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CoA Employment

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The College of Athens is an interdenominational Christian college where biblically-based, Spirit-filled learning takes place continuously in and beyond the confines of the classroom. Our outstanding faculty and staff are actively engaged with students in various learning environments, serve as mentors and advisors, and assist students through programs designed to enhance their Spiritual, academic, social, and personal development. It is our goal to produce graduates who can respond effectively to the Great Commission by employing highly competent instructors who have both experience and expertise with the subjects they teach and leadership staff with the expertise and passion to fulfill the mission and vision of CoA.

Staff Positions

Full-Time Positions

Director of Admissions

Commitment: Two years, with the potential to extend. 
Compensation: Fund-raised position with a target salary of $30,000- $35,000 (based on experience)

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, communications, or related field.
• Strong Christian spiritual maturity.
• A sincere interest in furthering the CoA mission and supporting the CoA Belief Statement.
• Excellent interpersonal skills that demonstrate confidence around leaders, students, community members, and in public situations.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills including the ability to prepare and deliver accurate and appropriate presentations.
• A resourceful and collaborative nature that can manage and work well with multiple constituencies.
• Attention to detail, an organized work style and an achieving mindset.
• Technical proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint and ability to use internet technologies.

Position Summary:
The CoA Director of Admissions will manage the organizational operations related to
student recruiting and the admissions process. Specific duties will include:
• Attend weekly Leadership Team and Prayer Hour meetings;
• Engage in CoA awareness-building and student recruiting at off-campus locations;
• Manage incoming student applications by corresponding with prospects and admissions committee;
• Developing a core of CoA student activities with the goals of: a) building the student culture and community; and b) promoting CoA within the surrounding community; and c) bringing glory to God.

Administrative Assistant

Commitment: Two years, with the potential to extend. 
Compensation: Fund-raised position with a target salary of $30,000- $35,000 

Position Description
The Administrative Assistant to the President will be expected to:
• Attend weekly Leadership Team and Prayer Hour meetings;
• Assist with phone and email communications, file maintenance and management, meeting planning and scheduling, and report preparation for the President;
• Help maintain and update the CoA website and college-wide databases as needed;
• Assist with financial data entries;
• Assist with CoA’s social media presence;
• Train and supervise other CoA student workers;
• Attend outreach and special events as requested to support on-site logistics;
• Participate in data-gathering and/or problem-solving, and make recommendations to the CoA President for improved operations management; assist and support CoA faculty, staff, and Board as requested.

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree (no exceptions).
• Strong Christian spiritual maturity.
• A sincere interest in furthering the CoA mission and supporting the CoA Belief Statement.
• Excellent organizational and planning skills, including attention to detail and the ability to effectively handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Excellent interpersonal skills that demonstrate confidence around leaders, students, community members, and in meeting situations.
• Strong written communication skills including the ability to prepare accurate and appropriate presentations and documentation.
• A resourceful and collaborative nature that can manage and work well with multiple constituencies and strong attention to detail, with an organized work style and an achieving mindset.
• Technical proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint, and the ability to use internet technologies and social media effectively and efficiently.

Event Coordinator

Commitment: Two years, with the potential to extend. 
Compensation: Fund-raised position with a target salary of $30,000- $35,000 

Position Description
The CoA Event Coordinator will manage the organizational operations related to key CoA events.
Specific duties will include:
• Attend weekly Leadership Team and Prayer Hour meetings.
• Manage the logistical details of key CoA community-facing events (e.g. ServeAthens ICN, A.D.O.R.E., New Year-New Heart, Transformed!, and the annual Pastors Appreciation event).
• Ensure effective communication among key event leaders and Steering Committees regarding the plans for each event.
• Recruit event sponsors from the business community.
• Ensure effective publicity related to each event through social media and other avenues, including the preparation of presentations, videos, and other marketing materials.
• Manage event-related budgets.
• Assist the Director of Outreach & Student Affairs and the President with event-related duties as needed.

