Employment Opportunities

Jarvis Christian College

Office of Human Resources


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  • Assistant/Associate Professor – Math
    • QUALIFICATIONS   Assistant/Associate Professor  
      • An earned doctorate from a regionally Accredited Institution in Math.
      • Preferred earned doctorate with at least sixty semester hours of approved credit and at least six years of teaching experience.
      • Three years of this teaching experience may be waived based on scholarly achievement.
      PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  
      • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
      • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
      • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
      • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment.  
      • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.  
      • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.  
      • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.  
      • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
      • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content. Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
      • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.  
      • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.
      • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
      • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.  
      • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested.   
      • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.   
      • Implements departmental programs.
      • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
      • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.   
      • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of all equipment and laboratories.  
      • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.    
      • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.  
      • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.  
      • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
      • Performs other professional duties as assigned.
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Coach Openings
    • OPENINGS Head Track and Field Coach Head Softball Coach Head Men and Women Golf Coach JOB SUMMARY The head coach is responsible for planning and administering all aspects of the baseball program and reports to the Athletic Director.  The head coach is responsible for the maintaining the integrity of the program, the maintenance of an exemplary student-athlete concept, and the personal development of student-athletes who’s on and off the court/field behavior reflects favorably upon the Jarvis Christian College community in general and the athletics program in particular.  The head coach should model the NAIA Champions of Character core values and follow all rules and regulations pertaining to the NAIA.
    • Coaches Responsibilities:
      • Teaches sports techniques, playing rules, strategies and playing tactics.
      • Plans, supervises, and conducts practices and conditions athletes appropriately to prepare athletes for competition.
      • Develops strategies to motivate maximum individual and team athletic performance.
      • Ensures the highest professional standards and behavior with regard to adherence to NAIA rules and regulations.
      • Recruits quality athletes capable of pursuing and graduating with a degree.
      • Counsel  student athletes regarding rules and regulations related to financial aid  and eligibility.
      • Counsel team members in academic, disciplinary, and personal matters.
      • Monitor academic progress and eligibility status for student-athletes in class and study hall.
      • Works with Sports Information Director to communicate the accomplishments and endeavors of the team, both individuals and as a whole.
      • Assists the Athletic Director and the Athletic Trainer in administering the athletics insurance program.
      • Assists  the Athletics Director in preparing eligibility documentation.
      • Submits transportation requests and required travel documentation to the Athletic Director as required.
      • Contributes to the  maintenance of good working relationships with all athletics staff members and athletes.
      • Subscribes and adheres to the NAIA Coaches Code of Conduct.
      • Subscribes and promotes the NAIA Champions of Character student development.
      • Other duties as assigned.
       Requirements:
            • Bachelor's Degree in related field, preferably.
            • At least two to three years of coaching experience, preferably in a college or university setting, with at least one year of experience coaching the  assigned sport.
      TO APPLY
          : Send cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for three professional references to Dorothy Langley, Director of Human Resources, Jarvis Christian College, P.O. BOX 1470, Hawkins, and TX 75765.  Email: HR@jarvis.edu
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Assistant/Associate Professor – Accounting
    • QUALIFICATIONS   Assistant/Associate Professor  
      • An earned doctorate from a regionally Accredited Institution in Accounting.
      • Preferred earned doctorate with at least sixty semester hours of approved credit and at least six years of teaching experience.
      • Three years of this teaching experience may be waived based on scholarly achievement.
      PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  
      • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
      • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
      • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
      • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment.  
      • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.  
      • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.  
      • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.  
      • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
      • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content. Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
      • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.  
      • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.
      • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
      • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.  
      • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested.   
      • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.   
      • Implements departmental programs.
      • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
      • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.   
      • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of all equipment and laboratories.  
      • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.    
      • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.  
      • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.  
      • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
      • Performs other professional duties as assigned.  
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Student Activities Staff
    •   General Statement of Function
      • Under the supervision of the Director of Student Activities, assists in strategic planning and development of a comprehensive student activities program.
        Minimum Education/Experience Required
      • A minimum of 2 years of college; bachelor’s degree preferred or any combination of experience and education which provides the applicant with desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the work.
        Duties and Responsibilities
      • Assists with developing programs and services to meet the diverse needs of students at the College
      • Works toward creating and communicating a welcoming environment that accepts differences, promote tolerance and creates opportunities for students to learn from each other
      • Assists with student workers
      • Provides oversight to event and poster/flyer approval process
      • Assists students in complying with the policies and procedures of the College
      • Represents the department is official capacities
      • Provides supervision of the game room, movie room, weight room, pool area and auxiliary gymnasium
