Employment Opportunities

Senior Admissions Counselor

The Enrollment Office of Emmaus Bible College is actively soliciting candidates for the position of Senior Admissions Counselor.   

A Senior Admissions Counselor is responsible for developing recruiting strategies for the college and recruiting students to achieve enrollment goals. This position reports to the Director of Enrollment. The successful candidate will have a love for Jesus Christ, a passion for Christian higher education, an attention to detail, the ability to communicate effectively, a desire to work as a member of a team and previous experience in an admissions office.  

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Position Title: Senior Admissions Counselor
Department: Enrollment
Status: Full-time (12-month position)
Reports To: Director of Enrollment Services

POSITION SUMMARY
The Senior Admissions Counselor is responsible for developing recruiting strategies in the assigned territory and for recruiting students to achieve enrollment goals.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Responsible for communicating and promoting Emmaus Bible College with prospective students, parents and families, churches, camps, and Christian schools
  2. Works with the Director on creating enrollment strategies that are outlined in the Enrollment Management Plan.
  3. Creates regional recruitment plans for assigned territories including how to build relationships with churches, camps and Christian schools
  4. Assists Director in identifying training needs and development of Admissions Counselors.
  5. Plans and participates in Admissions Office events both on campus and in assigned territory.
  6. Travels as necessary to promote the college at events such as college fairs, schools, camps, retreats, etc.
  7. Responsible for maintaining consistent communication with an assigned group of prospective students.
  8. Advises prospective students and parents of admissions requirements depending upon student type (first-time freshman, transfers, continuing education, non-degree seeking, audit, etc.).
  9. Provides follow-up to prospective students using phone calls, texts and emails.
  10. Advises applicants and their families of items need to complete their application file.
  11. Maintains accurate, complete and timely communication documentation In the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system (currently Salesforce).
  12. Works as a team player with other members of the admissions team including helping as needed with prospective students normally assigned to another admissions counselor.
  13. Completes routine reports related to schedule, recruitment efforts, and travel in a timely manner
  14. Completes other duties as requested by the Director of Enrollment Services.

EDUCATION
Bachelor’s degree

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE
A Senior Admissions Counselor will have a minimum of 3 years of experience in the college admissions field. Applicants with less than 3 years of admissions work experience but with other higher education work experience may be considered.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with numerous priorities and deadlines
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal, writing, spelling)
  • Computer skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email and database management
  • Excellent initiative and productivity
  • Detail orientation with ability to multi-task
  • Strong service orientation and ability to work effectively with others in a team environment or independently
  • Commitment to maintaining a high level of confidentiality
  • Valid Driver’s License with clean driving record
  • Ability to work some evening and weekend hours
  • Ability to plan, coordinate and complete recruitment related travel, sometimes to remote locations
  • Ability to transport admissions materials, displays and other equipment
  • Commitment to biblical higher education, generally, and the mission of Emmaus, specifically
  • Values New Testament principles of church life and practice

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduate of Emmaus Bible College or similar institution
  • Former Emmaus Student Ambassador, Tour Guide, or Tele-counselor

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


Enrollment Services Office Assistant (Part Time)

The Enrollment Office of Emmaus Bible College is actively soliciting candidates for the position of Office Assistant.  This is a part-time position (12 month, approximately 20 hours per week). The Office Assistant is responsible for coordinating major enrollment events and assisting other members of the Admission Team as needed.

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POSITION SUMMARY
The Enrollment Services Office Manager is responsible for coordinating major enrollment events such as Visit Days, Discover Emmaus Weekend, and Running Start. This person is also responsible for organizing storage rooms, and Welcome Center and maintaining all needed supplies.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Acquire and maintain a general knowledge of all aspects of the Emmaus Experience that might be of interest to prospective students:
    • Admission process
    • Academic departments and majors
    • Transfer Credit policies
    • Financial aid
    • Athletics
    • Housing
    • Student Development
    • Student Organizations
    • On and off campus events
  2. Events
    • Coordinates major events Discover Emmaus Visit Day, Discover Emmaus Weekend, Running Start, and Large Group Visits.
  3. Inventory Management
    • Maintains sufficient inventory of promotional items
    • Maintains sufficient inventory of office supplies
  4. Welcome Center
    • Regularly clean and organize the Welcome Center so it is ready for guests at any time.
    • Ensures that the Welcome Center is adequately stocked with snacks and drinks.
    • Periodically updates the slideshow with newer pictures.
  5. General Services
    • Responsible for helping to create boxes of SWAG and other material for those faculty or alumni interested in representing Emmaus at external sights or events.
    • Responsible for helping to maintain Salesforce Inquiry Database.
    • Provides accurate and timely expense reports for all expenses.
    • Serves as a back-up to other team members in the department as the need arises.
    • Completes other duties as requested by the Director of Enrollment Services.