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree (no exceptions).
• Strong Christian spiritual maturity.
• A sincere interest in furthering the CoA mission and supporting the CoA Belief Statement.
• Some experience planning and hosting events and gatherings.
• Excellent organizational and planning skills, including attention to detail and the ability to effectively handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Excellent interpersonal skills that demonstrate confidence around leaders, students, community members, and in meeting situations.
• Strong written communication skills including the ability to prepare accurate and appropriate presentations and documentation.
• Technical proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint, basic video editing, and the ability to
use internet technologies and social media effectively and efficiently.
• A resourceful and collaborative nature that can manage and work well with multiple constituencies
and strong attention to detail, with an organized work style and an achieving mindset.

Part-Time Positions

Social Media & Marketing Coordinator

Commitment: 10-20 hr work week, 2 days per week with the potential to move to FT. 
Compensation: Fund-raised position 

Position Description
The CoA Social Media & Marketing Coordinator will manage the organizational operations related to
CoA marketing strategies. Specific duties will include:
• Attend weekly Leadership Team and Prayer Hour meetings.
• Manage and post on CoA social media accounts (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter, Google, Blog, Youtube).
• Work with the Director of Outreach & Student Affairs and the President to ensure effective publicity
related to CoA events, classes, seminars, etc. through social media and other avenues, including the
preparation of presentations, videos, and other marketing materials as needed.
• Ensure effective communication within the CoA community utilizing a variety of marketing strategies.
• Analyze marketing data and develop strategies for improving CoA’s marketing presence.
• Assist with marketing-related budgets.
• Assist the Director of Outreach & Student Affairs and the President with marketing-related duties as
needed.

Qualifications
• High School Diploma (no exceptions), Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
• Strong Christian spiritual maturity.
• A sincere interest in furthering the CoA mission and supporting the CoA Belief Statement.
• Experience with marketing and social media platforms and strategies.
• Excellent organizational and marketing skills, including attention to detail and the ability to effectively handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Excellent interpersonal skills that demonstrate confidence around leaders, students, community
members, and in meeting situations.
• Strong written communication skills including the ability to prepare accurate and appropriate posts,
messages, presentations and documentation.
• Technical proficiency in a variety of social media platforms (including but not limited to Facebook,
Instagram, Twitter, Wordpress, Google, Linkedin, Youtube), Microsoft Office, basic video editing, and the ability to use internet technologies effectively and efficiently.
• A resourceful and collaborative nature that can manage and work well with multiple constituencies
and strong attention to detail, with an organized work style and an achieving mindset.

Work-Study Positions

Admissions Coordinator

Commitment: 20 hours of work over a minimum of 4 days per week for 2 years.
Compensation: Work-study tuition scholarship for a Master’s-level student

Position Description
The CoA Admissions Coordinator will manage the organizational operations related to student recruiting and the admissions process. Specific duties will include:
• Attend weekly Leadership Team and Prayer Hour meetings;
• Engage in CoA awareness-building and student recruiting by managing incoming applications, going to local college fairs and communicating with upper management. 

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree (no exceptions).
• Strong Christian spiritual maturity.
• A sincere interest in furthering the CoA mission and supporting the CoA Belief Statement.
• Some experience planning and hosting events and gatherings.
• Excellent organizational and planning skills, including attention to detail and the ability to effectively handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Excellent interpersonal skills that demonstrate confidence around leaders, students, community members, and in meeting situations.
• Strong written communication skills including the ability to prepare accurate and appropriate presentations and documentation.
• Technical proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint, Publisher, basic video editing, and the ability to use internet technologies and social media effectively and efficiently.
• A resourceful and collaborative nature that can manage and work well with multiple constituencies and strong attention to detail, with an organized work style and an achieving mindset.

Administrative Assistant

Commitment: 20 hours of work over a minimum of 4 days per week for 2 years.
Compensation: Work-study tuition scholarship for a Master’s-level student

Position Description
The Administrative Assistant to the President will be expected to:
• Attend weekly Leadership Team and Prayer Hour meetings;
• Assist with phone and email communications, file maintenance and management, meeting planning and scheduling, and report preparation for the President;
• Help maintain and update the CoA website and college-wide databases as needed;
• Assist with financial data entries;
• Oversee CoA’s social media presence;
• Train and supervise other CoA student workers;
• Attend outreach and special events as requested to support on-site logistics;
• Participate in data-gathering and/or problem-solving, and make recommendations to the CoA President for improved operations management; and
• Assist and support CoA faculty, staff, and Board as requested.