      • Perform other duties as assigned
        Knowledge/Skills/Abilities
      • Organization skills
      • Interpersonal/human relation skills
      • Verbal and written communication sills
      • Ability to facilitate leadership development/orientation programs
      • Ability to operate a personal computer, audio/visual equipment
      • Ability to prepare reports and publication materials
      • Ability to assist with planning campus-wide social events
      • Ability to maintain confidentiality
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Assistant/Associate Professor – Management
              • An earned doctorate from an accredited university or institution in Management
              • Preferred earned doctorate with at least sixty semester hours of approved credit and at least six years of teaching experience.
              • Three years of this teaching experience may be waived based on scholarly achievement.
      PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
            • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
                • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
                • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
                • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment. >
                • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.
                • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.
                • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.
                • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
                • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content.
                • Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
                • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.
                • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.   
                • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
                • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.
                • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested
                • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc.) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.
                • Implements departmental programs.
                • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
                • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.
                • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of allequipment and laboratories.
                • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.
                • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.   
                • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.
                • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
                • Performs other professional duties as assigned.
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Diversity Recruiter
    • General Statement of Function Jarvis Christian College is seeking an Admissions Recruiter who has the skills, ability, and personality needed to help increase the overall enrollment and position the College for future growth and expansion. This individual must be highly motivated, be able to communicate effectively, and market the College. The position requires an individual to assume a proactive role in increasing the visibility and effectiveness of the College to the Hispanic Community. This also includes strategically partnering with local high schools and Hispanic associations to build a prospective student pool that is reflective of the College’s goal to increase the Hispanic student body population. The position involves the process of identifying potential prospective students and then planning, creating, and implementing the strategies needed to attract and successfully enroll those students. At least 1-2 years of experience recruiting, preferably in a college setting, as the position requires the ability to research, develop, and implement recruitment strategies. Candidates must be willing to travel at least 75% of the time and available to work extended hours and some weekends during peak recruiting periods. Minimum Education/Experience Required
      • Bachelor’s Degree – 1-2 years experience; previous experience as a college recruiter highly preferable.
      • Bilingual – Spanish preferred.
        Duties and Responsibilities
      • Assists with coordinating campus-wide recruitment efforts.
      • Works with Director of Recruitment and Admissions, Registrar, and Academic Division Chairs to organize recruitment plans and strategies.
      • Assists with the development of recruitment materials.
      • Collects information regarding educational opportunities and disseminates such information to the students.
      • Assists with the coordination of events on campus such as High School Junior/Senior visit.
      • Travels to district high schools, colleges, churches and other events to recruit students.
      • Maintains prospect/applicant database.
      • Facilitate college entry by gathering admissions applications and giving small group orientations.
      • Provide assistance to prospective students concerning admissions requirements either by phone or in person.
      • Assists with orientation and registration activities.
      • Assists students in planning and scheduling for their college programs.
      • Executes all other duties as assigned by the Director of Recruitment and Admissions.
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Division Chair, Arts and Sciences
    • POSITION TITLE             Division Chair, Arts and Sciences
          Jarvis Christian College seeks a Chair for the Division of  Arts and Sciences. The successful candidate will report directly to the Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs and lead the Division in a  manner that supports the vision of the College to prepare the next generation of scholars in arts and sciences for the global market.
        QUALIFICATIONS  The candidate must possess the following:
      • An earned doctorate from an accredited institution, preferably in the field or discipline of Arts and Sciences
      • A strong record of teaching, research, scholarship, and publication
      • A minimum of three (3) years of successful academic administrative leadership experience at the departmental/division level or above
      • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with both faculty and administration;
      • Demonstrated commitment to faculty governance
      • Demonstrated experience at collaborating effectively with other internal and external constitutes
      • A record of successful grant writing experience
      • Demonstrated ability to manage internal and external resources, scheduling, and program development
      • Demonstrated personal integrity and a strong sense of ethics
      • Demonstrated ability to lead faculty and staff as a team
      • Evidence of experience in creating a learner-centered environment
      • A commitment to the values of promoting and enhancing diversity
      • Performs other professional duties as assigned.  
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Vice President Student Services and Enrollment Management
    • QUALIFICATIONS A  PhD degree or its equivalent preferably in Student Services, Educational Leadership & Administration, Business Administration, or Management. However, an earned doctorate in other disciplines could be applicable.
      • A Master’s degree with 10 years of commensurate experience in Student Affairs, Educational Leadership & Administration, Business Administration, or Management
      • Intermediate knowledge of MS Word and Excel
      • Advanced experience in budget management, multi-departmental administration, forecasting, conflict resolution
      • Jeanne Cleary Act Report Preparation and Experience
      • Ability to multi-task
      • Excellent communication skills and professionalism
       PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES Provide Administrative leadership  for the Division of Student Services, consisting of the departments of Admissions and Enrollment Services, Student Activities, Residence Life, Health Services, Counseling Services, Athletics, Student Development, Religious Life and Enrichment, Office of the Dean of Students and Judicial Affairs
