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.

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 environment is preferred.

Advertising Writer

Key responsibilities include interpreting marketing briefs to understand project requirements, conducting high-quality research and interviews and writing clear and compelling copy, which seamlessly incorporate feedback to create stronger pieces that are delivered on time.

The ideal candidate is a team-spirit, skilled and flexible writer with an eye for detail and a passion for copywriting.

Director of Operations

Pensacola Christian College is seeking qualified individuals willing to use their skills to serve the Lord in a vibrant, exciting ministry as Director of Operations. The Director of Operations 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 Director of Operations 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 be skilled in recognizing the potential and abilities of team members and developing them and possess excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrate the ability to function using a collaborative management style. Budget management skills, reporting, cost forecasting, and longer term financial planning abilities are essential.

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

Advertising Production Artist

Pensacola Christian College's Advertising department is seeking candidates for a Production Artist position.

Key responsibilities include working with designers and clients to complete projects for a wide variety of media needs. The ideal candidate should have developed communication skills, ability to maintain a constant workflow of projects and the ability to multi-task.

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.

Advertising Designer

Pensacola Christian College's Advertising Services Department is seeking candidates for the position of Designer.

The ideal candidate must have the ability to use creative skills and commercial awareness to produce visual solutions that meet the communication needs of the ministry.

A bachelor's degree in graphic design or a related area is required. A master's degree in graphic design and previous graphic design experience is preferred. To be considered, a candidate must have a working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite products.

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.

Chief Information Officer

The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is responsible for the establishment and maintenance of the ministry's Information Technology strategies and will develop the IT vision, lead in its effective execution, and will foster a team culture of innovation and accountability. The CIO will guide the IT operations in all facets and phases of the computing structure and is responsible to put forward initiatives that will maximize investments.

The ideal candidate must have an expansive understanding of information technology with excellent communication, conflict resolution, and team building skills. Candidate should be able to think and act strategically and proactively.

Maintenance Director

The Maintenance Director is responsible to oversee the Maintenance Department including, but not limited to, its processes, procedures, productivity, and people. The Maintenance Director must maintain an awareness of all campus facilities, uphold an excellent standard, and effectively coordinate and communicate general servicing and projects with facility users in mind. Oversight and enforcement of safety standard compliance, inspections, and evaluations must be achieved with consideration of the health and welfare of facility users and Maintenance personnel.

This position requires basic computer skills and a general understanding of mechanics and repairs.

The ideal candidate should also have developed communication and supervisory skills, with a requirement of a bachelor's degree in facilities management and/or a minimum 5-years' experience in facilities or industrial management or related field.

Maintenance Carpenter

Key responsibilities include inspecting, repairing, and maintaining buildings 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 is 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.

Female Residence Hall Maintenance Technician

Key responsibilities include inspecting and maintaining assigned buildings by performing general maintenance, minor cleanups, and removing various safety hazards. This position also is responsible for training and supervising student employees on minor repairs and safety procedures and will respond to emergency needs.

The ideal female candidate has a wide variety of skills in maintenance concepts, practices, and procedures. Must be capable of operating specialty powered and non-powered tools and equipment. Candidates should be able to read and understand construction plans and drawings. Must be able to climb ladders and scaffolding, as well as operate man lifts and lift 40–50 pounds.

This position requires high school diploma or equivalent but preferred apprenticeship in a construction or maintenance trade. Also, requires 2 years of experience in building or facility maintenance with preference given to trade-related certification.

Library Director, (MLS)

The Library Director is responsible to oversee the day-to-day operation of the Rebekah Horton Library and the PCA Libraries including but not limited to its facilities, collections, resources, and services. The Library Director will ensure that the libraries meet the information needs of PCC/PCA faculty, staff, and students and will thoroughly understand and communicate library policies and procedures to library staff and patrons.

Besides having knowledge of computers, the Internet, and library software, the Library Director will need to make administrative decisions, enforce policies, and use effective management skills in all aspects of the library's operation, under the direction of the Chief Librarian. The ideal candidate should also have developed communication and supervisory skills in order to coach and build a strong team of library staff.

A master's degree (MLS) in library/information science from an accredited institution is required, preferably from an ALA accredited institution. A minimum 5-years' experience in a library-related field with managerial or administrative experience is preferred.

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)
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