience supporting Chromeboxes and Chromebooks
    • Experience supporting Papercut or similar printer management software
    • Experience implementing and supporting educational technology

    Bonus qualifications

    • App development for both Android and iPhone devices

    Required personal qualifications

    • Professing Christian with a good reputation and in agreement with the GBSC Statement of Faith
    • Understand and be in harmony with the mission and objectives of GBSC
    • Ability to serve faculty, staff and students in a professional manner, maintaining the highest standards of confidentiality when necessary
    • Strong interpersonal skills in matters of basic hospitality, phone conversations, and interactions with the public
    Office Manager

    Office Manager – Division of Professional Studies

    Classification: Full-Time, Staff Member, 42-Week
    Supervisor: Division Chair, Lyle Witt

      Responsibilities

      • Manage division documents by updating transfer documents, tracking sheets, program guides, and meeting minutes.
      • Manage division finances by facilitating reimbursements and maintaining records. 
      • Assist with program assessment by gathering and analyzing data.
      • Support division activities by helping with planning, organization, and implementation.
      • Support teacher licensure efforts by conducting research, gathering data, reporting information, and implementing processes. 
      • Oversee division worker(s), volunteers, and/or committees. 
      • Assist with academic advising by providing counsel, registering students for courses, and connecting students with resources.
      • Assist faculty with grading by checking assignments and/or recording grades.
      • Assist faculty with document creation, copying, and distribution. 
      • Assist faculty with course content creation and management.

      Skills

      • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
      • Familiarity with Google Docs, Sheets, and Presentations. 
      • Proficiency with Google Mail and Calendar. 
      • Ability to use/learn learning management systems.
      • Ability to use/learn assessment management systems.

        Aptitudes

        • Desire to support faculty and help students
        • Ready to work collaboratively or independently
        • Able to write and speak professionally
        • Attentive to detail and committed to accuracy
        • Willing to follow processes but oriented toward improvement
        • Flexible in managing workflow and able to prioritize tasks
          Adjunct Faculty

          Adjunct Faculty

          The Division of 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.

          English Faculty

          English Faculty

          The Division of Professional Studies seeks qualified applicants to fill on-campus and online teaching positions in the field of English, including the courses English Composition and Public Speaking. Positions will remain open until filled.

          Position: Adjunct Faculty
          Classification: Part-Time, Temporary
          On-Campus Supervisor: Lyle Witt, Division Chair
          Online Supervisor: Marcia Davis, Online Program Director

          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 an accredited doctorate or master’s degree in the field of instruction, including English, Rhetoric and Composition, Literature, and Communications, are preferred.
          • Applicants with an accredited master’s degree in a different field but with at least eighteen graduate hours in English (including Rhetoric or Composition) may also be considered.
          • Candidates with demonstrated excellence in college-level teaching are preferred.

          Qualified applicants should submit an adjunct application to Cheryl Watters.

          Student Work Program

            There are currently NO positions open.

            We welcome individuals who are professing Christians with a good reputation and in agreement with our Statement of Faith.

            We do 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.

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