Staff Opportunities · Pensacola Christian College

Staff Opportunities

Pensacola Christian College is seeking qualified individuals willing to use their skills to serve the Lord in a vibrant, exciting ministry.

Pensacola Christian College was established in 1974, primarily as a Christian liberal arts college, and it is dedicated to maintaining the highest academic standards and presenting the vital issues of the day in light of Scripture.

Auto Mechanic

Key responsibilities include routine scheduled services, such as oil and filter changes, and complete fuel and transmission service work. Other responsibilities include brake jobs; tire rotations; replacing water pumps, heater cores, and coolant hoses; and cooling system flushes.

The ideal candidate should have a good working knowledge of automotive systems and principals and be familiar with lifting equipment, safety practices, and computer diagnostic equipment.

This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and two or more years of auto mechanic experience.

Chief Financial Officer

The Chief Financial Officer is primarily responsible for planning, implementing, managing, and controlling all financial related activities for the College and its affiliates. Key responsibilities include managing Pensacola Christian College’s future financial direction and goals, reviewing all financial reports and statements for external and internal purposes, monitoring open legal issues, and working with external auditors and attorneys. Responsibilities include managing the Accounting, Tax, Accounts Receivable, and Treasury departments.

The ideal candidate must have the following:

  • a Master of Business Administration or Master of Accountancy degree,
  • 12–15 years of experience in finance and accounting, and
  • experience in a multi-divisional non-profit corporation.

Dining Supervisor

Key responsibilities include supervising the preparation and serving of large quantities of food and providing excellent customer service.

Candidates must be able to stand for 8-9 hours a day and must be available to work evening and weekend hours. A candidate with prior management or food service experience is preferred.

HVAC Technician

Key responsibilities of the position include installing, maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing commercial food service equipment.

This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and two or more years of experience maintaining commercial kitchen equipment. Candidate must have and maintain a current driver’s license.

Illustrator

Key responsibilities include digitally creating new or revised illustrations for Textbooks and other production items. Illustrator will work with Designers, Writers, and Editors to create age-appropriate and appealing illustrations.

A college degree in studio art is required. Previous experience in Adobe InDesgin, Illustrator, and Photoshop is essential for the candidate applying for this position.

Production Artist

Key responsibilities include working with designers to complete layout of textbooks and other educational materials. The ideal candidate should have developed communication skills and the ability to multi-task. Candidate must be proficient in current design/production software—specifically InDesign and Photoshop.

This position requires a college degree in a design-related field (example: Graphic Design, Marketing, Advertising) or 2 years of experience in a design-related field.

Proofer

Key responsibilities include proofing a variety of correspondence for Pensacola Christian College and its affiliates for accuracy and clarity and filling in for receptionists in other offices as needed.

The ideal candidate has an undergraduate degree in English or Office. Previous experience working in an office environment is preferred.

Office Assistant

Key responsibilities include assisting with reports, memos, proposals and other various office-related tasks. Responsibilities also include making and maintaining weekly appointments and calendars, answering calls and questions, and maintaining files.

The ideal candidate has an undergraduate degree in Office Administration. Previous experience working in an office enviroment is preferred.

Scene Shop Construction

Key responsibilities include constructing, inspecting, repairing, and maintaining sets and props. This position requires that the candidate be able to understand basic construction plans and drawings. The Scene Shop Carpenter must be able to supervise student workers and enforce safety procedures in the Scene Shop.

Candidates must have the physical stamina to climb ladders and scaffolding, reach and bend as necessary, lift 50 plus pounds of material regularly, and be capable of operating specialty powered and non-powered tools. Candidates should also have a current state driver’s license and at least 2 years of experience in construction.

Scenic Artist

The Scenic Artist is responsible to assist in preparing all visual elements of a Pensacola Christian College stage event, including set design and the research of designs. Additional responsibilities include assisting with set construction, event setup and teardown, and the management of certain programs.

