Positions listed are for the Brownwood campus unless otherwise noted.
Administrative Assistant, Christian Studies Graduate Program
Provide administrative assistance to the Director of the Christian Studies Graduate Programs by scheduling appointments, providing information to callers, and otherwise perform clerical and administrative work by performing the essential duties and responsibilities listed below. The Christian Studies Graduate Program Administrative Assistant will also assist in recruiting and marketing for the program, facilitating modular classes for both Master of Arts in Theology and Ministry (MATM) and Master of Arts in Youth Ministry (MAYM) students, advisement of current graduate students, and ministry placement of current and former students.
The Admission Counselor is a vital member of the Enrollment Management team and is responsible for assisting prospective students through the complete admission process, from the point of initial contact to enrolled student status. The Admission Counselor is responsible for implementing the enrollment strategies of the University and for achieving individual enrollment goals. Related Admission Office responsibilities will also be assigned, relative to experience.
Director of Student Financial Aid
The Director of Student Aid is visionary leader responsible for the proper
administration and coordination of all of the federal, state, institutional and outside funds
designated for student financial aid. Duties also include the direct supervision of staff in the Office
of Financial Aid.
Maintains university grounds in a manner that shows pride in the beauty of the campus and welcomes guests and encourages students and employees.
Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach
The head coach is responsible for leading, guiding and mentoring the tennis program in a positive Christian manner, including compliance with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the American Southwest Conference (ASC) regulations. The coach accepts and delegates tasks from the Director of Athletics. The coach provides leadership for a program that contributes to the holistic development of students. The detailed Job Description for this position appears below.
The counselor provides professional counseling services to currently enrolled University students experiencing a variety of difficulties including but not limited to personal awareness, stress, anxiety, relationships, spirituality, grief, anger, substance abuse, physical and/or sexual abuse, depression, trauma, and crisis. The counselor makes appropriate referrals for services and performs outreach functions.