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Alaska Christian College is affiliated with the Evangelical Covenant Church and is part of the Alaska Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church.  ACC’s mission is to provide a Christ-centered and general studies education to primarily Alaska Native youth in a culturally relevant community.  ACC is a non-profit organization and is located on the outskirts of Soldotna on the Kenai Peninsula.  Candidates for all positions must be eligible to work in the United States. All positions are open until filled. Click on the “plus” icon on the right to open the description of the open position.

PLEASE NOTE: ACC is a religious organization; all employees are required to sign a document agreeing with the Evangelical Statement of Faith and Affirmations.  The Covenant Affirmations can be found here: Covenant Affirmations

To be considered for a position, qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and brief statement of faith HERE.

For questions, contact the Human Resource office at HR@alaskacc.edu or call: 907-260-7422 ext. 4043.

Admissions Counselor

Alaska Christian College
Soldotna, AK

JOB TITLE:  Admissions Counselor
DEPARTMENT:   Enrollment
REPORTS TO:  Director of Enrollment & Financial Aid
STATUS:  Part time (approx. 32 hrs per week) Exempt, Regular, Non-benefited

PURPOSE:  Responsible for the recruitment of potential students across Alaska by developing meaningful relationships in order to recruit them to Alaska Christian College.  Provides support services to the Director of Enrollment & Financial Aid.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Promotes ACC to prospective applicants; including, but not limited to traveling around the state to give presentations, meeting with students one-on-one, and manning informational tables at a regional high schools, college fairs, camps, retreats, etc.
  2. Builds, renews, and establishes relationships and connections while traveling in the state of Alaska.
  3. Has extensive knowledge about all of ACC’s programs and is able to communicate that information to a broad audience.
  4. Communicates with people outside the organization, representing the College to students, leaders, church bodies, and schools. This information can be exchanged in person, in writing, or by telephone or e-mail. Responsible for following up all leads and helping them through admissions process.
  5. Participate in student recruitment, selection, and admission, making admission recommendations to the Director of Enrollment & Financial Aid and Director of Admissions when required to do so.
  6. Remains in communication with the Director of Enrollment& Financial Aid during and after trips for de-briefing and evaluation of the trip.
  7. Provide assistance in conducting orientation programs.
  8. Leads tours of ACC properties.
  9. Performs necessary administrative duties connected to admitting students.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  None

MINISTRY EXPECTATIONS:
Alaska Christian College esteems our students and co-workers and values each as members of our community of faith.  Students, faculty, staff, visitors, and vendors are all considered to be customers and it is the duty of each employee, regardless of their position, to perform to a high level of customer service.  All employees are encouraged to develop meaningful relationships with students and other staff to promote the mutual growth of deeper whole-life discipleship.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Associates degree required; Bachelor’s degree preferred. Alaska Christian College graduate preferred.
  2. One year of relevant experience; experience in Higher Education admissions/recruiting preferred.
  3. Demonstrated experience working with high school and college age students; experience with Alaska Native students preferred.
  4. Must be able to prove to prospective students that one of ACC’s programs is a good fit for their future.
  5. Must have knowledge of group behavior and dynamics, societal influences, ethnicity, and cultural histories and origins.
  6. Must have good communication skills, both verbally and written.
  7. Must understand and maintain confidentiality of all information seen or heard.
  8. Must be able to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others and maintain them over time.
  9. Detail oriented, with a high degree of accuracy and skill in all work performed.
  10. Functions well in a cross cultural environment, has a teachable attitude, is willing to be a team player, must be adaptable, open to change and considerable variety in the workplace.
  11. Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling obligations.
  12. Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe and campus specific software.
  13. Must be organized, efficient, and show good time management skills.
  14. Able to meet the demands of an extraordinary travel schedule.
  15. Must be willing to agree to and sign statement of Evangelical Covenant Affirmations
  16. Must be able to pass a background check.PLEASE NOTE: ACC is a religious organization; to be considered for an interview, candidates should submit a short statement of faith along with their application materials and once hired, employees are required to sign a document agreeing with the Evangelical Statement of Faith and Affirmations. The Covenant Affirmations can be found here: Covenant Affirmations

WORKING CONDITIONS:
These duties will be conducted in an office environment with limited exposure to hazardous materials except when traveling.  Majority of on-site shift will be spent seated and working on a computer.  Extensive travel across the state is a requirement.  Must have adequate sight to meet the responsibilities of the job.  Must be able to lift 40 pounds on an occasional basis.

