Employment at CCCTS

Equal employment opportunity

Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary is committed to equal employment opportunity for all job-qualified persons, without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, or age, to the extent required by law.

Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary is committed to equal employment opportunity for all job-qualified persons, without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, or age, to the extent required by law. This applies to all employment practices, including hiring, promotions, training, disciplinary action, termination, and benefits.

CCCTS expressly prohibits any form of unlawful employee harassment. This includes, but is not limited to, harassment based on race, color, handicap, sex, age, or national or ethnic origin.

Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary is committed to full compliance with the federal immigration laws and will not knowingly hire or continue to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to work in the United States. As an ongoing condition of employment, an employee may be required to provide documentation verifying your identity and legal authority to work in the United States.

 

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Application Instructions

To be considered for any open position, a candidate who meets job opening qualifications must complete all steps and present a total package containing all of the required items. The packet must include the first three items and must be submitted together at the same time.

  • A fully completed Application Form (fillable pdf).
  • A current resume or curriculum vitae.
  • Unofficial transcript of the highest degree earned.
  • Optional: Applicant may attach a digital portfolio.

A resume or curriculum vitae without an accompanying Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary Application Form, and other required documents will not be accepted.

Any potential hire is contingent upon the candidate providing all official post-secondary transcripts including the degree required for the position as required by the job posting qualifications to be mailed directly from the granting institution(s) to Human Resources Department, Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary, 7520 E. Independence Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28227. If preferred, candidates for any open position may email the completed packet attached to an email to Dr. Eddie Grigg at [email protected] The Subject line should read “Applicant for the Position of __(the open position for which you are applying)_.” Hand-delivered sealed transcripts will not be considered as official – they must be received directly from the awarding institution(s). Candidates are personally responsible for any potential travel and/or relocation expenses incurred.

General Application Form

 

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Faculty Openings

For inquiries on full-time or part-time faculty opportunities please contact Dr. Adiaha Strange, Vice President of Academic Affairs.

Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary
Attn: Dr. Adiaha Strange, VPAA
7520 E. Independence Blvd., Suite 100
Charlotte, NC 28227

Phone: 704-334-6882
Email: [email protected]

Note that any faculty or adjunct faculty being considered by the institution for employment must complete the steps listed below. We consider these steps as the starting point for serious candidates.

  • Must be academically and technologically qualified.
  • Must have a love for teaching students.
  • Must be able to teach (require a video or DVD of the person in a teaching activity – viewed by the department head and the VPAA).
  • Must be theologically sound and be spiritually, emotionally, and mentally stable.
  • Must believe, accept, and not teach contrary to the Doctrinal Statement.
  • Must believe in and work to fulfill the Mission and Philosophy Statement of CCCTS.
  • Must consent to and undergo a full background check.
  • Must provide three references consisting of name, address, telephone number, and email (to be verified by the VPAA).
  • Must agree with and sign the Code of Conduct.
  • Must read, accept, and agree to fulfill the Job Description (VPAA).
  • Must participate in New Faculty and/or Staff Orientation.
  • Must complete a “Hire Packet”.

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Job Description for the

Head of the Department of Biblical Studies (vacant)

Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary

Summary: The VPAA selects and recommends the Head of the Department of Biblical Studies to the President. The President considers the candidate and makes the final decision acting on behalf of the Board of Directors. The Head of the Department of Biblical Studies is directly responsible to the Vice President of Academic Affairs. The Head of the Department of Biblical Studies must follow and example the Code of Conduct, Doctrinal Statement, and all policy and procedures approved by the Board of Directors. He is required to participate in and at times oversee all departmental areas for the purpose of institutional assessment and accreditation.

The Head of the Department of Biblical Studies is to be available to speak in churches, community events, and special seminars to represent the institution or to assist in representing their department and the institution in matters of student recruitment. CCCTS will cover expenses associated with all approved meetings as budgeted. The Head of the Department of Biblical Studies will speak on behalf of CCCTS up to ten times per year, on or off-campus, as assigned by the appropriate administrator. Furthermore, the Head of the Department of Biblical Studies:

