Staff Positions Available

 

Academic Enrichment Center Coordinator

Dordt College is seeking a welcoming presence in the Academic Enrichment Center to connect students, faculty, and staff to academic support services. This individual will schedule and manage test proctoring, manage tutor appointment schedules, supervise student desk staff, and maintain essential records for student success. This is a part-time position with approximately 25-30 hours per week during the school year and minimal hours during semester and summer breaks.

Course work in general clerical duties and computer applications with a minimum of 3 years of related experience is required. Strong organizational skills with the capacity to multi-task are required. Well-developed interpersonal/customer relations skills and the ability to supervise student workers is also required. The ability to learn new software, effectively train and manage other users, and openness to new ideas is desired.

Candidates committed to a Reformed faith which is compatible with the mission of the college are encouraged to apply. A review of materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.   For the complete application process please refer to the website listed below.

Please follow the application procedure for support staff positions. 

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 applications procedure for administrative positions.

Coordinator of Off-Campus & Multicultural Student Programs

Dordt College is searching for an individual to serve as Coordinator of Off-Campus and Multicultural Student Programs. The individual in this position will assist the Director for Global Education in planning and implementing activities and services related to the needs of international and multicultural students as well as manage off-campus study programs.

Duties include marketing, recruiting, preparing, and managing the needs of students for participation in off-campus study programs, coordinating summer cross-cultural programs, planning and implementing international student orientation process, assisting international and multicultural students with acclimation and cross-cultural adjustment, and working to ensure student success. 

A bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and international travel and/or living experience is desired and a master’s degree is preferred. Strong administrative, relational, communication and organizational skills are required. In addition, sensitivity to cultural differences and the ability to communicate effectively across cultures is needed. Enthusiasm, creativity, and motivation to market off-campus study programs are also desired. The position does require some domestic and international travel as well as evening meetings and activities.

Candidates should send a letter of application 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 applications procedure for administrative positions.

Executive Assistant to the Chief Administrative Officer

Dordt College is seeking an energetic, professional, self-starter who will serve as the Executive Assistant to the Chief Administrative Officer. This individual will be responsible for managing and providing diversified administrative and executive secretarial duties for the CAO.  Responsibilities will include managing schedules and travel arrangements, analyzing and monitoring internal processes, preparing operational reports, monitoring department budgets, and expenditures, and representing the CAO in communications with a variety of individuals on and off-campus in both written and verbal communications.

An AA or BA degree with a minimum of 5 years of experience in a comparable position, or an equivalent combination of education, experience, and training is required. A Bachelor’s Degree is preferred.  Candidates should have strong computer skills including word processing, the ability to use spreadsheets, and familiarity with e-mail and database records. Effective oral and written communication skills are essential, as well as the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and represent Dordt College in a pleasant and professional manner. A review of materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Please follow the application procedure for support staff positions.

Executive Director of Finance & Risk Management

Dordt College is seeking a dynamic and talented individual with operational leadership skills and broad financial experience to serve as the Executive Director of Finance & Risk Management (EDFRM) for the College.

Serving on the President’s cabinet, the EDFRM is primarily responsible for providing leadership, management, and vision to ensure proper administrative, operational, and financial reporting procedures and systems are in place to effectively advance the mission of the college and ensure the College’s financial strength and operating efficiency.  Duties will include managing the financial accounting and business operations, exercising lean management and continuous improvement efforts, supervising Business Office staff, managing the College’s investments, and analyzing operating budgets.

Candidates should have a four-year degree (graduate degree preferred) and an appropriate accounting designation, along with 5-7 years of experience in higher education or in a non-profit environment.  Candidates who can demonstrate a commitment to the mission of the College including support of the Educational Task and Educational Framework of Dordt College, as well operational leadership skills and broad financial experience should apply.   Candidates should have a proven record of success in navigating in highly complex environments and working effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization.  This individual must be a self-starter and life-long learner with strong analytical and communication skills and experience with or appreciation of Lean management and continuous improvement practices.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Candidates should send a letter of application and resume to initiate the application process.

To view a full job description and process of candidacy, please click on the position profile here:     

    Executive Director of Finance & Risk Management – Opportunity Profile

Graduate Assistant Football Coach

Dordt College is accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant position for the football program. The position is a 2-year commitment with annual review. Benefits include tuition discounts for the Dordt College Master of Education Program, campus housing, an annual stipend for hours worked, and a meal card.

Primary responsibilities as a football GA include working with either the defensive or offensive coordinator and coaching a position group, recruiting, working with Hudl video editing system, academic development of student-athletes, assisting in strength and conditioning program and equipment as well as other responsibilities within the football program. 

A requirement for this position is a bachelor’s degree and acceptance into Dordt’s graduate program. Past experience coaching and/or playing football is desired.

Qualified candidates committed to the mission of Dordt College should send a resume and letter of interest to the Director of Human Resources.

Please follow the application procedure for coaching positions.

Kdcr Station Manager & audio operations leader

Dordt College is seeking an individual to lead the successful 24/7/365 operation of the college media station which currently includes audio broadcasting, with both terrestrial and web-enabled signals under the KDCR Radio banner. This highly motivated individual will be expected to provide leadership for media operations on campus, including strategic planning, content oversight, operational leadership, financial performance, and educational partnerships to support the mission of the college.

A Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communications with a minimum of 5 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred. The position requires strong verbal and written communication skills as well as leadership skills for training and supervising student employees. Fundraising experience with complementary public relations skills is desired.

A full job description is available upon request. Candidates with a desire to work with students and staff at a Christian college should send a letter of application and resume to the Executive Director of Human Resources.

Please follow the applications procedure for administrative positions.

Library Acquisitions & Cataloging Specialist

Dordt College is seeking a detail-oriented self-starter to serve as Library Acquisitions & Cataloging Specialist. This individual will acquire, process, and catalog books, journals, media, and other materials for the library collection. This is a part-time position with approximately 25 hours per week.

This individual will place orders for library materials and supplies; maintain item records; process, catalog, classify, and receive materials; manage journal subscriptions, and submit all library invoices for payment.

Course work in general clerical duties, computer, and customer relations or an equivalent combination of education, experience, and training is required. Library experience is preferred. Coordination, mathematical, and communication skills are required along with attention to detail and physical skills necessary for carrying supplies and moving equipment.

Candidates committed to a Reformed faith which is compatible with the mission of the college are encouraged to apply. A review of materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  

Please follow the application procedure for support staff positions.