This position requires artistic skills, creativity, attention to detail, and the ability to use Adobe Suite programs.

Textbook Curriculum Writer

The ideal candidate must have the ability to plan the writing of textbook curriculum, coordinate support material, edit the product, and maintain a writing style and philosophy consistent with the ministry’s direction.

A bachelor’s degree in education is required. A candidate with classroom experience and experience using Abeka materials is preferred.

Information Technology

Network Administrator

Key responsibilities include serving as a system administrator, as well as installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting various network, wireless, server, software, and hardware installations in the ministry.

Senior Programmer

Key responsibilities include maintaining and changing complex computer processes and systems with many moving parts and interrelationships to support custom programming needs. The Senior Programmer will also serve as a mentor for less-experienced programmers. The ideal candidate has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Software Engineering and at least 5 years experience in programming support of large systems.

SQL Server Administrator

Key responsibilities include backup/recovery, patching, upgrading, and ensuring adequate performance/scalability of SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, and 2012 databases in a VMWare environment. Previous experience is preferred.

Web Programmer

Key responsibilities include writing, testing, and maintaining dynamic web pages. The ideal candidate has a Computer Science degree or equivalent experience and a basic knowledge of web programming. Working knowledge of ASP.NET (C#), PHP, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, SQL, and Oracle/SQL Server is preferred.

Maintenance

Construction

Key responsibilities include inspecting, repairing and maintaining building and facilities. Should have advanced skills in wood and metal construction, framing, roofing, drywall, and cabinet making. Other responsibilities include working with student workers, enforcing safety awareness, and following established policies.

The ideal candidate should have developed communication and supervisory skills and be able to set a good example for student workers in work and appearance. Candidate must be have the physical stamina to climb ladders and scaffolding, reach and bend as necessary, lift 50 plus pounds of material regularly, and capable of operating specialty powered and non-powered tools. Candidate should also have a current state driver’s license and 3–5 years of experience in the field.

Electrician

Key responsibilities include inspecting, repairing, and maintaining electrical circuits and systems along with the associated equipment, fixtures, and components. Other responsibilities are using knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within the trade, enforcing safety awareness, and following established policies.

The ideal candidate should have developed communication skills and be able to set a good example for student workers in work and appearance. Candidate must have the physical stamina to climb ladders and scaffolding, reach and bend as necessary, lift 50-plus pounds of material regularly, and be able to tolerate heights. Must be capable of operating specialty powered and non-powered tools and equipment typical to the trade and have experience in the field.

Locksmith

Key responsibilities of the position include inspecting, maintaining, repairing, and ordering all padlocks, door locks, closers, stops, hinges, and all other associated hardware on all on-campus commercial and residential doors.

This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and two or more years of locksmith experience. Candidate must have and maintain a current driver’s license.

Painter

Key responsibilities include logo painting on the sports playing fields, receiving daily assignments, and performing a variety of painting tasks—one-of-a-kind creation is common. Other responsibilities include supervising student workers, enforcing safety awareness, and following established policies.

The ideal candidate should have developed communication and supervisory skills and be able to set a good example for student workers in work and appearance. Candidate must have the physical stamina to climb ladders and scaffolding, reach and bend as necessary, lift 50 plus pounds of material regularly, and be able to tolerate heights. Candidate should also have a current state driver’s license and have experience in the field.

Employees must be born-again Christians and must agree with the ministry’s Doctrinal Position, Philosophy of Education, and Employee Commitments and with the mission, purpose, and objectives of Pensacola Christian College, Inc. Additionally, employees are hired based on professional credentials, education, training, experience, Christian testimony, and perceived ability to succeed.

Prospective employees should submit a résumé, a brief Christian testimony, and a cover letter stating their career objective, to:

Employee Services
P.O. Box 17023
Pensacola, FL 32522
(850) 494-6793 (fax)
EmployeeServices@pcci.edu