Staff Positions Available

Admissions Counselor

Dordt College has an opening for an Admissions Counselor. This person will be responsible for working with prospective students and families to communicate the opportunities available to them at Dordt College.  This person will effectively communicate the programs offered, extra-curricular activities available, and engage and enhance their interest and participation in Christian Higher Education as a whole. 

Duties include contacting students by phone as well as at schools, churches, homes and at college fairs across the country.  This work involves planning trips, preparing itineraries, and traveling to various destinations to meet with prospective students and parents.

Desired qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts degree, strong computer skills, and effective and efficient organizational and coordination skills.  Excellent public relations and written and oral communication skills, as well as a desire to work with prospective students, is desired. Candidates must have or be able to obtain a valid driver’s license and be willing to do extensive traveling, which would include evenings and weekends.

Qualified candidates with a personal commitment to a Reformed, biblical faith and a desire to work with faculty, staff and students at a Christian college should forward a letter of application and resume to Sue Droog, Executive Director of Human Resources.  A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Please follow the application procedure for administrative positions.

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Dordt College is searching for an energetic individual, passionate about Christ-centered education and the game of basketball, to assist the Women’s Varsity Basketball Coach.  This individual would assist the head coach in providing leadership in the planning, organizing and coaching of the varsity basketball team.

Duties include assisting in the recruitment of student-athletes, overseeing a conditioning program, planning, and leading summer camps, and organizing the annual program fundraiser. In addition, this person may teach up to three courses per year.

Desired qualifications for this full-time position include a master’s degree and two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education, experience, and training.  Visionary leadership skills and a servant heart are desired to help strengthen the basketball program athletically, academically, and spiritually.  Strong verbal and written communication skills are desired as well as a working knowledge of coaching techniques and willingness to grow and develop new techniques.

Qualified candidates with a personal commitment to a Reformed, biblical faith and a desire to work with faculty, staff and students at a Christian college should forward a letter of application and resume to Sue Droog, Executive Director of Human Resources.  A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Please follow the application procedure for coaching positions.

Custodian (Part-time)

Dordt College is searching for an individual who would enjoy working on an exciting college campus serving part-time in the Facilities and Services Department.  Responsibilities of this position would include maintaining and cleaning campus facilities, which involves light maintenance and custodial work, and managing student workers to assist with daily tasks and set up needs. 

This position is set for 50% FTE (20 hours per week) or  4-5 hours/day on Tuesday-Saturday mornings with flexible morning hours available.

Qualifications include a basic knowledge of housekeeping and maintenance equipment, physical skills necessary for carrying supplies and moving equipment (up to 50 pounds), planning and scheduling skills, and verbal communication and leadership skills needed for overseeing student workers. The individual in this position must be self-motivated and have the ability to work without direct supervision.  Attention to detail and excellent organizational skills are required.

A great working environment and some pro-rated retirement, vacation and sick time is available.  Qualified candidates committed to the mission of Dordt College should send a letter/email of interest and completed application form (and resume if available) to the Executive Director of HR.  A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Please follow the application procedure for support staff positions.

Director of Online Education

Dordt College is seeking a Director of Online Education. The director will lead project start-up, growth, and ongoing quality assurance for new and existing online initiatives. This individual will be responsible for developing consortial relationships and concurrent credit partnerships, as well as ensuring online program delivery, mission fit, and quality.

Duties include enhancing online curricular options, expanding online teaching impact and enrollment, developing concurrent credit initiatives and qualified instructor pool, helping identify and develop new online courses and programs at all levels, completing accreditation assurances, providing leadership to staff for admissions and marketing efforts for online initiatives, and collaborating to provide faculty professional development in online teaching and learning.

Desired qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts degree, relevant master’s preferred (e.g., educational leadership, organizational leadership, educational/instructional technology, curriculum development); ability to articulate and promote a Biblical, reformational perspective; experience in online education; and strong familiarity with accreditation processes. Mature interpersonal, collaborative, communication, and leadership skills are also required.

Qualified candidates with a personal commitment to a Reformed, biblical faith and a desire to work with faculty, staff and students at a Christian college should forward a letter of application and resume to Sue Droog, Executive Director of Human Resources.  A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Please contact Human Resources for the full application procedure.

Discipleship Coordinator

Dordt College is seeking a full-time Discipleship Coordinator to work with the Dean of Chapel in developing a Christian residential academic community.   This individual will help guide the spiritual activities and exploration of faith within the campus community and in the residence halls through group ministries, prayer, discipleship, and missions.

A bachelor’s degree is required. A master’s degree and experience in student personnel or vocational ministry would be beneficial. This is a full-time position with competitive salary and benefits. A meal plan is included as well as an extended-campus furnished apartment.

Candidates with a commitment to the Reformed faith and the mission of Dordt College should send a cover letter and resume to the Executive Director of Human Resources.  A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Please follow the application procedure for administrative positions.

Graduate Assistant for Sports Information

While earning a master of education degree with an emphasis in sport leadership, the graduate assistant will assist the Sports Information Director with disseminating information to the media, providing sports coverage, compiling team statistics and maintaining historical records, and managing/updating athletic website information and athletic social media accounts.

The position is a 2-year commitment with annual review. Benefits include tuition discounts for the MA program, campus housing, and an annual stipend for hours worked, and a meal card.

Please follow the application procedure for coaching positions.

Learning Community Area Coordinator

The office of Student Services is searching for a candidate to fill a full-time opening for a Learning Community Area Coordinator. As an Area Coordinator, this individual will both serve as an educator, role model, facilitator, mentor, leader, administrator, and an essential person in the effective operation of the residence life learning community program. Primary responsibilities will include supervising, training, and evaluating student staff, advising the hall programming council, and maintaining the general operation of two residence halls including attention to significant administrative details and budget management. Other duties include monitoring academic success, working with at-risk students, and encouraging the development of student leaders.

A Bachelor of Arts degree is required. A Master’s of Arts degree and two years of residence hall experience is desired or an equivalent combination of education and experience in student personnel or closely related field. Other requirements include excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Extended -campus furnished apartment and meal plan are included.

Candidates with a commitment to the Reformed faith and the mission of Dordt College should send a cover letter and resume to the Director of Human Resources. A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Please follow the application procedure for administrative positions.