DRESS CODE:
Within the office, “business casual” dress is expected.  Jeans are acceptable as long as they are clean and well-kept.  If any questions arise regarding what is appropriate, speak with the supervisor.

BENEFITS OFFERED:
Paid Holidays
Paid Time Off
Employer Paid Retirement Contributions
Discounted Tuition
Optional AFLAC Supplemental Insurance

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and brief statement of faith  here.

Cook

JOB TITLE:     Cook
DEPARTMENT: Operations
REPORTS TO: Food Services Manager and/or Lead Cook/Assistant Manager
STATUS: Part time (Approx. 32-35 hours per week), Regular, Non-Exempt, Non-Benefited
PURPOSE: Serves as the main cook in the absence of the Lead Cook/Assistant Manager. Also participates in the execution of catering events during the summer break.

$16 an hour DOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1.      Prepare and serve meals for students and staff using established menus and recipes.
2.      Maintains a clean, safe, and unobstructed workspace through general cleaning of the kitchen
and dining areas and maintain organized storage areas.
3.      Maintain facility areas to comply with all safety, sanitation, fire codes and DEC guidelines.
4.      Wash pots, pans, dishes, utensils, and other cooking equipment.
5.      General cleaning of kitchen and dining areas.
6.      Notify the Food Service Manager and/or Lead Cook/Assistant Manager when inventory of supplies gets low.
7.      Monitor portion sizes and presentation.
8.      Prepare and serve meals at catering events.
9.      Maintain a positive, wholesome and nutritional dining and work environment.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Student workers and volunteer help. MINISTRY EXPECTATIONS:

Alaska Christian College esteems our students and co-workers and values each as members of our community of faith. Students, faculty, staff, visitors, and vendors are all considered to be customers and it is the duty of each employee, regardless of their position, to perform to a high level of customer service. All employees are encouraged to develop meaningful relationships with students and other staff to promote the mutual growth of deeper whole-life discipleship.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Minimum 1-year of professional kitchen experience as a cook.  Two years experience preferred.
  2. Must have or being willing to acquire ServSafe Certification within 30 days of employment.
  3. Must possess knowledge of raw materials, productions processesquality controland other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and serving of food.
  4. Must be able to work independently and show good judgment.
  5. Must possess knowledge of catering operationsgarnish and food presentation.
  6. Must have good communication skillsboth verbally and written.
  7. Must have the ability to listen to and understand information being presented and be able to follow written instructions.
  8. Detail orientedwith high degree of accuracy and skill in all work performed.
  9. Must have the ability to keep hands and arms steady when necessary and to move quickly.
  10. Functions well in a cross-cultural environment, has a teachable attitudeis willing to be a team player.
  11. Must be able to use relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with lawsregulationsor standards.
  12. Must be adaptablewith the ability to maintain composure in difficult situations.
  13. Must be organizedefficientand show good time management skills.
  14. Must be reliable and dependable with regulartimely attendance.
  15. Must be willing to agree to and sign statement of Evangelical Covenant Affirmations.
  16. Must be able to pass a background check.

PLEASE NOTE: 
ACC is a religious organization; to be considered for an interview, candidates should submit a short statement of faith along with their application materials and once hired, employees are required to sign a document agreeing with the Evangelical Statement of Faith and Affirmations.  The Covenant Affirmations can be found here:  Covenant Affirmations.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
These duties will be conducted in a food service environment i.e.: a commercial kitchen and dining room. The job requires frequent contact with co-workers, vendors, and the public.  Majority of the shift will be spent standing and walking. It requires long hours standing on concrete and considerable use of arms and legs and moving the body in lifting fting, balancing, walking, stooping , and handling of materials. This position must be able to lift 40 pounds on an occasional basis. Must be able to make precisely coordinated movements with the hands to grasp, manipulate, and utilize various kitchen tools: broilers, knives, kitchen shears, deep fryers, food slicers, stoves, ranges, dishwashing & sanitizing equipment. There may be some exposure to hazardous materials. Must have adequate sight to meet the responsibilities of the job. Some time will be spent in an office to maintain required records.