EDUCATION

Bachelor’s degree preferred

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with numerous priorities and deadlines
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal, writing, spelling)
  • Computer skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email and database management
  • Excellent initiative and productivity
  • Detail orientation with ability to multi-task
  • Strong service orientation and ability to work effectively with others in a team environment or independently
  • Commitment to maintaining a high level of confidentiality
  • Commitment to biblical higher education, generally, and the mission of Emmaus, specifically
  • Values New Testament principles of church life and practice

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduate of Emmaus Bible College or similar institution
  • Former Emmaus Student Ambassador, Tour Guide, or Tele-counselor

Resident Director (1 Male & 1 Female)

The Resident Director (RD) plays an essential role in student life at Emmaus Bible College.  As a member of the Student Life Team, they report directly to the Director of Residence Life.  The RD provides supervision of the residence hall community and promotes resident student development and community life consistent with the mission and policies of Emmaus Bible College.

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POSITION IDENTIFICATION

Position Title:  Resident Director (1 Male and 1 Female)
Department:  Student Life Department
Status:  Full-time (10 month) 
Reports To:  Director of Residence Life

POSITION SUMMARY

The Resident Director (RD) plays an essential role in student life at Emmaus Bible College.  As a member of the Student Life Team, they report directly to the Director of Residence Life.  The RD provides supervision of the residence hall community and promotes resident student development and community life consistent with the mission and policies of Emmaus Bible College.  The RD develops and maintains a living learning community for all resident students that promotes academic success and contributes to students’ overall intellectual, interpersonal, spiritual, and personal wellness and development. This includes areas such as student mentoring, crisis management, housing services, living spaces, and student leader development. 

Relational & Community Building
As a live-in position, the Resident Director builds appropriate relationships with the RA team and the residents of Emmaus through interaction on a daily basis. The RD serves as a visual and accessible resource for students providing support, resources, and referrals as appropriate and necessary. The RD builds community through regularly attending campus events (e.g athletic events, choir concerts, banquets, etc.). The RD partners with the ResLife staff to promote positive relational and community life on campus. 

Administrative Services 
The Resident Director will maintain a consistent presence in the Student Life office through holding a minimum of 15 office hours per week. The RD completes weekly reports as necessary and projects assigned by the Student Life office. Assists in the management of auxiliary services and is an active member on committees as assigned. Performs other duties as assigned. 

Supervision & Development
Finally, the Resident Director participates in the recruitment, selection, and supervision of the resident assistants (RA). This includes assisting in the development of training materials and assessing the RA programing. The RD promotes a physical/spiritual environment that is well-maintained, safe and conducive to learning and growth and that meet Residence Life learning outcomes. This includes managing facilities by regular evaluation for various issues in an effort to promote an environment that is conducive to the academic mission of the college. 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Be aware of student problems and concerns and counsel/refer students on an individual basis
  2. Serve as a student conduct officer for the college to assist in resolving conflicts and administering appropriate sanctions and accountability
  3. Complete office hours and weekly reports as assigned
  4. Timely completion of projects as assigned by the Student Life Office
  5. Work with RAs, student life staff, and counseling services, to respond to crisis situations in alignment with campus emergency and safety guidelines
  6. Host, attend, and contribute to regular staff meetings:
    • Weekly RD/RA one-on-ones
    • Weekly meetings with RA Team
    • Regular meetings with full Residence Life Staff
  7. Assess RA program:
    • RAs floor programming, provide on-going support/accountability
    • Floor chapel attendance
    • Write ups
    • Collect expense reports
    • Follow up on RA weekly reports when necessary
    • Evaluate/give on-going feedback to RAs about RA Duty, assign/manage RA Duty shifts
    • Work with students and RAs to develop environments that teach students skills in responsible community living
  8. Meet with each RA one-on-one weekly for mentorship, support, and accountability.
  9. Partner with the Director of ResLife, V.P. of Student Life and other staff to support needs of the Student Life Office and the needs of students
  10. Ensure that a balanced co-curricular program of spiritual, educational, cultural, social, and recreational activities is offered to students living in residence
  11. Educate by implementing and facilitating intentional learning in the residence area through education programs. Ideas include:
    • Coordinate hall-wide social programs
    • Assist student life staff in assessing what issues students are struggling with and coordinate programs to address them
    • Develop and implement interventions aimed at supporting all students’ personal success
    • Work with issues regarding pornography and creating effecitve boundaries in relationships
  12. Manage facilities by regularly evaluating for maintenance and cleanliness, reporting issues, and acts as a liaison to the facilities department for ongoing maintenance and housekeeping needs.
  13. Create a welcoming community in the residence hall through education programming and individual conversations with RAs/students, and personal development
  14. Provide 24 hour on-call support and resource for RAs and students with a revolving weekend on-call schedule with the other RD; including required holiday rotations
  15. Perform other duties as assigned