  • Is responsible for teaching an average of nine to twelve courses per academic year on the main campus and may occasionally be required to teach a course at an off-campus teaching site.
  • Responsible for finding qualified faculty to teach in the department and approving of all syllabi for courses taught in the department.
  • Will maintain a course file consisting of course objectives, weekly objectives, lesson plans, and lecture notes.
  • Shall participate in curriculum development, course descriptions for the catalog, and all matters of accreditation as assigned.
  • Shall serve as an advisor to those students working toward a degree in their department degree programs. This will entail meeting with students at scheduled times, reviewing their transcripts and records, filling out appropriate academic forms, detailed meetings with students in the SIS, and guiding students into the classes they need. It also includes encouraging them to succeed, being available to assist them and answer questions students might have. It is crucial that detailed notes be placed in the activity feed of the SIS detailing advisory meetings with students.
  • Shall be responsible for advising students through the thesis process and assisting in the grading of theses.
  • Must attend all scheduled faculty, assessment, and departmental meetings; and may be required to attend an administrative council meeting or Board meeting to report on the department.
  • Must be computer literate with a working knowledge of basic software programs (all Microsoft Office Packs), learn and regularly use the SIS or SAS program selected by the Institution (currently Populi), and maintain open communication with other network users.
  • Expected to attend and represent the institution at professional workshops, developmental workshops, and to join and be active in a professional association(s).
  • Must keep posted office hours when you are available to meet with students of no less than fifteen hours weekly, post and publish those hours, and assist students in meeting with them.
  • Head of the Departments is to be available to students during Matriculation, even though it extends the regular posted office hours, and must be responsible to meet with, give advice, and assist students within their department with Matriculation.
  • Must participate in textbook selection for departmental courses and submit departmental textbook orders to the VPAA by the set deadline to ensure course textbooks are available in the bookstore.
  • Must participate in recommending students for annual awards and then participate in said Student Awards Banquet (usually the Thursday after Mother’s Day).
  • Must participate in graduation ceremonies in full regalia (usually the Saturday after Mother’s Day).
  • Must participate in institution-sponsored conferences, workshops, and special events open to the public that is designed to promote the institution and its mission and purpose.
  • Will be responsible for handling all matters of concerns that may arise within the department. Responsible for handling all grievances that cannot be resolved between students and teachers. If grievances cannot be resolved at the department level, then refer them to the VPAA (however, do not let that happen).
  • Shall make recommendations for budget needs for the department.
  • In conjunction with the VPIA and President, shall actively seek funding for nonbudgeted items for their department through grants and individual donations for the further development and advancement of the department.
  • Will participate in the review of their department for equipment, teaching faculty, support staff, et cetera.
  • Must lead the department ineffective assessment of learning outcomes and curriculum assessment to document that learning objectives, department objectives, and degree objectives are being obtained and properly aligned with the department and institutional mission.
  • Constantly update a bibliography list with the librarian for resources needed for the said department to ensure that each course in said department is adequately supported by the library.
  • Must actively participate in matters of accreditation, as well as compliance issues with state and federal agencies.
  • Must always dress in a professional manner keeping with their professional position as an educator, setting a professional manner and expectation for all departmental faculty, and maintain their assigned office or workspace, if applicable, in a neat and clean manner.
  • Shall treat all students, staff, faculty, and administrators with the utmost respect and professionalism.
  • Expected to research, write, and publish articles, books, etc.

Educational Requirements: The Head of the Department of Biblical Studies should hold an appropriate Ph.D., or its equivalency, from an appropriately recognized and accredited institution of higher education. Further, he shall have an understanding of accreditation required by the Institution’s accreditors and take all steps to ensure that the department continuously meets or exceeds all requirements of said accreditation.

Experience Requirements: The Head of the Department of Biblical Studies should have a clear understanding of churches and pastoral ministry, and possess experience in teaching in the field of Biblical studies (three-plus years on the graduate level is preferred). He must possess knowledge of higher education, experience in matters of accreditation, and command the respect of his peers. He must have sufficient record keeping and administration skills, and be current on the latest technologies related to teaching and to his field of specialty.

Competency Requirements: The institution prohibits the Head of the Department of Biblical Studies from sitting on any board of another educational institution or non-profit ministry that would require the active soliciting or raising of funds or that might create any other form of conflict of interest and must agree not to use CCCTS donor information for any non-institution purpose. The Head of the Department must undergo a thorough background check; provide official transcripts from all schools, three or more references, and other information as may be requested.

Spiritual Requirements: Must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a clear Christian testimony, and a visible passion for Jesus; compassion for people; actively involved in an evangelical Christian church; fully embrace the doctrinal positions, mission, purpose, and values of CCCTS; and, commits to a lifestyle in keeping with the institution’s “Code of Conduct” and “Doctrinal Statement.”

Physical/Mental Requirements: Must be mentally sharp and emotionally stable; free from physical, mental, or emotional ailments that would prohibit his ability to effectively teach classes ranging in length up to four hours; have the ability to work with a culturally diverse group of students and nonstudents in a high-stress situation; he must possess a “can do” attitude, good people skills, and the ability to follow procedures, directives, and meet deadlines; the Head of the Department must be a self-starter, self-motivated, and possess a strong work ethic; in addition, he must have professional experience in administration, fund development, and assessment.

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Staff Openings

Charlotte Christian College and Theological Institution seek a positive energetic well-mannered person looking for an opportunity to work in a Christian postsecondary higher education environment; both full-time and part-time positions available. All applicants must be goal-oriented, a quick learner of new software programs, and exhibit great people skills. Travel for training and conferences are required for all positions. Strong candidates should possess a basic understanding of Federal Financial Aid, Transfer of College Credit, and other Student Services and related operations. Persons who have worked in Financial Aid, Recruitment, Retention, Registrar, and other such Student Services are good candidates for these positions. Candidates should have an interest in building a career in higher Christian education with a focus on student services. Applicants should have a love for others and a desire to help students. Candidates must also have a strong Christian walk, a desire to help students, and a willingness to learn new skills. Applicants must possess professional mannerisms, strong organizational skills, and the constitution to work in an exciting, high pace environment. The Institution prefers applicants who have the following skills and/or experience: financial aid, counseling skills, and financial background. Skills in Microsoft Office, Adobe, and Populi are a plus.

A resume or curriculum vitae without an accompanying Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary Application Form, and other required documents will not be accepted.

Any potential hire is contingent upon the candidate providing all official post-secondary transcripts including the degree required for the position as required by the job posting qualifications to be mailed directly from the granting institution(s) directly to Human Resources Department, Charlotte Christian College and Theological Seminary, 7520 E. Independence Blvd., Suite 100, Charlotte, NC, 28227. Hand-delivered sealed transcripts will not be considered as official – they must be received directly from the awarding institution(s). Candidates are personally responsible for any potential travel and/or relocation expenses incurred.

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No Staff openings at this time.

 

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Student Workers

There currently no open student workers positions at this time. Please check back regularly for updates.

 

Contact CCCTS

Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday – Sunday: Closed

Physical Address
7520 E. Independence Blvd., Suite 100
Charlotte, NC 28227-9664

Phone: 704-334-6882