Faculty Positions

There are no current faculty positions.

Staff Positions

General Ledger Accountant

Job Description
The General Ledger Accountant will be responsible for administering aspects of the accounting function including general ledger transactions and month-end close.

• Perform bank account transfers as directed by the Director
• Review and post cash receipts journal entry prepared by the AR Specialist
• AP invoice entry processing
• Enter corporate credit card journal entries and review supporting documentation
• Review vendor activity to ensure all monthly invoices have been received and processed
• Perform various account reconciliations and related journal entries as needed
• Record the release from restrictions revenue journal entry
• Assist in annual audit as needed
• Perform other Financial Services functions as assigned by the Director

• A Christian with high integrity who is actively pursuing a relationship with Christ in a local church body that is involved with Great Commission work.
• Bachelor’s degree in accounting required
• 1 – 3 years’ experience in non-profit accounting
• Experience with Microsoft Dynamics GP software
• Experience with MS Office applications (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel) required
• Experience with standard office equipment (computer, fax, scanner) required
• Ability to use office equipment with a high degree of accuracy and efficiency
• Ability to use honesty and discretion when handling business information
• Dependable and adaptable to fast-paced work environment conditions

Admissions Counselor

Job Description
Nurture Relationships with Potential Students
• Grow enrollment by moving potential students through the Admissions funnel.
• Execute and enhance the admissions communication plan for assigned prospective students.
• Utilize Hobsons Radius with maximum efficiency and output.
• Hospitably host and counsel potential students during campus tours and visits.

Recruit Prospects
• Travel to recruiting events 2-3 times a month.
• Creatively generate scores of leads on recruiting trips through relationships, networking, and promotions.
• Record accurate recruiting data.
• Assess recruiting strategy and plans from semester to semester, year to year.
• Develop and assist Student Leaders.

Network with Colleges, Pastors, Professors, and Other Individuals to Generate Prospects
• Utilize other offices and initiatives across campus to maximize recruitment opportunities.
• Work with other offices to understand opportunities and needs.
• Build relationships with pastors and university leaders to grow recruitment opportunities.

Maintenance Technician

Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary is seeking an entry-level Maintenance Technician for our main campus facility maintenance department. We are willing to train someone with limited or no experience if you have a good attitude and desire to learn.

Job Description
Maintaining all building systems, including electrical, lighting, HVAC, plumbing, and others as needed or as assigned. Knowledge of plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and construction are helpful but not required. We are willing to train someone who is willing to work and be a part of a team.

Job Qualifications
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Ability to follow directions, work independently, problem-solve, make decisions and meet deadlines
• Detailed oriented
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize based on daily needs of the facility
• Excellent communication skills
• Basic knowledge of building systems and/or construction is helpful, but not required
• You MUST be comfortable on a ladder, around heights, and around equipment
• Professional at all times
• Must have a valid driver’s license

Job Duties:
• Assist with room set-ups
• Light bulb changes
• Light bulb ballast change-outs
• Perform small electrical repairs
• Perform small plumbing repairs
• Perform small HVAC repairs
• Complete assigned work orders by performing general building maintenance and repairs
• Complete preventative maintenance on equipment and premises
• Assist in stocking, unloading, and delivery of supplies
• Maintain clean work environment
• Equipment repair and maintenance
• Assist vendors during preventative maintenance or repair
• Perform other reasonable tasks as assigned

Please apply at the campus operations building and ask for Skye Singleton.

Library Reference Assistant

Job Description
Responsible for various library duties related to processing interlibrary loan requests (OCLC and MOBIUS), assisting in handling reference requests, managing the library social media accounts, circulation, and direct patron service.

Part-Time, Hourly, Non-Exempt. Some weekend and night-time hours are expected.

Interlibrary Loans
Receive, retrieve, and respond to interlibrary loan requests from other libraries. Process interlibrary loan requests of patrons. Supervise the photocopying of articles.
Send digital and photo copies of journals to patrons. Prepare items appropriately for shipping. Record information on database and maintain list of interlibrary loan requests as needed.

Acquire basic proficiency in databases used in research. Assist patrons in the introductory use of all library resources by answering all basic and general reference requests. Refer those needing more assistance to other library staff. Assist library faculty in creating and updating research guides and tutorials.

Social Media
Manage and maintain all library social media accounts. Promote library resources, communicate announcements and information, provide related fun information, and find ways to interact with followers. Keep statistics as requested.

Patron Assistance/Circulation
Assist patrons by charging/discharging items. Process requested books to and from cooperating libraries. Be familiar and able to assist with the use of the library’s public equipment. Keep statistics as needed and conduct library usage survey. Assist disabled persons in the use and retrieval of library resources. Retrieve materials from the Library storage as needed for research. Generate library cards for guest patrons. Process fines.

Shelve books/materials as necessary to maintain an orderly library. Assist in the periodic reading of shelves to assure proper order.

Keep bulletin board updated with current announcements/information. Create visually appealing displays of books or other items.

Other Responsibilities
Take part in staff training and other meetings as arranged by the Director of Library Services. Open and lock up library when scheduled. Cooperate as a team member with the library staff in performing any duty essential to the achievement of efficient library operations. Assist in special projects as needed. Keep statistics as requested. Provide limited assistance as needed with laptops in computer lab or throughout the building.

• College/seminary degree preferred; library experience preferred. Training opportunities will be given, however.
• Ability to communicate with library patrons, use proper phone etiquette, and show courtesy and wisdom in dealing with sensitive issues and in contacts with all library patrons (students, staff, faculty, trustees, and campus visitors).
• Ability to use common office equipment and software, including Microsoft Word and Excel. Familiarity with social media, tutorial creation, and research guide software. Ability to use library software necessary for online catalog searches, interlibrary loans, and circulation.
• Ability to use a calculator.
• Ability to prioritize tasks, plan ahead, and understand the dynamics of academic and Southern Baptist life.
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee frequently is required to sit for periods of time. The employee is also regularly required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 60 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

To apply, please send a resume and any other information to Kennette Harder (Director of Library Services) via email at kharder@mbts.edu.

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Student Opportunities

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