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree (no exceptions).
• Strong Christian spiritual maturity.
• A sincere interest in furthering the CoA mission and supporting the CoA Belief Statement.
• Excellent organizational and planning skills, including attention to detail and the ability to effectively handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Excellent interpersonal skills that demonstrate confidence around leaders, students, community members, and in meeting situations.
• Strong written communication skills including the ability to prepare accurate and appropriate presentations and documentation.
• A resourceful and collaborative nature that can manage and work well with multiple constituencies and strong attention to detail, with an organized work style and an achieving mindset.
• Technical proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint, and the ability to use internet technologies and social media effectively and efficiently.

Event Coordinator

Commitment: 20 hours of work over a minimum of 4 days per week for 2 years.
Compensation: Work-study tuition scholarship for a Master’s-level student

Position Description
The CoA Event Coordinator will manage the organizational operations related to key CoA events. Specific duties will include:
• Attend weekly Leadership Team and Prayer Hour meetings;
• Manage the logistical details of key CoA community-facing events (e.g. ServeAthens ICN,
A.D.O.R.E., New Year-New Heart, Transformed!, and the annual Pastors Appreciation Event).
• Ensure effective communication among key event leaders and Steering Committees regarding the plans for each event.
• Recruit event sponsors from the business community.
• Ensure effective publicity related to each event including the preparation of presentations, videos, and other marketing materials.
• Manage event-related budgets.

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree (no exceptions).
• Strong Christian spiritual maturity.
• A sincere interest in furthering the CoA mission and supporting the CoA Belief Statement.
• Some experience planning and hosting events and gatherings.
• Excellent organizational and planning skills, including attention to detail and the ability to effectively handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Excellent interpersonal skills that demonstrate confidence around leaders, students, community members, and in meeting situations.
• Strong written communication skills including the ability to prepare accurate and appropriate presentations and documentation.
• Technical proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint, Publisher, basic video editing, and the ability to use internet technologies and social media effectively and efficiently.

Teaching Faculty Positions

Part-Time Instructor Positions

Part-Time Instructors

The College of Athens invites faculty applications for part-time instructor positions. The college offers Certificates, Associate’s Degrees, Bachelor’s Degrees, and Master’s Degrees in nine areas of Christian Ministry. Applicants should become familiar with the college’s mission, purpose, belief statement, and curricula.

Instructor Qualifications

  • Applicants should hold a Doctorate (preferred) or Master’s Degree relevant to the area of instruction. Previous teaching and ministry experience strongly preferred.
  • Applicants should have a strong desire to uphold the institutional vision, mission statement, and belief statement of the College of Athens—to equip believers for Kingdom service with God’s glory as the ultimate goal.

Instructor Responsibilities

  • Adhere to professional discipline and accreditation standards
  • Attend faculty orientation
  • Provide course syllabus with clearly defined student outcomes
  • Prepare for and lead courses as scheduled
  • Respond to student queries in a timely manner, as appropriate
  • Provide individualized student support and mentorship as needed
  • Provide formative and summative student evaluations
  • Provide final grade reporting as scheduled

Equal Opportunity Policy

The College of Athens is dedicated to the principle of equal opportunity– its programs, services, and policies are guided by that principle. The College of Athens will engage in a personal, individualized review of applicants’ files, giving consideration to the ways in which an applicant might contribute to CoA’s environment. No policy, either explicitly or implicitly, will lead to automatic acceptance or rejection of students, staff or faculty based on any specific diversity considerations.

Christian Work Culture

At CoA we are motivated by our desire to glorify God in all that we do and inspire others to get to know Jesus Christ. We model Jesus in the workplace by loving Him and others. We aspire towards excellence and operate with honest and integrity. The workplace environment is respectful, peaceful, joyful and Holy Spirit-filled. Our faith offers authentic fellowship that unifies the body of Christ. 

To Apply:

All applications considered for employment.

In addition to completing the CoA Faculty & Staff Application Form (see link below), applicants should provide all the components requested in the available position description. (See current list of open positions.)

Please mail the completed application package to:
College of Athens
Attention: HR Department
PO Box 7953
Athens, GA  30604

CoA Faculty & Staff Application

Faculty and staff candidates should direct any questions by email to the College of Athens at info@collegeofathens.edu.

706-769-1472
info@collegeofathens.edu