DRESS CODE:
Professional chef attire is required.  Jeans are acceptable as long as they are clean and well kept.  Black pants are required during catering events.  Supportive, closed-toe shoes are required.  Black shoes are required during catering events.  Socks/stockings/nylons required; no bare legs or feet allowed.  Hair must be neat, pulled back and secured away from the face in order that it does not fall forward at any time.  A hairnet or hat is required during food preparation and serving.  Facial hair must be trimmed and well groomed.  Fingernails must be trimmed and well groomed.  Jewelry to be kept to a bare minimum.

BENEFITS OFFERED:
Paid Holidays
Paid Time Off
Employer Paid Retirement Contributions
Discounted Tuition
Optional AFLAC Supplemental Insurance

To be considered for this position, qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and brief statement of faith here.

Dishwasher / Custodian

Part-time, Regular, Hourly, Non-Exempt, Non-Benefited
$11-$12 an hour DOE

PURPOSE:
Involved in the daily operations of the kitchen, dining rooms and conference facility throughout the academic year and is responsible for maintaining the health and safety standards of the commercial kitchen and conference facility.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Operates dish machine to company and manufacturer specifications.
  2. Uses proper measurement of detergent and sanitizer in the dish machine according to manufacturer’s specifications.
  3. Wash and restock all dishes, glassware, utensils, pots, pans and other cooking equipment.
  4. Gather, empty and remove all garbage.
  5. Keep dish and storage areas clean and organized
  6. Clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, vacuuming, steam cleaning, or shampooing.
  7. Service, clean, and supply restrooms.
  8. Perform any combination of light housekeeping duties to maintain commercial establishments in a clean and orderly manner. Duties may include making beds, replenishing linens, doing laundry, and cleaning rooms and halls.
  9. Clean, polish, dust furniture, fixtures, windows and mirrors and clean and maintain cooking, serving, and catering equipment according to company and manufacture specifications.
  10. Requisition supplies and equipment needed for cleaning and maintenance duties.
  11. Set up, arrange, and remove decorations, tables, chairs, ladders, and scaffolding to prepare facilities for events such as banquets and meetings.
  12. Monitor compliance with health, safety and fire regulations regarding food preparation and serving.
  13. Prepare food according to established menus and baking.
  14. Monitor portion sized and presentation.
  15. Maintain food and equipment inventories.
  16. Maintains a clean, safe, and unobstructed work-space through general cleaning of the kitchen and dining areas.
  17. Assists facility in maintaining compliance with the regulations of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
  18. Responsible for locking and securing rooms and buildings from entry
  19. Carries out other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must have or acquire ServSafe certification within 30 days of employment.
  2. Must have good communication skills, both verbally and written, with comprehensive understanding of the English language.
  3. Must have the ability to understand information being presented and be able to follow verbal and written instructions.
  4. Detailed oriented, with high degree of accuracy and skill in all work performed.
  5. Functions well in a cross-cultural environment and willing to be a team player.
  6. Must be able to use relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards.
  7. Must be able to work independently and show good judgment, be comfortable working alone, self-motivated and able to complete a task with little or no supervision.
  8. Must be organized, efficient, and show good time management skills.
  9. Must be reliable and dependable with regular, timely attendance.
  10. Must be willing to agree to and sign statement of Evangelical Covenant Affirmations
    PLEASE NOTE:  ACC is a religious organization; to be considered for an interview, candidates should submit a short statement of faith along with their application materials and once hired, employees are required to sign a document agreeing with the Evangelical Statement of Faith and Affirmations.  The Covenant Affirmations can be found here:  Covenant Affirmations

BENEFITS OFFERED:
Paid Holidays
Paid Time Off
Discounted Tuition
AFLAC Supplemental Insurance

To be considered for this position, qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and brief statement of faith through Here.

