Employment Opportunities

Business Administration Faculty Member

This full-time resident faculty position provides instruction in the area of business administration to undergraduate students seeking to pursue a career in business and industry.

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ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Prepare syllabi and teach a full-load (12-13 credit hours per semester) of assigned courses to achieve approved outcomes.
  2. Determine instructional objectives appropriate to each assigned course and assess student academic achievement related to these objectives.
  3. Select textbook and/or teaching materials appropriate for individual course content and objectives under general guidance from the Department Chair.
  4. Serve as academic advisor for assigned students.
  5. Attend department and faculty meetings as scheduled.
  6. Assist the VP for Academic Affairs and the Department Chair with the professional development and advancement of the department.
  7. Serve or provide leadership on faculty and institutional committees as appointed.
  8. Attend chapel regularly, eat lunch with students, and engage in informal exchange of ideas with students as opportunity permits.
  9. Implement college policies and procedures in the classroom.
  10. Read and comply with policies and procedures in the Employee and Faculty handbooks.

The list of essential functions as outlined above is intended to be representative of the tasks performed in this position. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.

QUALIFICATIONS
Re: Faith and character

  • Personal faith in Christ as Savior
  • Agreement with the doctrinal statement of Emmaus Bible College
  • Appreciation for the college’s mission
  • Interest in undergraduate teaching in a faith-based setting

Education

  • Master’s degree or higher in Business Administration

Knowledge, Competence, and Skill

  • Competence (and experience) in teaching
  • Practical experience in the business world is highly desirable
  • Interest in fostering critical thinking ability in students

To apply please email a letter of self-introduction and a CV to Raju Kunjummen at faculty@emmaus.edu.


Director, Food Services

Emmaus Food Services is currently looking for a Director of Food Services. This is a full-time (11 month) position with benefits. Work hours are weekday, daytime with occasional required weekend and evening hours.

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We are looking for a dedicated individual with food service experience and demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills. This vital position is perfect for someone who would enjoy being an integral part of a Christian College community. This position provides great opportunities for relationship building and mentoring through providing daily leadership for our student and adult staff in all areas of an institutional kitchen. 

If you or someone you know has food service experience and leadership skills, and are willing to partner with us in this rewarding ministry, please submit applications, resumes or recommendations to:


Israel Chavez, V.P. of Student Life

Emmaus Bible College
2570 Asbury Road
Dubuque, IA 52001

Or submit by email to ichavez@emmaus.edu


Biology and Chemistry Faculty Member

This full-time resident faculty position provides instruction in the basic sciences, in biology and/or chemistry, primarily to undergraduate students seeking to pursue a career in the health sciences. To apply please email a letter of self-introduction and a CV to Raju Kunjummen at faculty@emmaus.edu

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ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Prepare syllabi and teach a full-load (12-13 credit hours per semester) of assigned lecture and laboratory courses to achieve approved outcomes.
  2. Determine instructional objectives appropriate to each assigned course and assess student academic achievement related to these objectives.
  3. Select textbook and/or teaching materials appropriate for individual course content and objectives under general guidance from the Department Chair.
  4. Serve as academic advisor for assigned students.
  5. Attend department and faculty meetings as scheduled.
  6. Assist the VP for Academic Affairs and the Department Chair with the professional development and advancement of the department.
  7. Serve or provide leadership on faculty and institutional committees as appointed.
  8. Attend chapel regularly, eat lunch with students, and engage in informal exchange of ideas with students as opportunity permits.
  9. Implement college policies and procedures in the classroom.
  10. Read and comply with policies and procedures in the Employee and Faculty handbooks.

The list of essential functions as outlined above is intended to be representative of the tasks performed in this position. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.

QUALIFICATIONS
Re: Faith and character

  • Personal faith in Christ as Savior
  • Agreement with the doctrinal statement of Emmaus Bible College
  • Appreciation for the college’s mission
  • Interest in undergraduate teaching in a faith-based setting

Education

  • Master’s degree or higher in Biology or Biochemistry

Knowledge, Competence, and Skill

  • Competence (and experience) in teaching
  • Currency in the discipline as demonstrated by active professional development and scholarship
  • Interest in fostering critical thinking ability in students

To apply please email a letter of self-introduction and a CV to Raju Kunjummen at faculty@emmaus.edu


Enrollment Services Office Assistant (Part Time)

Emmaus Bible College is seeking an Office Assistant for Enrollment Services.  This part-time (20 hours per week), 12 month, non-exempt position reports to the Director of Enrollment Services.

