Staff Positions

Positions listed are for the Brownwood campus unless otherwise noted.

Administrative Assistant – School of Education

The individual serving as the Administrative Assistant has the very visible role of coordinating interactions between the School of Education and visitors, students, and faculty. In so doing, the Administrative Assistant represents the School of Education and is responsible for the overall management of the School of Education office under the close supervision of the Dean of the School of Education. The position provides support to the department and employees who operate under the direction of the Dean of the School of Education.

Evening Facility Monitor – New Braunfels Center

The evening facility monitor will be responsible for monitoring the HPU New Braunfels facility during non-regular business hours. This position will monitor the entrance and exit of individuals, the computer lab, the parking lot, and both floors of the facility. In addition, the evening monitor will be responsible for alerting emergency personnel, the director of the center and professors of any potential or immanent emergency situations (e.g., weather, suspicious visitors, injuries, etc.). The evening monitor will welcome and address students, faculty and staff, and visitors with a servant’s heart.

Groundskeeper I

Maintains university grounds in a manner that shows pride in the beauty of the campus and welcomes guests and encourages students and employees.

Head Football Coach

The head football coach is responsible for effectively managing all facets of the football program. The coach provides leadership for a program that contributes to the holistic development of students.

Mabee University Center Night Staff

Promote a positive and safe environment in the Mabee University Center between 11:00p.m. and 2:00a.m. Monitor student behavior, building utilization, entrances, and exits. Assist students and staff with night events/activities. Report concerns to the Department of Public Safety and the Office of Student Life.


The University Registrar is responsible for the supervision and management of all administrative and operational functions of the Office of the Registrar, including but not limited to Veteran’s Affairs and NCAA Certification. The Registrar ensures the integrity, accuracy, and security of all academic records of current and former students; facilitate effective student registration and enrollment; builds secure student data files and sets policy and procedure for their responsible use; maintains up-to-date course schedules, catalogs, and supervises and maintains the PowerCampus and degree audit systems. The Registrar supervises the processes for the evaluation of transfer credits, graduation and certification of baccalaureate, associate, and master’s degrees, enrollment and degree verification, production of official transcripts, diplomas, and commencement ceremonies. The Registrar counsels and advises students, faculty, and staff on academic matters; and interprets and enforces policies and regulations of the University.

Resident Director (Men’s Residence Hall: Taylor Hall and Campus Apartments)

The full-time Resident Director is responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of the university’s Residence Life program within his assigned men’s residence hall. The Resident Director is expected to maintain extensive contact with students, including evenings and weekends. The Resident Director should be guided by a sense of mission to Christian higher education, a commitment to the personal development of college students, a commitment to excellence, an orientation to performance, and a high degree of stamina.