Faculty - Assistant Professor, Behavioral Health Chair

Full-time (1.0 FTE), Regular, Exempt.  Expected start date August 1, 2019.

PURPOSE:    To provide education, instruction, and mentoring in specific educational content to students at Alaska Christian College and oversee Behavioral Health Program.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Fundraises for the support of general college operations.
  2. Serves as Chair of the Behavioral Health curriculum.
  3. Plan, evaluate, and revise course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts, course content, course materials, and methods of instruction.
  4. Present course material in such a way that enables students to achieve a biblical worldview.
  5. Teach course material according to ACC procedures on syllabi and assessment.
  6. Evaluate and grade students’ class work, assignments, examinations, and papers.
  7. Adhere to policies and procedures outlined in the Faculty Handbook.
  8. Maintain and report course-related assessments in a timely manner.
  9. Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions and instructional activities.
  10. Provide instructional and assessment accommodations to students with documented physical and learning disabilities.
  11. Provide academic advisement and mentoring to students as assigned.
  12. Maintain a clean, safe, and unobstructed workspace.
  13. Incorporate diversity into the curriculum.
  14. Participate in continuing study and professional development.
  15. Contribute to the growth and development of the student body through service to the college and community.
  16. Serve on academic committees as assigned.
  17. Other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  Adjunct faculty, teaching assistants.

MINISTRY EXPECTATIONS:
Alaska Christian College esteems our students and co-workers and values each as members of our community of faith.  Students, faculty, staff, visitors, and vendors are all considered to be customers, and it is the duty of each employee, regardless of their position, to perform to a high level of customer service.  All employees are encouraged to develop meaningful relationships with students and other staff to promote the mutual growth of deeper whole-life discipleship.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Must have a MA/MS in Behavioral health related field.
  2. Must be a licensed behavioral health clinician or behavioral health professional who will assume responsibilities for course development, evaluation and revision, and the evaluation of students and instructors.
  3. Must have knowledge and be able to articulate of Alaska Native traditions and culture.
  4. Must have knowledge and demonstrated skills or past teaching experiences in all sections in the Behavioral Health Aide matrix at the Level I certification level.
  5. Successful experience in teaching undergraduate students, with a variety of courses.
  6. Demonstrated good communication skills, both verbal and written.
  7. Ability to incorporate new information on current and future problem-solving and decision-making.
  8. Ability to identify the educational needs of the students and develop formal educational or training programs to meet those needs.
  9. Ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, students, and community practitioners from diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  10. Ability to understand and maintain confidentiality of all information seen or heard.
  11. Must be detail oriented, with a high degree of accuracy and skill in all work performed.
  12. Must be able to function well in a cross-cultural environment, show a learning attitude, and willingness to be a team player.
  13. Must be able to work independently and show good judgment.
  14. Must be organized, efficient, and show good time management skills.
  15. Must be reliable and dependable with regular, timely attendance.
  16. Must have adequate physical capabilities to meet the responsibilities of the job.
  17. Must be able to pass a background check.
  18. Must be willing to agree to and sign statement of Evangelical Covenant Affirmations.
    PLEASE NOTE: ACC is a religious organization; to be considered for an interview, candidates should submit a short statement of faith along with their application materials and once hired, employees are required to sign a document agreeing with the Evangelical Statement of Faith and Affirmations. The Covenant Affirmations can be found here: Covenant-Affirmations.pdf.
  19. Must be will to fundraise for the support of the college.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Successful experience and commitment to ministry with Native Alaskan students.
  2. Have lived or worked in an Alaskan village for more than two years.
  3. Should be an individual with a combination of education, research, work, and/ or life experience, which are relevant to providing leadership in a BHA training center program, including an orientation to Alaska Native culture and traditions and be familiar with the CHA Program.
  4. May or may not participate directly in the training, but must be familiar with and have approved the curriculum being taught.
  5. Should have a background in health and education and be able to administrate, serve in a statewide liaison role, uphold the mission of the statewide program, and provide program direction, development, and leadership.
  6. Have connections or can make connections with Elders for guest speaking and lecturing within the program
  7. Knowledge of multicultural teaching practice and experience with diverse populations.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
These duties will be conducted in a classroom environment with limited exposure to hazardous materials.

