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.

Top Workplaces 2019

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

    Secondary Math Teacher

    Secondary Math Teacher

    Supervisor: Principal
    Supervises: Student aides if applicable

    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 the 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 toward colleagues, parents, and students.

    Qualifications

    • 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.

    There are no open positions at this time.

    God’s Bible School & College

    Staff & Faculty

    Recruiter

    Recruiter

    Classification: Full-Time, Staff Member, 52-Week
    Supervisor: VP for Enrollment Services

    The individual in this position has the primary responsibility to recruit and guide prospective students through the enrollment process into GBSC’s various degrees and educational pathways.

    Responsibilities

    • Follow prescribed communication strategy with prospective students through phone, email, text, and social media
    • Schedule and conduct individual meetings with prospective students
    • Plan and conduct scheduled visits to key accounts
    • Develop key influencer relationships
    • Represent GBSC at promotional events
    • Assist in the planning and execution of GBSC sponsored events

    Qualifications

    • According to God’s Bible School and College employment policy, all employees must possess a strong Christian commitment and adhere to the standards outlined in the Community Lifestyle Statement.
    • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree
    • 3+ years of experience in college recruitment, sales, public relations, or similar field preferred
    • Superior relational skills with all age groups
    • Superior communication skills (spoken, written, group, individual)
    • Positive and growth-oriented attitude
    • Professional demeanor
    • Ability to travel
    • Ability to work weekend hours as needed
    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
    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

    The student work program is for campus students only.

    Academy Teacher Aid

    Academy Teacher Aid

    Supervisor: Principal
    Schedule: 15 hours per week. ACA Supervisor will accommodate student work schedules when reasonably possible and as jobs allow. The primary shifts are: 11:30am – 3pm daily.

    Schedules may vary for different days depending on the class schedule, although we ask that they be set hours for that day each week.

    Responsibilities

    • Assist in monitoring Band classes under the supervision of Band director
    • Assist in monitoring PE classes under the supervision of the PE teacher
    • Transport students to and from PE, Band and Specials classes as directed
    • Convey positive example for students.
    • Understand that work duties are a primary responsibility and distractions should be kept to a minimum. For example, cell phones should only be used for work related communication. 
    • Adhere to Academy policies and procedures.

    Qualifications

    • Must show interest in working with students
    • Must be flexible while staying on schedule
    • Must be able to maintain order and discipline of students
    Academy Teacher Aid

    Academy Teacher Aid

    Supervisor: Principal
    Schedule: 15 hours per week. ACA Supervisor will accommodate student work schedules when reasonably possible and as jobs allow. The primary shifts are:  7am – 8am daily; 1:30pm – 3pm daily. Additional 7.5 hours will be flexible as determined by Supervisor.

    Schedules may vary for different days depending on the class schedule, although we ask that they be set hours for that day each week.

    Responsibilities

    • Assist with light grading and in-classroom duties
    • May involve tutoring in various subjects
    • Convey positive example for students.
    • Understand that work duties are a primary responsibility and distractions should be kept to a minimum. For example, cell phones should only be used for work related communication.  
    • Adhere to Academy policies and procedures.

    Qualifications

    • Must show interest in working with faculty and students
    • Must be flexible while staying on schedule
    • Must be able to maintain order and discipline of students
    • Must be able to maintain open communication with faculty and report in daily for task assignment
    Dish Room Attendant

    Dish Room Attendant

    Classification: 15 hours per week
    Supervisor: Food Service Director/Assistant Food Service Director/Head Cook (The person in charge of the crew for that meal)
    Schedule: Sunday through Saturday as assigned during meal times

    Sunday: 11:45 AM-2:30 PM and 8:00-10:00 PM
    Monday-Friday: 11:45 AM – 2:30 PM and 4:30-6:30 PM
    Saturday: 10:30 AM – 1:00 PM / 4:30-6:30 PM

    Responsibilities

    • Remove food prep dishes from kitchen
    • Prepare bins for separation of eating utensils (plates, glasses, silverware, etc.)
    • Wash meal and food prep dishes, pans and utensils
    • Operate commercial dishwasher
    • Clean trays
    • Rinse items as needed prior to placing in dishwasher
    • Clean cooking pans by hand as needed
    • Keep dish room clean
    • Clean damp areas (walls, floor, machinery)
    • Put clean dishes, trays, pans, eating utensils in proper storage
    • Clean and delime dishwasher
    • Clean ice cream machine
    • Clean fryer
    • Assist with other kitchen duties as needed

    Qualifications

    • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions in English
    • Open and friendly communication skills
    • Ability to lift trays of dishes, pans and bins of water
    Housekeeping Attendant

    Housekeeping Attendant

    Classification: 15 hours per week
    Supervisor: Housekeeping Supervisor
    Schedule: Shifts vary. Housekeeping Supervisor will accommodate student work schedules when reasonably possible and as jobs allow. These are the primary shifts desired:

    • Monday-Friday 2-5 pm
    • Monday-Friday 4-7 pm
    • Monday-Friday 5-8 pm

    Schedules may vary for different days depending on the class schedule, although we ask that they be set hours for that day each week.

    Responsibilities

    • Responsible for cleaning designated work area. Each area has a checklist that is used as a guide to know what cleaning is expected.
    • Deep cleaning responsibilities once a week as well as before any Campus Events.
    • Extra work responsibilities during any Campus Events
    • Willingness to adhere to Housekeeping policies and procedures.
    • Performs any other tasks as requested.

     Qualifications

    • Basic knowledge of cleaning procedures, or a willingness to learn.
    • Willingness to be flexible in work locations, responsibilities, and work times as needed.
    • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions in English at a 12th grade level.
    • Ability to be on your feet, knees, bend, stretch etc. to reach areas that need cleaned for the entire shift.
    • Carry up to 15 lbs. of housekeeping supplies across campus from storage area to work area.
    Snack Bar Attendant

    Snack Bar Attendant

    Classification: 15 hours per week
    Supervisor: Food Service Director/Assistant Food Service Director/Head Cook (The person in charge of the crew for that meal)
    Schedule: Hours vary but mostly in the evenings about 6:30-10:30 PM

    Responsibilities

    • Arrive at least fifteen minutes before opening time to prepare
    • Keep room and serving areas clean
    • Keep food preparation areas (fryers, microwave, etc.) clean
    • Interact with all customers in a friendly and professional manner at all times
    • Return dishes, utensils, pans, etc. to dish room for cleaning
    • Collect correct payment and give correct change
    • Cook and prepare food to serve
    • Assist in any duties requested to assure a smooth and healthy food service operation

    Qualifications

    • Cooking and food preparation skills
    • Sufficient math skills to collect correct payment and give correct change
    • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions in English to clearly communicate with those using the food service
    • Open and friendly communication skills
    • An awareness of the policies, procedures, health and safety guidelines or a willingness and ability to learn
    • Ability to follow health and safety guidelines without deviation
    • Ability to respectfully and cordially enforce policy and procedures

    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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