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Employment Opportunities


Internal Candidates

As a current PCC and affiliates Faculty or Staff employee, Graduate Assistant, or student worker, you can now access the job portal through Workday. To view and apply for an open position, log in to Workday by selecting the link below.

As a current employee you may update your professional profile through the Career icon to include Education, Job History, and other professional information.

External Candidates

Explore ministry opportunities with Pensacola Christian College and affiliates! Submit your application by selecting the “External Applicants” link provided below. As an external applicant you can upload your résumé, browse open positions, apply for a job, check your applicant status, and manage your profile as a returning user after creating your account.

*If you are currently a PCC or affiliates Faculty, Staff, or Student employee, please apply using the Workday link under “Internal Candidates.”

Employee Services hires for Pensacola Christian College, Abeka Services, Abeka Academy, Campus Church, and Youth Outreach Ministries.

About Us

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.

From its inception, Pensacola Christian College has been committed to excellence as a Christian educational institution which glorifies Christ as the source of all wisdom and knowledge and educates students based on biblical values.

Faculty and staff hired by Pensacola Christian College must be dedicated to training young people for serving God. All Pensacola Christian College employees must be born-again Christians and agree with our Mission Statement, Doctrinal Position, Philosophy of Education, and Faculty & Staff Commitments. Additionally, faculty members are hired based on professional credentials, education experience, and Christian testimony, as well as perceived ability to succeed performing the General Faculty Duties.

Pensacola Christian College is committed to excellence as a Christian educational institution which glorify Christ as the source of all wisdom and knowledge, and educates students based on biblical values. The administration, faculty, and staff are dedicated to training young people for serving God.

Because our education is Christ-centered, our employees recognize their responsibility to be role models both on and off campus. Having a sense of the need for an environment conducive to spiritual growth has led Pensacola Christian College to adopt standards consistent with values that promote the spiritual welfare of its students. Each member of the College community must conduct himself according to moral and ethical principles found in Scripture.

Pensacola Christian College exists to provide an education in an atmosphere consistent with the ideals and principles of godly living. The administration, faculty, staff, and students at Pensacola Christian College voluntarily agree to live the principles as taught in the Bible.

We desire to honor God and strive to be characterized as true, honest, just, pure, lovely, of good report, virtuous, and worthy of praise and to think on those things (Phil. 4:8). With individual commitment, Pensacola Christian College seeks to demonstrate in daily living the virtues of God’s Word, which include being honest, living a life that is chaste and dedicated to God, and giving respect to others.

The Bible places a great emphasis on the importance of moral purity (I Cor. 6:18–20, I Thess. 4:3–7). Employees of Pensacola Christian College strive to maintain purity in action, appearance, and mind (I John 3:3). The Lord has provided the blessing of sexuality to married couples (Heb. 13:4), one man and one woman united for life (Gen. 2:24–25, Rom. 7:2, 1 Cor. 7:10, Eph. 5:22–23). Any lifestyle that participates in or promotes sexual activity outside the marriage union, including immorality in the heart (such as viewing or possessing pornography: Psalm 101:3, Job 31:1, Matt. 5:28, Eph. 5:12) and sexual perversion (such as adultery, fornication, incest, homosexuality, and lesbianism: Lev. 18:22, Rom. 1:26–27, I Cor. 6:9–10, Eph. 5:31, Jude 7), is unacceptable in God’s eyes and is not permitted for an employee of this ministry.

For their spiritual well-being as well as for the corporate testimony of this ministry, employees of Pensacola Christian College regularly attend Campus Church services.

We believe the following practices do not contribute to spiritual growth and development and would destroy a Christian’s personal testimony and damage the testimony of the ministry with students, for whom the employees are role models, and with the surrounding community: smoking, dancing, card playing, gambling, using liquor in any form, attending movie theaters or watching violent, “PG,” “R,” or “X” rated movies, attending meetings of secret societies, and listening to rock music, etc.

Faculty are hired as academic year (10 month) contract employees following the same procedures as any other employee in the ministry. In addition, professional credentials, education, and experience are considered when hiring and placing faculty members.

In general, college faculty are expected to

  • Provide classroom, laboratory, or private-lesson instruction from a Christian perspective;
  • Keep abreast of current trends and advances in their teaching field;
  • Prepare lessons that are practical in application and experiential in nature and that prepare students for competently serving the Lord in their fields of study;
  • Evaluate student achievement impartially and in accordance with college guidelines;
  • Be available through assigned office hours and additional times as needed to assist students in successfully fulfilling course requirements and achieving course learning outcomes;
  • Advise students in academic pursuits, career preparation, and degree completion;
  • Participate in curriculum development, assessment, review, and modification;
  • Serve as a Christian role model for students by regularly attending Campus Church, chapel, Bible Conference, and other official services as required;
  • Comply with PCC guidelines provided in the Faculty Manual regarding faculty duties and requirements;
  • Fulfill committee assignments, chaperone student events, and complete other college-related tasks as assigned.

Pensacola Christian College and affiliates prohibit discrimination in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and are generally exempt from provisions which make discrimination in employment based on religion illegal. Therefore, we retain the right to give preference in hiring to persons who are Christian and adhere to our Articles of Faith, and are in good standing with this organization.
Beyond this religious exception, however, it is our employment practice to tolerate no discrimination in hiring, compensating, promoting, or terminating employees on the basis of an individual’s race, color, sex (except as pastoral staff and seminary faculty needs may require), national origin, marital status, age, disability, past or present membership in the Uniformed Services or Florida National Guard, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal laws.

Faculty Spotlight

Wesley Robbins faculty feature

Dr. Wesley Robbins

Natural Sciences Faculty

Dr. Wesley Robbins has a wide-ranging career in pharmacy and management that spans more than thirty years. Since retiring from the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), he has been putting his expertise to use differently, teaching natural science courses at PCC.

Taking time after high school to work in carpentry and the United States Coast Guard, Robbins went through college as an older student, aiding his focus on his studies. After completing his internships and earning a doctorate in pharmacy, he began working full-time in the Department of Veteran Affairs, starting as a clinical pharmacist before transitioning into management positions that stretched to the Central Office in Washington, D.C. “I was national director for emergency pharmacy service for VA right after 9/11,” Robbins said. “I built stockpiles and set all that up and did a lot of meetings in D.C. as they were setting up Homeland Security.”

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