DRESS CODE:
Within the office, “business casual” dress is expected.  Jeans are acceptable as long as they are clean and well-kept.  If any questions arise regarding what is appropriate, speak with the faculty supervisor.

Qualified Candidates should submit a Cover Letter, CV/Resume, Statement of Faith and Copy of Transcripts here.

Food Service Manager

Part time, Regular, Non-Exempt, Non-benefited

PURPOSE:  Responsible for the daily operations of the Food Services Department including the Kitchen and Dining Room providing professional leadership and direction.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Plan all menus and have the ability to create recipes appropriate for a variety of dining.
  2. Purchase food and supplies within assigned budgets and according to established menus.
  3. Receive food and beverage deliveries, checking contents to verify quantity and quality.
  4. Coordinate booking of the Conference Center and catering events and update brochures.
  5. Maintain areas in a clean, safe, organized, and unobstructed way to comply with all safety, sanitation, fire codes and guidelines, coordinating responsibilities with dietary, maintenance and custodial staff.
  6. Directs the kitchen staff in the absence of the Lead Cook.
  7. Provide an annual budget proposal to the Vice President of Operations and track income and expenses monthly.
  8. Maintain departmental accounting including food receipts, invoices, budgeting, meal tallies and all other information as requested or required. This will include assessment reports for accreditation purposes.
  9. Investigate and resolve complaints regarding food quality or service.
  10. Interview and hire, schedule staff hours, assign duties, and coordinate assignments of cooking personnel. Review and approve time cards.
  11. Maintains a positive, wholesome and nutritional dining and work environment.
  12. Will attend all appropriate staff and faculty meetings as needed.
  13. Develop and maintains standard operation procedures (SOP) manual for this position.
  14. Carries out other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:   Cooks, Prep Staff, Dishwasher/Custodians, Catering Staff, student workers and volunteers.

MINISTRY EXPECTATIONS:
Alaska Christian College esteems our students and co-workers and values each as members of our community of faith.  Students, faculty, staff, visitors, and vendors are all considered to be customers and it is the duty of each employee, regardless of their position, to perform to a high level of customer service.  All employees are encouraged to develop meaningful relationships with students and other staff to promote the mutual growth of deeper whole-life discipleship.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must have certificates related to administration and food service or be able to attain a Certified Food Protection Manager certification within 90 days of employment.
  2. Must have knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership, and production methods.
  3. Must possess knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and serving of food.
  4. Must be able to lead a food service team.
  5. Must have good communication skills, both verbally and written.
  6. Detail oriented, with a high degree of accuracy and skill in all work performed.
  7. Functions well in a cross cultural environment, has a teachable attitude, is willing to be a team player.
  8. Must be able to work independently and show good judgment.
  9. Must be organized, efficient, and show good time management skills.
  10. Must be reliable and dependable with regular, timely attendance.
  11. Must be willing to agree to and sign statement of Evangelical Covenant Affirmations

PLEASE NOTE:
ACC is a religious organization; to be considered for an interview, candidates should submit a short statement of faith along with their application materials and once hired, employees are required to sign a document agreeing with the Evangelical Statement of Faith and Affirmations. The Covenant Affirmations can be found here: https://covchurch.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2011/02/2-Covenant-Affirmations.pdf

WORKING CONDITIONS:
These duties will be primarily conducted in a busy kitchen environment and requires working with cooking equipment and utensils.  Some time will be spent in an office to maintain required records.  There may be limited exposure to hazardous materials.  Majority of the shift will be spent standing and walking.  This person must have adequate sight to meet the responsibilities of the job, 20/20 vision with correction.  They must be able to hear with 100% accuracy with correction.  Must be able to lift 35 pounds on an occasional basis and walk stairs on a daily basis.  Travel may be required and work undertaken in different locations.