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

  1. Bachelor’s degree required.
  2. Master’s degree in student affairs or related field preferred.
  3. 2-3 years’ experience in student life or related field preferred.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND DISPOSITIONS

  1. Born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ.
  2. Demonstrated Christian character and spiritual maturity.
  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. Strong communication, interpersonal, and administrative skills.
  6. A commitment to the local church and demonstrated relationship with Jesus Christ.
  7. A calling and commitment to the ministry of mentoring and leading young people and college students.
  8. Ability to develop and implement curriculum.
  9. Flexible schedule (frequent nights and weekends required including weekends away).
  10. Ability to develop, organize, and execute events.
  11. Understanding of student development theory and practice in higher education.
  12. Ability to walk from one campus facility to another, to spend extended periods of time sitting and standing, to lift, move, and carry objects up to 30 lbs
  13. Adequate vision, hearing and manual dexterity to interact with people in person, on the phone, on computer, and in writing; requires the ability to identify, observe and assess visual color discrimination and depth perception.
  14. Ability to reach with hands and arms; use hands to handle or feel objects, tools or controls (e.g. mouse, keyboard, telephone, equipment); also requires arm-hand steadiness, manual dexterity, and the ability to make precisely coordinated movement.
  15. Has a driver's license and ability and willingness to drive students for school related events.
  16. Supports all policies and procedures of Emmaus Bible College.

Associate Dean of Student Engagement

The Associate Dean of Student Engagement plays an important role in student life at Emmaus Bible College. As a member of the Student Life team, he or she reports and works directly with the V.P. and Dean for Student Life to ensure quality student engagement, campus life, and spiritual life programming.

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POSITION IDENTIFICATION

Position Title:  Associate Dean of Student Engagement
Department:  Student Life Department

Status:  Full-time (10 month appointment with some required on-campus engagement during the summer months i.e., department retreat, running start days, and administration of campus life services. Additionally during the summer months, student life staff members are expected to actively communicate and engage as needed to achieve institutional, and department goals).

Reports To:  V.P. and Dean for Student Life 

POSITION SUMMARY

The Associate Dean of Student Engagement plays an important role in student life at Emmaus Bible College.  As a member of the Student Life team, he or she reports and works directly with the V.P. and Dean for Student Life to ensure quality student engagement, campus life, and spiritual life programming.  The Associate Dean of Student Engagement provides leadership and oversight on campus-wide events hosted by student clubs and organizations, encourages faith development and spiritual formation through various programs, and leads career services efforts.

Campus & Student Activities
The Associate Dean of Student Engagement will provide day to day leadership and management for all student clubs and organizations including Student Missionary Fellowship and Emmaus Student Chaplains, will serve as the primary advisor for the Emmaus Student Union and a future Student Government, and will implement calendar appropriate programming for the campus throughout the academic year.

Spiritual Formation
The Associate Dean of Student Engagement will foster spiritual formation of students by leading efforts to provide opportunities for spiritual growth and encouragement. This programming will include coordinating and implementing a vibrant and relevant weekly chapel program. This position will also provide leadership for Campus Community Groups (CCG) program, Spiritual Emphasis Days (SED), and Christian Ministry Seminars (CMS).