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The Office Assistant is responsible to assist the Office Manager in providing overall customer service and administrative support for all admissions activities. Download the full job description here.


Economics Professor – Adjunct

The Business–Technology department of Emmaus Bible College is actively seeking candidates for the position of Adjunct Professor - Economics.

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The Business–Technology department of Emmaus Bible College is actively seeking candidates for the position of Adjunct Professor - Economics. This position reports to the Business and Technology Department Chairman and Program Director and is responsible for teaching undergraduate classes in both Macroeconomics (Fall Semester) and Microeconomics (Spring Semester) to business students in an on-campus environment. The successful candidate will have a passion to teach students from their life as well as their profession and an ability to communicate within their field. A MBA or equivalent masters level degree in Economics or a related field is required.

Please submit resumes or recommendations to:
Mr. Raju Kunjummen, Vice-President for Academic Affairs or Dr. Kim Parcher, Chair, Business and Technology Department
Emmaus Bible College
2570 Asbury Road
Dubuque, IA 52001
Or submit by email to rkunjummen@emmaus.edu or kparcher@emmaus.edu


Accounting Professor – Adjunct

The Business–Technology department of Emmaus Bible College is actively seeking candidates for the position of Adjunct Professor - Accounting.

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The Business–Technology department of Emmaus Bible College is actively seeking candidates for the position of Adjunct Professor - Accounting. This position reports to the Business and Technology Department Chairman and Program Director and is responsible for teaching undergraduate classes in both Financial Accounting (Spring Semester) and Managerial Accounting (Fall Semester) to business students in an on-campus environment. The successful candidate will have a passion to teach students from their life as well as their profession and an ability to communicate within their field. A MBA or equivalent degree in Accounting or a related field is required.

Please submit resumes or recommendations to:
Mr. Raju Kunjummen, Vice-President for Academic Affairs or Dr. Kim Parcher, Chair, Business and Technology Department
Emmaus Bible College
2570 Asbury Road
Dubuque, IA 52001
Or submit by email to rkunjummen@emmaus.edu or kparcher@emmaus.edu


Intercultural Studies Faculty Member

Emmaus Bible College is seeking candidates for a full-time faculty position in the Intercultural Studies program beginning January or August 2022. The mission of the Intercultural Studies program at Emmaus is to equip students to become agents for cross-cultural worldview transformation.

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Emmaus Bible College is seeking candidates for a full-time faculty position in the Intercultural Studies program beginning January or August 2022. The mission of the Intercultural Studies program at Emmaus is to equip students to become agents for cross-cultural worldview transformation. The college is seeking candidates for the position with the following credentials and experience:

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

  1. A minimum of a master’s degree in missiology, intercultural studies, or a related field from an accredited college or university (preference to a person holding an academic doctorate)\
  2. Significant experience in missions or other cross-cultural ministry
  3. Teaching experience in formal academic settings (college teaching experience preferred)
  4. Online teaching experience is desirable but not required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND DISPOSITIONS

  1. Born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ
  2. Demonstrated, contagious Christian character
  3. Alignment with the Doctrinal Statement of Emmaus Bible College
  4. Commitment to the Mission, Core Values, and Institutional Goals of Emmaus Bible College
  5. Competence in teaching with a demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development in the scholarship of teaching and learning
  6. Currency in the discipline as demonstrated by active professional development and scholarship
  7. Commitment to the missionary dimension of the Great Commission and familiarity with the missionary history of the Plymouth Brethren
  8. Ability to integrate Biblical truth with missiology theory and practice
  9. Ability to work collaboratively with respect to course development and delivery, and achievement of institutional mission and goals
  10. Sincere interest in teaching and ministering to college students
  11. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  12. High professional, ethical, and moral standards
  13. Willingness to serve
  14. Recommendations of quality performance

Please submit resumes or recommendations to:

Raju Kunjummen, Vice-President for Academic Affairs
Emmaus Bible College
2570 Asbury Road
Dubuque, IA  52001

Or submit by email to rkunjummen@emmaus.edu


Educating and equipping learners to impact the world for Christ.

 2570 Asbury Road
   Dubuque, IA 52001

 (563) 588-8000

 info@emmaus.edu