DRESS CODE:
Professional chef attire is required.  Jeans are acceptable as long as they are clean and well-kept.  Black pants are required during catering events.  Supportive, closed-toe shoes are required.  Black shoes are required during catering events.  Socks/stockings/nylons required; no bare legs or feet allowed.  Hair must be neat, pulled back and secured away from the face in order that it does not fall forward at any time.  A hairnet or hat is required during food preparation and serving.  Facial hair must be trimmed and well groomed.  Fingernails must be trimmed and well groomed. All  jewelry to be kept to a bare minimum.

 

Prep Cook

Part-time, Regular, Hourly, Non-Exempt, Non-benefited

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Monitor compliance with health, safety and fire regulations regarding food preparation and serving.
  2. Prepare food according to established menus and baking.
  3. Monitor portion sized and presentation.
  4. Maintain food and equipment inventories.
  5. Maintains a clean, safe, and unobstructed work-space through general cleaning of the kitchen and dining areas.
  6. Carries out other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  None
MINISTRY EXPECTATIONS:
Alaska Christian College esteems our students and co-workers and values each as members of our community of faith.  Students, faculty, staff, visitors, and vendors are all considered to be customers and it is the duty of each employee, regardless of their position, to perform to a high level of customer service.  All employees are encouraged to develop meaningful relationships with students and other staff to promote the mutual growth of deeper whole-life discipleship.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must have or acquire ServSafe certification/ food handlers’ card.
  2. Must possess knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and serving of food.
  3. Must possess knife skills with the ability to prep food quickly and efficiently.
  4. Must possess knowledge of catering operations, garnish and food presentation.
  5. Must have good communication skills, both verbally and written.
  6. Must have the ability to listen to and understand information being presented and be able to follow written instructions.
  7. Detail oriented, with high degree of accuracy and skill in all work performed.
  8. Must have the ability to keep hands and arms steady when necessary and to move quickly.
  9. Must understand and maintain confidentiality of all information seen or heard.
  10. Functions well in a cross-cultural environment, has a teachable attitude, is willing to be a team player.
  11. Must be able to use relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards.
  12. Must be able to work independently and show good judgment.
  13. Must be adaptable, with the ability to maintain composure in difficult situations.
  14. Must be organized, efficient, and show good time management skills.
  15. Must be reliable and dependable with regular, timely attendance.
  16. Must be willing to agree to and sign statement of Evangelical Covenant Affirmations

PLEASE NOTE: 
ACC is a religious organization; to be considered for an interview, candidates should submit a short statement of faith along with their application materials and once hired, employees are required to sign a document agreeing with the Evangelical Statement of Faith and Affirmations.  The Covenant Affirmations can be found here:  Covenant Affirmations.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
These duties will be conducted in a food service environment i.e.: a commercial kitchen and dining room.  The job requires frequent contact with co-workers, vendors, and the public.  It requires long hours standing on concrete and considerable use of arms and legs and moving the body in lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling of materials.  This position must be able to lift 40 pounds on an occasional basis.  Must be able to make precisely coordinated movements with the hands to grasp, manipulate, and utilize various kitchen tools: broilers, knives, kitchen shears, deep fryers, food slicers, stoves, ranges, dish washing & sanitizing equipment.   There may be some exposure to hazardous materials.  This position must have adequate sight to meet the responsibilities of the job.

DRESS CODE:
Professional chef attire is required.  Jeans are acceptable as long as they are clean and well kept.  Black pants are required during catering events.  Supportive, closed-toe shoes are required.  Black shoes are required during catering events.  Socks/stockings/nylons required; no bare legs or feet allowed.  Hair must be neat, pulled back and secured away from the face in order that it does not fall forward at any time.  A hairnet or hat is required during food preparation and serving.  Facial hair must be trimmed and well groomed.  Fingernails must be trimmed and well groomed.  Jewelry to be kept to a bare minimum.

BENEFITS OFFERED:
Paid Holidays
Paid Time Off
Employer Paid Retirement Contributions
Discounted Tuition
Optional AFLAC Supplemental Insurance

To be considered for this position, qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and brief statement of faith here.