Career Services
Finally, the Associate Dean of Student Engagement will develop and implement a strategic plan for a vibrant Career Services program, providing resources and guidance to students who are looking for internships and job opportunities. This includes helping students build resumes, conducting mock interviews, and managing our career services platform, College Central Network.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Provide day to day leadership and management for Emmaus Student Union and all student activities, clubs, and organizations, including managing budgets, attending all campus events, ensuring yearbook is resourced and staffed, and encouraging a vibrant student life through events and programming. Additionally, this position will promote and sustain structure for the chartering, funding, assessment, and oversight of clubs and student organizations, with a particular focus on growing the number of chartered clubs.
  2. Develop and implement calendar-appropriate programming throughout the year (e.g. MLK Day, Reformation Day). 
  3. Schedule speakers and music for each Chapel session, as well as emcee Chapel regularly.
  4. Within the Chapel course, track and maintain attendance records, approve absences, facilitate make-up assignments, submit grades each semester, supervisor Student Focus Chapels, and meet with students on Chapel probation. 
  5. Direct the Campus Community Groups program by recruiting, interviewing, approving, supervising, and evaluating leaders.
  6. Recruit mentors for the CCG program and host a meeting with leaders and mentors once each semester.
  7. Collaborate with the V.P. and Dean of Student Life to establish a yearly theme and to schedule SED and CMS speakers.
  8. Work with publications to develop marketing material each year for SED and CMS, as well as promote and communicate SED and CMS information to the campus community.
  9. Develop a strategic plan for a vibrant Career Services program by providing individual career counseling through the evaluation of goals, values, skills, strengths, and interests; providing resume and cover letter assistance; providing graduate program and career services materials and information; attending graduate school fairs with students; and serving as the coordinator and instructor for senior seminar class. 
  10. Assist with the Student Leader training and orientation programming including attending required retreats.  
  11. Assist with planning and implementation of Welcome Week for new and returning students.
  12. Play a role in the retention effort through collaboration with the student life team, identifying students who are at risk and participating in efforts to assist them in being successful at the college.
  13. Coordinate with the Director of Facilities to ensure proper care of equipment and furniture during campus-wide events and coordinate with the Athletic Director on facility usage for campus-wide events.
  14. Serve on the student life committee and additional committees as needed.
  15. Serve as a student conduct officer.
  16. Supervise student workers and volunteers.
  17. Ensure quality fiscal management in support of the greater institutional needs.
  18. Perform other duties as assigned by the VPSL

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

  1. Bachelor’s degree required.
  2. Master’s degree in student affairs or related field preferred.
  3. 2-4 years’ experience in student life or related field preferred.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND DISPOSITIONS

  1. Born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ.
  2. Demonstrated Christian character and spiritual maturity.
  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. Knowledge of the Word of God, as demonstrated by its proper application in life.
  6. Strong communication, interpersonal, and administrative skills.
  7. A commitment to the local church and demonstrated relationship with Jesus Christ.
  8. A calling and commitment to the ministry of mentoring and leading young people and college students.
  9. Ability to develop and implement curriculum.
  10. Flexible schedule (frequent nights and weekends required including weekends away).
  11. Ability to develop, organize, and execute events.
  12. Understanding of student development theory and practice in higher education..
  13. Ability to walk from one campus facility to another.
  14. Ability to spend extended periods of time sitting and standing.
  15. Ability to lift, move, and carry objects up to 30 lbs
  16. Adequate vision, hearing and manual dexterity to interact with people in person, on the phone, on computer, and in writing; requires the ability to identify, observe and assess visual color discrimination and depth perception.
  17. Ability to reach with hands and arms; use hands to handle or feel objects, tools or controls (e.g. mouse, keyboard, telephone, equipment); also requires arm-hand steadiness, manual dexterity, and the ability to make precisely coordinated movement.
  18. Has a driver's license and ability and willingness to drive students for school related events.
  19. Supports all policies and procedures of Emmaus Bible College.

Associate Dean of Residence Life

The Associate Dean of Residence Life plays an important role in the Student Life department at Emmaus Bible College and is responsible for the leadership, vision, and oversight of a residence life program that offers a welcoming and engaging living and learning environment that fosters holistic student growth.

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POSITION IDENTIFICATION

Position Title:  Associate Dean of Residence Life
Department:  Student Life

Status:  Full-time (10 month appointment with some required on-campus engagement during the summer months i.e. department retreat, running start days, and administration of residence life services. Additionally, during the summer months student life staff members are expected to actively communicate and engage as needed to achieve institutional and departmental goals.)                      

Reports To:  V.P. and Dean for Student Life

POSITION SUMMARY

The Associate Dean of Residence Life plays an important role in the Student Life department at Emmaus Bible College and is responsible for the leadership, vision, and oversight of a residence life program that offers a welcoming and engaging living and learning environment that fosters holistic student growth. This position will operate from an educational perspective, bring good communication skills, and provide a resourceful presence. This position leads a core group of Resident Assistants (RAs) and Resident Directors (RDs) and works closely with the V.P. and Dean for Student Life as well as other professional Student Life staff in support of the college mission and to serve and support students.

