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.

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.

Engineering Technician

Key responsibilities include conducting preventative maintenance, repairs, installation, calibration, commissioning, and general servicing of facility HVAC control systems.

The ideal candidate has both technical and practical skills, is proficient at solving problems, and must be capable of operating electronic test equipment. Candidates should have the physical stamina to carry tools, climb ladders and stairways, and perform routine maintenance tasks.

This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent. Candidate must have basic computer skills and an aptitude for learning software applications specific to HVAC control systems. Work experience in the HVAC industry is preferred.

Orchestrator and Arranger

The ideal candidate must have the ability to create orchestrations and arrangements that maintain an overall industry standard. Other responsibilities also include maintaining music storage and distribution, adjusting and editing print music, and keeping abreast of current advances in the music industry, music styles, and distribution laws.

A bachelor’s degree in music and training in music production software is required.

Blue Crew Head Coach

The Blue Crew is a co-ed team of students that lead crowd engagement at Eagles games and events. The head coach position is part time and could possibly be combined with another part-time job to become full time.

Key responsibilities include recruiting and selecting a co-ed team of students through team tryouts each fall and spring semester, coordinating all aspects of team functions by holding weekly practices, and providing professional instruction and athletic coaching by teaching effective chants and crowd engagement techniques, stunting, and tumbling skills ensuring that required safety measures are met for each practice and event.

The ideal candidate should have AACCA Safety Certification in stunt and tumbling and experience in crowd motivation, team building, and physical fitness instruction. Experience in coaching at the college level is preferred. Potential candidates should also be capable of performing stunting skills and techniques for the purpose of training.

Advertising Photographer

Key responsibilities include researching photo needs and meeting those needs with creative executions. The ideal candidate should be able to move easily from one task to another and possess the ability to produce high-quality, professional-looking photography for a variety of publication uses.

A college degree in a photography or related field is required; candidates with a photography minor will be considered. Candidate must be proficient in the current use of photography equipment and software—specifically Adobe Photoshop.

Advertising Writer

Key responsibilities include researching and writing assignments for particular audiences and purposes. Responsibilities also include submitting drafts and refining pieces with the guidance and feedback of department and clients.

The ideal candidate should have creativity, attention to detail, and ability to be flexible and pursue continual improvement.

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 multitask.

A college degree in a design-related field is required; candidates with a design minor will be considered. Candidate must be proficient in current design/production software—specifically InDesign and Photoshop.

Electronics Technician

Key responsibilities include performing regular maintenance on electronic equipment and diagnosing and repairing equipment failures. This position requires the ability to climb stairs and ladders, work on sky-lifts and scaffoldings, and lift up to 30 pounds.

The ideal candidate is familiar with electronics and how they work.

Information Technology Programmer

Key responsibilities include determine all existing programs affected by a programming request and write and test all necessary codes. The ideal candidate has a computer science degree or equivilant experience and basic knowledge of programming. Working knowledge of C#, HTML, Java Script, Oracle, and SQL Server is a plus.

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