Registrar

Part-time, Regular, Non-Exempt, Non-benefited

PURPOSE: 
To provide leadership and oversight for activities and systems related to academic records, student registration, graduation eligibility and to work closely with administration, faculty, staff, and students. Serves on key committees.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Develop and supervise registration, drop/add, declaration of pass/fail and audit, and maintenance of all registration programs in cooperation with admissions and the business office.
  2. Develops and implements academic policies regarding student records.
  3. Manages the student record database, distributes all formal academic information and records, and ensures the security and integrity of academic records.
  4. Works with the Vice President for Academic Affairs to certify candidate eligibility for graduation and provides degree audits to advisors and students.
  5. Prepares semester schedules and classroom assignments.
  6. Certify students for graduation, honors, and class standing.
  7. Approve and process requests for diplomas received after the graduation date (when student bills are paid).
  8. Understand and enforce FERPA regulations within the college community.
  9. Confer as requested on revision of publications, brochures and reports.
  10. Serve on Committees as assigned.
  11. Develop standard operation procedures (SOP) manual for the Registrar Position.
  12. Supervise the administration of the Student Course Evaluation process each semester.
  13. Carries out other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:   none

MINISTRY EXPECTATIONS:
Alaska Christian College esteems our students and co-workers and values each as members of our community of faith.  Students, faculty, staff, visitors, and vendors are all considered to be customers and it is the duty of each employee, regardless of their position, to perform to a high level of customer service.  All employees are encouraged to develop meaningful relationships with students and other staff to promote the mutual growth of deeper whole-life discipleship.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Associate degree required; Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  2. A minimum of two years of experience in an office and/or personnel related field preferred.
  3. Knowledge of personnel practices.
  4. Good written and verbal communication skills.
  5. Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  6. Detail oriented, with a high degree of accuracy and skill in all work performed.
  7. Functions well in a cross-cultural environment, has a teachable attitude, is a team player.
  8. Reliable and dependable, with the ability to work independently and show good judgment.
  9. Organized, efficient, and show good time management skills.
  10. A working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook.
  11. Must be willing to agree to and sign statement of Evangelical Covenant Affirmations
    PLEASE NOTE:  ACC is a religious organization; to be considered for an interview, candidates should submit a short statement of faith along with their application materials and once hired, employees are required to sign a document agreeing with the Evangelical Statement of Faith and Affirmations.  The Covenant Affirmations can be found here:  Covenant Affirmations

WORKING CONDITIONS:
These duties will be conducted in an office environment with limited exposure to hazardous materials.  Majority of the shift will be spent seated and working on a computer.  Must have adequate sight to meet the responsibilities of the job.  Must have the physical ability to use a telephone, facsimile machine, copy machine and other related office equipment.

BENEFITS OFFERED:
Paid Holidays
Paid Time Off
Employer Paid Retirement Contributions
Discounted Tuition
Optional AFLAC Supplemental Insurance

To be considered for this position, qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and brief statement of faith here.

Resident Supervisor

Part-time (academic year), Regular, Non-Exempt, Non-Benefited

PURPOSE:  The Resident Supervisor position at Alaska Christian College advises and serves the on-campus student body while living in community with the students; disciplines and counsels students when necessary in conjunction with the Director of Student Services; meets transportation needs and provides social/recreational opportunities for students in a Christian atmosphere; supervises Student Resident Assistants and may assist in the supervision of students enrolled in the student worker program. The RS is a support to the ACC student and staff community and provides mentorship, support, and guidance for the well-being of the campus community. Housing and Meals are provided in this job.

 RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Advises and serves the on-campus student body while living in community with the students.
  2.  Enforce rules and regulations.
  3. Be available to students when on duty.
  4. Mediate interpersonal problems between residents.
  5.  Disciplines and counsels students when necessary in conjunction with the Director of Student Services.
  6.  Leads Bible studies or mentor groups where applicable.
  7.  Provides social/recreational opportunities for students in a Christian atmosphere.
  8.  Provides transportation needs for the students.
  9.  Makes regular rounds to ensure that residents and areas are safe and secure.
  10. Participates and assists in implementation of ministry trips and student leaders.
  11. Develop standard operating procedures (SOP) manual for the RS position.
  12. Serves in other areas where the RS desires growth and experience with the approval of the Director of Student Services depending on the type of experience desired.
  13. Other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:      None

MINISTRY EXPECTATIONS:
Alaska Christian College esteems our students and co-workers and values each as members of our community of faith.  Students, faculty, staff, visitors, and vendors are all considered to be customers and it is the duty of each employee, regardless of their position, to perform to a high level of customer service.  All employees are encouraged to develop meaningful relationships with students and other staff to promote the mutual growth of deeper whole-life discipleship.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. AA required; completion of a Bachelor’s degree is preferred.
  2. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  3. Must have knowledge of human behavior, learning and motivation.
  4. Must have an understanding of group behavior and dynamics.
  5. Knowledge and experience in handling crisis interventions.
  6. Experience serving and mentoring young adults.
  7. Good knowledge of RS position and ability to make decisions affecting others.
  8. Cultural sensitivity and cultural awareness as well as a teachable spirit.
  9. Good team-building and team-managing skills.
  10. Ability to keep a positive attitude with students and staff alike despite circumstances.
  11. Must understand and maintain confidentiality of all information acquired during the performance of their duties.
  12. Must be able to work independently and show good judgment.
  13. Needs to be organized and show good time management skills.
  14. Must be reliable and dependable with regular, timely attendance.
  15. Able to meet the demands of an extraordinary schedule
  16. Must be able to maintain emotional health and create self-care plans
  17. Must be willing to take time for positive reflection and self-care activates on and off  campus.
  18.  Must be able to pass a background check.
  19. Must be willing to agree to and sign statement of Evangelical Covenant Affirmations.
    PLEASE NOTE: ACC is a religious organization; to be considered for an interview, candidates should submit a short statement of faith along with their application materials and once hired, employees are required to sign a document agreeing with the Evangelical Statement of Faith and Affirmations. The Covenant Affirmations can be found here: Covenant-Affirmations.pdf.
  20. Must have a valid driver’s license.  Must have a clean driving record.
    For those ages 21-25: No major or minor moving violations in the past three years. No more than 1 at fault accident in the past three years.
    For those ages 25-70: No major moving violations in the past three years. No more than 1 at fault accident in the past three years.

MAJOR MOVING VIOLATIONS (COMMERCIAL).
Any of the following moving violations: (This list is not all-inclusive.) Also, see minor moving violations.

  • Careless/reckless driving.
  • Drag racing or participation in speed contests
  • Speed in excess of 20 mph over the limit
  • Driver’s license suspended, revoked, canceled, or barred
  • Failure to stop and report accident involvement
  • Violation of Open Container Law
  • Possession of alcohol or drugs
  • Carrying a concealed weapon
  • Felony use of a motor vehicle
  • Homicide/assault while operating a vehicle
  • Manslaughter or vehicular homicide
  • Motor vehicle theft

MINOR MOVING VIOLATIONS (COMMERCIAL).
Violations not detailed as major serious) moving violations, such as the following violations: (This list is not all-inclusive.)

  • Altered license or unlawful use of license or permit
  • Any passing violation
  • Driving on the wrong side of the road or in the wrong direction
  • Failure to yield to emergency vehicles
  • Failure to yield at intersection, stop sign, or traffic device
  • Moving violation resulting in filing of evidence of financial responsibility
  • School bus or school zone violation
  • Speed equal to or less than 20 mph over the limit
  • Talking or texting on a cell phone while driving

WORKING CONDITIONS:

These duties will be conducted in an office environment with limited exposure to hazardous materials.  Majority of on-site shift will be spent seated and working on a computer. Must have adequate sight to meet the responsibilities of the job.  Must be able to lift 40 pounds on an occasional basis.

DRESS CODE:

Within the office, “business casual” dress is expected.  Jeans are acceptable as long as they are clean and well-kept.  If any questions arise regarding what is appropriate, speak with the supervisor.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and statement of faith Here.