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.

Vice President for Operations

Pensacola Christian College is seeking qualified individuals willing to use their skills to serve the Lord in a vibrant, exciting ministry as Vice President for Operations (VPO). The VPO provides day-to-day leadership and management to the organization that mirrors the mission, strategic goals, and spiritual values of the ministry.

The ideal candidate must have proven leadership and communication skills and must have demonstrated a successful ability to motivate, lead, and build a service-minded management team. An ability to foster a results-oriented, accountable work environment is important.

The VPO collaborates with upper-level management to develop and implement plans for the smooth operation and improvement of systems, processes, and policies designed to accommodate the ministry objectives. This includes the operational effectiveness and efficiency of all area processes and communications with focus on coordinating the communication and workflow between departments and managers. Must have excellent interpersonal skills, a collaborative management style, and the ability to recognize and develop team members’ potential and abilities. Skills in budget management, reporting, cost forecasting, and longer-term financial planning are also essential.

A bachelor’s degree in business management or a related area is required, and a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in systems or project management is preferred. A candidate with 8–10 years prior experience in multidepartment upper management is desired.

Director of Budgeting and Financial Forecasting

Pensacola Christian College is seeking qualified individuals willing to use their skills to serve the Lord in a vibrant, exciting ministry as Director of Budgeting and Financial Forecasting. The position provides day-to-day leadership and management to the organization that mirrors the mission, strategic goals, and spiritual values of the ministry.

The ideal candidate will plan, design, implement, and evaluate the ministry’s budget, ensuring conformity to the ministry’s financial goals and objectives. Budget management skills, reporting, cost forecasting, and longer-term financial planning abilities are essential.

The Director of Budgeting and Financial Forecasting will plan and forecast the ministry and department expenditures for the coming years while working with department heads to design effective budget models that can be used to control expenditures. Analyzing financial information to ensure all operations are within budget and identifying variances between the actual and budgeted financial result are imperative skills. Suggested spending improvements that increase the ministry cash flow and working with department heads to meet budget submission deadlines are critical functions of the position.

A bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related area is required, and a master’s degree in accounting or finance is preferred. A candidate with 10–15 years prior experience in accounting with 5+ years in budgeting is desired.

IT Systems Administrator

Key responsibilities include supporting the physical and/or software infrastructure that comprises the ministry's core computer systems, such as the wired network and data center. The ideal candidate has a bachelor's in computer science and Network+ or similar certifications.

Ideal candidates must be born-again Christians and must agree with the ministry's Doctrinal Position, Philosophy of Education, Employee Commitments, and with the Mission, Purpose & Objectives of Pensacola Christian College. Additionally, employees are hired based on professional credentials, education, training, experience, Christian testimony, and perceived ability to succeed.

Interested individuals should submit their résumé, along with 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