The Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling (MABC) Director oversees the curriculum schedule, graduate student advising and an aggressive recruiting and enrollment program for the MABC Resident and Summer Institute Programs (SIP).
- Corresponding with students as to their progress in achieving their graduate degree while maintaining current records of the progress on each student.
- Coordinating MABC Resident courses with all MABC professors.
- Coordinating MABC-SIP courses with all MABC professors.
- Coordinating the filming, editing, and distributing of MABC independent study courses.
- Coordinating the Post-session courses with all MABC professors.
- Careful oversight of the MABC Resident budget.
- SIP Administration budget manager.
- MABC-SIP classroom budget manager.
- Biblical Counseling Royalty Scholarship budget manager.
- Oversight of awarding MABC scholarships and ministry matching grants.
- Active communication and correspondence with current students to ensure proper student care and aid healthy retention rates.
- Oversight of student’s final steps towards completion of program including thesis tracking and graduation timeline requirements.
- Aggressively recruiting students for the MABC program through advertising, website design and through personal contact with pastors and churches in coordination with the Director of Marketing and Director of Admissions.
- Planning and oversight of promotional materials including updated versions of course catalogs.
- Planning and organizing the new student reception for both the resident (late August) and SIP (early July) programs for beginning and returning students.
- Handling the proofing of advertising for the MABC graduate program in selected professional journals and magazines.
- Active communication and correspondence with prospective students to ensure proper follow-up with interested students.
- Review of new student registrations with the Chair of the MABC graduate program—personal testimony, recommendation forms, undergraduate degree transcripts, etc.—in order to ensure new students meet required guidelines for admittance.
- Attend appropriate conferences and seminars for promotion of the MABC program (e.g. Shepherd’s Conference, NANC Conference).
- Other duties as assigned.
- Should possess an earned graduate degree (masters), preferably in theology or biblical counseling
- Must be in full agreement with the doctoral statement of The Master’s College
- Must have essential communication skills and credibility to represent the programs in various churches and conferences.
- Must be in agreement with and possess certification with or be willing to seek certification with the National Association of Nouthetic Counselors (NANC).
- Has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a demonstrated commitment to the doctrinal position of TMC&S and a continuous exhibition of a desire to minister and serve others in varied capacities.
- Education: Biblical Counseling or Theological degree preferred
- Experience: 3+ years as a supervisory role in an educational institution preferred
- Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, faculty, vendors, students, &/or community members of diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, & ethnic backgrounds.
- Have computer proficiency
- Basic mathematics and accounting knowledge is necessary.
- Excellent oral and written command of the English language is required.
- Ability to compose, proofread and edit correspondence.
- Possess excellent organizational skills.
- Exercise confidentiality, good judgment and discernment.
- Service oriented and able to interface with many people is mandatory.
- Multitasked in an environment with many distractions is a must.
- Reading and comprehending correspondence is imperative.
- Must successfully pass a background investigation.
- Working Environment: Mostly indoors in a typical office environment, with an occasional need to visit other areas on campus.
- Physical Demands: Must be able to lift, pull, push, grasp and bend while lifting up to 30lbs.
- Repetitive motions on a keyboard, and looking at a computer monitor for an extended duration of time is required.
- Travel: Some travel involved including overnight stays.
Minimum Conditions for Beginning Employment:
Prior to beginning employment, in accordance with The Master’s College policy and/or under federal or state law, all employees must:
1.Sign and return an offer of “At Will” employment.
2.Present verification of their identity and authorization to work in the United States.
If, because of a disability, you need special services or facilities in order to apply or interview for this opening please contact the Human Resources department.
The Master’s College & Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, age, marital status, veteran status or prior military service, medical condition, or any physical or mental disability. We are committed to practicing principles of equal employment opportunity and diversity based upon sovereign Biblical principles.
If you would like to apply for this position, please fill out the application at: http://www.masters.edu/campuslinks/employment.aspx and return it to the Human Resources Department. Applications may be dropped off in person, or sent in via fax (661.362.2717), email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or regular mail (21726 Placerita Cyn Rd Box 41, Santa Clarita CA 91321).