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Jobs in Rockland County
Job Posted: 04.10.2014   Job Type: Staff  Location:  Rockland
College of Bible and Christian Ministry
Rockland’s College of Bible and Christian Ministry has an opening for the part-time position of Administrative Assistant. Working approximately 25 hours per week, duties and responsibilities include overseeing maintenance of office equipment and supplies; writing and distributing minutes; requisitioning checks; generating contracts and pay orders; maintaining files; corresponding with the Provost’s Office and Registrar; and assisting the Dean and faculty with the completion of other tasks.

Qualifications:
1. Bachelor's degree
2. Minimum of 2 years administrative experience in a professional setting, preferably as an administrative assistant
3. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows platform
4. Strong attention to details and deadlines
5. Good interpersonal skills, including phone and interoffice relations
6. Demonstrated Christian commitment
Send a resume and cover letter to:

Daria Erdmann
College of Bible and Christian Ministry
Nyack College
1 South Blvd
Nyack, NY 10960

Via e-mail to daria.erdmann@nyack.edu. Applicants will be considered until the position is filled. Successful candidate to start in late May.

Job Posted: 11.05.2013   Job Type: Faculty  Location:  Rockland
Alliance Theological Seminary
Alliance Theological Seminary invites applications for a tenure-track position in New Testament, beginning in August 2014. The appointment is for assistant or associate professor. Rank will be determined on the basis of academic credentials and publication record. The successful candidate will have expertise in New Testament studies, including its related materials and methodologies and have demonstrated excellence in teaching, research and commitment to intercultural service. Ministry and online teaching experience is necessary. Applicants should have completed a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies. The person who fills the position should be committed to graduate instruction, including online instruction. In addition, the successful candidate will advise students and serve on committees.

ATS seeks candidates who can relate to and engage people from a wide range of diverse backgrounds while also being committed to the mission and values of our parent denomination, the Christian and Missionary Alliance. All faculty must adhere to the Christian and Missionary Alliance statement of faith posted at http://www.cmalliance.org/about/beliefs/doctrine. Please see instructional statements on other CMA Distinctives, such as http://www.cmalliance.org/about/beliefs/perspectives/spiritual-gifts.

ATS has grown over the last 10 years to become one of the largest seminaries in the US. Its 800 students study at three locations: Nyack, NY, NYC and San Juan, PR. The Master of Divinity is its largest degree (and indeed, the largest degree program of Nyack College), with over 400 students. The newly approved Doctorate in Global Christian Leadership signals the seminary's intention to continue growing and to develop further doctoral programs. Students come from over 70 different countries and represent approximately 90 different denominations; 17% are Asian, 31% Black, 26% Latino and 13% white and 10% international. The Seminary graduates approximately 100 students per year. Fulltime faculty, a majority of whom have been with the Seminary for more than 15 years, receive a wide range of teaching and research supports from the institution.
Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. To apply submit cover letter and curriculum vitae to:

Dr. Ronald Walborn
Dean, Alliance Theological Seminary
350 N. Highland Ave.
Nyack, NY 10960

or via email to atsdeanassist@nyack.edu


Jobs in New York City
Job Posted: 03.28.2014   Job Type: Faculty  Location:  NYC
Criminal Justice
The Department of Criminal Justice at Nyack College has an opening for an adjunct lecturer to teach Research Methods at the Manhattan campus beginning in September 2014.

The desired candidate will have significant experiencing teaching undergraduate sociology or criminal justice courses and/or is currently in a doctoral program in Criminal Justice or Sociology. With locations in scenic Rockland County and in Lower Manhattan, Nyack College is a Christian liberal arts college of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Candidates should be supportive of the college’s core values and statement of faith.
Submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae and faculty application (available for download at the top of this page) to
Jennifer Kimble
Chair, Department of Criminal Justice
1 South Blvd
Nyack, NY 10960
via email to Jennifer.Kimble@nyack.edu. Review of materials will begin immediately.