Supervisory/Administrative Responsibilities
The Associate Dean of Residence Life is responsible for leading a team of engaged professional and student staff which includes hiring, training, and accountability. This position ensures that all facets of residence life programming are regularly evaluated for improvement and advancement of the departmental and institutional mission. This work includes providing management of student files, assessment of programming, and departmental reporting.

Residential Life and Leadership Development
The Associate Dean for Residence Life is responsible for maintaining a vibrant living and learning environment. This includes wellness programs, crisis management and intervention, and conflict resolution. Additionally, this role will provide ongoing training and development of staff and student leaders including regular interactions with RDs and RAs through weekly departmental meetings, one on ones, and other group meetings. 

Student Conduct
As the primary student conduct officer, the Associate Dean of Residence Life is responsible for the ongoing evaluation and development of student conduct policies as well as the administration and resolution of student conduct incidents. 

Compliance
This position will complete Title IX training and provide campus-wide training for students and employees related to Title IX policies. 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Foster welcoming, student-centered environments within residential and campus spaces. Facilitate educational interventions and support.
  2. Develop a long-term vision for the residential program, including student learning outcomes and regular assessment of those learning outcomes.
  3. Provide oversight and management of the student files, housing assignments, billing, and the Reslife module of the School Management Software. 
  4. Provide leadership and management of residential furniture inventories and facility needs and provides recommended repairs and replacements; works closely with facility/maintenance services. 
  5. Recruit, train, supervise, and evaluate Residence Life Staff, including resident directors and student resident assistants.
  6. Provide leadership for student leader training and Welcome Week/Orientation.
  7. Serve as a visible and approachable resource for students who are experiencing difficulties related to their residential life or residential space.
  8. Communicate with a variety of constituencies including students, parents, staff, faculty, alumni, and vendors.
  9. Work collaboratively as a key partner with the V.P. and Dean for Student Life to develop and reinforce community standards in alignment with the College mission, vision, and core values. 
  10. Serve as the primary student conduct officer, adjudicating cases and resolving student disciplinary issues.
  11. Work collaboratively as a key partner with the Associate Dean of Student Engagement to develop and provide proactive community programming and events for the campus community and particularly the residential students.
  12. Participate in 24-hour on-call support for student emergencies as well as crisis management and and follow up with appropriate interventions.
  13. Participate in required holiday on-call support on a rotating basis.
  14. Serve on the Title IX team as a Title IX coordinator.
  15. Assist in the management of auxiliary services and serve as an active member on committees as assigned.
  16. Perform other duties as assigned. 

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE

  1. Bachelor’s degree required.
  2. Master’s degree in student affairs or related field preferred.
  3. 2-4 years’ experience in student life or related field preferred.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND DISPOSITIONS

  1. Born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ.
  2. Demonstrated Christian character and spiritual maturity.
  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. Knowledge of the Word of God, as demonstrated by its proper application in life.
  6. Strong communication, interpersonal, and administrative skills.
  7. A commitment to the local church and demonstrated relationship with Jesus Christ.
  8. A calling and commitment to the ministry of mentoring and leading young people and college students.
  9. Ability to develop and implement curriculum.
  10. Flexible schedule (frequent nights and weekends required including weekends away).
  11. Ability to develop, organize, and execute events.
  12. Understanding of student development theory and practice in higher education.
  13. Ability to walk from one campus facility to another.
  14. Ability to spend extended periods of time sitting and standing.
  15. Ability to lift, move, and carry objects up to 30 lbs.
  16. Adequate vision, hearing and manual dexterity to interact with people in person, on the phone, on computer, and in writing; requires the ability to identify, observe and assess visual color discrimination and depth perception.
  17. Ability to reach with hands and arms; use hands to handle or feel objects, tools or controls (e.g. mouse, keyboard, telephone, equipment); also requires arm-hand steadiness, manual dexterity, and the ability to make precisely coordinated movement.
  18. Has a driver's license and ability and willingness to drive students for school related events.
  19. Supports all policies and procedures of Emmaus Bible College.

Educating and equipping learners to impact the world for Christ.

 2570 Asbury Road
   Dubuque, IA 52001

 (563) 588-8000

 info@emmaus.edu