Staff Positions

Assistant Director of College Admissions

Job Description

Grow College Enrollment

  • Grow enrollment by moving potential college students through the Admissions funnel.
  • Implement and enhance the communication plan for assigned potential students.
  • Utilize campus software and tools with maximum efficiency and output.
  • Hospitably host and counsel potential students during campus visits.

Oversee Recruiting Personnel

  • Train, develop, and empower Admissions Counselors in all recruiting and funnel communication.
  • Train, develop, and empower Student Recruiters in all recruiting and funnel communication.

Oversee the Admissions Communication Plan

  • Strategically develop, implement, and enhance a comprehensive communication plan for incoming students.

Recruit Prospects

  • Travel to churches, high schools, and conferences to recruit college students.
  • Assess recruiting strategy and plans from semester to semester, year to year.

Events and Projects

  • Assist in planning and executing Admissions projects and events.

Key Values


  • Flexible/Servant-hearted
  • Willing and happy to do little things every day
  • Listens well to others’ directives, needs, and desires
  • Anxious to be a part of the vision and mission of Midwestern Seminary and College


  • Always eager to tell more people about the vision of Midwestern Seminary and College
  • Able to connect results in the admissions office to effects – positive or negative – in the kingdom of Christ
  • Results oriented; willing to do whatever it takes to finish a job
  • Not content with average outcomes; desires the best outcome


  • Hospitable; makes others feel welcome, important, and involved
  • Assertive when working on projects
  • Able to put pieces together and solve problems without much direction
  • Relationally aware, reads people well, and is able to sense when something is “off”
  • People-oriented, cheerful, extroverted


Status: Full-Time

The IT developer will be responsible for multiple integrations along with working help desk tickets.

Primary Responsibilities
•    Works with IT Director for integration projects
•    SQL queries/views knowledge
•    SharePoint .net experience and workflows
•    ASP.net programming knowledge
•    PHP programming knowledge
•    PowerShell knowledge with scripting for automation
•    Basic website and HTML code experience
•    Assisting with helpdesk tickets
•    Using API and LTI to integrate multiple systems including Microsoft, SIS, LMS, and SAP systems.
•    Basic understanding of networking technologies
•    Basic understanding of macros and office products
•    Work alongside other Helpdesk technicians to ensure accuracy of system
•    Create and manage online forms

Minimum Qualifications
•    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
•    Experience various programming technologies and a team player
•    Ability to pass a background check, and hold a valid driver’s license

If you meet these qualifications, please send your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to itcareer@mbts.edu

Application for On-Campus Employment

Student Opportunities

THERE ARE ALWAYS OPPORTUNITIES for student employment at Midwestern Seminary. Home to Sprint, H&R Block, AMC Theaters, Applebee’s, Hallmark and more, Kansas City has been called the “heart of entrepreneurship in the Midwest.” The thriving business community provides ample jobs in the area. Just a few examples of employment for students can be found at places like these:

For additional employment opportunities, please visit KansasCityJobs.net. You can search job boards, company career pages, and associations for jobs in Kansas City with one search. This is a free service with no registration necessary.

For students wishing to access available ministry positions, login to the Student Portal, then click Job Search.

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