      • Serve on the Executive Cabinet of the College
      • Develop plans and goals that will assist in the achievement of the President's Priorities
      • Implement new policies and procedure to ensure the most effective and efficient operation of the division
      • Represent the Division of Student Services and the College at various functions, both internal and external
      • Supervise the operations of each department and its director to ensure proper operation procedures are being followed
      • Develop and manage the budget for the Division of Student Services Serve on various  Committees
      • Counsel with students on various matters
      • Administrate Jeanne Cleary Act Compliance and Collaboration
      • Direct Campus Safety and Security
      • Coordinate Jarvis Emergency Safety Manual and Disaster Preparedness Plan
      • Serve as the Chief Student Disciplinary Officer for the College
      • Work with other personnel and departments to enhance the overall effectiveness of the College
      • Maintain proper records and files associated with the Division of Student Services
      • Provide reports, policies, and publications as required by the College
      • Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the President of the College
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Assistant/Associate Professor – Marketing
    • An earned doctorate from a regionally Accredited Institution in Marketing.
      • Preferred earned doctorate with at least sixty semester hours of approved credit and at least six years of teaching experience.
      • Three years of this teaching experience may be waived based on scholarly achievement.
      PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
      • Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences.
      • Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
      • Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures.
      • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment. >
      • Meets professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, holding classes the full period, calculating grades correctly prior to turning them in to the Registrar’s Office, attending occasional on-campus functions after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends as requested.
      • Maintains strict confidentiality of records and information.
      • Develops departmental programs for majors, minors, professional areas and teaching certificates.
      • Prepares program brochures and related exhibits for departmental public relations.
      • Writes course outlines, submit course outlines to the Division Chair and teach course content.
      • Meets scheduled classes promptly and engender appropriate classroom decorum and positive classroom discipline.
      • Provides coverage of classes during absence of colleagues.
      • Exhibits subject matter competence and pedagogical skill; prepare for classroom experiences that build upon the backgrounds of the students.   
      • Maintains records and prepare and transmit regularly scheduled reports and non-recurring reports promptly to the appropriate recipient.
      • Keeps required office hours and be available on campus to confer with and advise students.
      • Duties include ordering books, advising students with major or minor areas in the department and updating degree plans as requested
      • Maintains personal development through writing (proposals, etc.) experiences, further studies, research, professional meetings and conferences of learned societies.
      • Implements departmental programs.
      • Belongs to professional organizations and actively participate in the work and meeting of these organizations.
      • Shares research and professional accomplishments with the total College and the larger academic and professional community.
      • Facilitates security, repair, maintenance and appropriate use of allequipment and laboratories.
      • Participates in area, departmental, divisional and all College faculty meetings.
      • Assists the College in its recruitment and retention efforts.   
      • Becomes acquainted with the history of the College, its goals and objectives.
      • Serves as a role model both in and out of the classroom.
      • Performs other professional duties as assigned.
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Executive Director of Development
    • Reporting to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Development, the Executive Director of Development is responsible for annual giving and solicitation of private gifts.
              QUALIFICATIONS
            • Bachelor’s degree, experience in fundraising as a professional or volunteer.
            • Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.
            • Experience in writing successful proposals for funding.
      PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
            • Grow individual donor base; manage a portfolio of  individual alumni and friends of the College who contribute $ 1,000 to $10,000 annually.
            • Work with the Director of Alumni Affairs to increase class reunion giving.
            • Join with other development staff to plan and host the College’s special events.
            • Plan, implement, and manage the annual unrestricted giving campaign, the Fund for the Future of Jarvis.
            • Promote giving to the annual UNCF Campaign.
            • Represent the institution  to internal and external stakeholders.
            • Maintain fundraising data  and donor contacts through Jenzabar EX.
            • Contribute to strategic  planning for IAD.
            • Actively seek professional development opportunities.
            • Perform related duties as assigned.
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience
  • Residence Hall Coordinator
    • QUALIFICATIONS  
      • A  bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university
      • Efficient and accurate data entry skills
      • Intermediate knowledge of MS Word and Excel
      • 3-5 years experience with residence life
      • Ability to multi-task
      • Excellent communication skills and professionalism
        PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES  
      • Co-plan and implement the Resident Assistant selection process
      • Assist in the planning of the Residence Assistant staff orientation
      •  Responsible for enforcing the rules and regulations of the College
      • Supervises other residence halls as needed
      • Provides programming for residents, including Living and Learning programs
      • Supervises College work-study students
      • Prepares time sheets for work-study students
      • All and any other assigned duties as deemed necessary for the care and safety of residents
      • Attend staff meeting and other mandatory or required in-service
      • Attend assemblies/convocations
      • Responsible for knowing the policies of the housing program in regards to:
        • visitation
        • fire evacuation
        • tornado and severe weather
        • disciplinary actions
        • termination
        • first aid and medical emergency
      • Oversees the daily operations of his/her residence hall
    • salary

      • Commensurate with Credentials and Experience

Application Process

Application materials must include a letter of interest, resume, academic unofficial transcript(s), and names, titles, addresses and telephone numbers of three (3) professional references. These materials should be emailed to dlangley@jarvis.edu .

Dorothy Langley, Director

Office of Human Resources

Jarvis Christian College

Hwy. 80 E, PR 7631

P.O. Box 1470 Hawkins, Texas 75765 Phone: (903) 730-4890 x2901 HR Facsimile: (903) 769-2011

Electronic submissions are encouraged and should be sent to dlangley@jarvis.edu

Applications are accepted on a revolving basis and kept on-file for a period of one year.

In accordance with College regulations, finalists for any position will be subject to criminal background investigation.

Jarvis Christian College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.


Contributions can be sent to:
Office of Institutional Advancement
Jarvis Christian College
P.O. Box 1470
Hawkins, TX 75765