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Are you passionate about biblical counseling?

CCEF is a community of people who are passionate about the vision to restore Christ to counseling and counseling to the church. Our staff represent a broad range of experience, skills, and responsibilities that together work toward our mission year after year. Are you interested in joining our team? Check out our open positions below.

Open Positions

Course Development & Instruction Administrative Assistant

Faculty Administrative Assistant

Facilities Assistant (Independent Contractor)

department

School of Biblical Counseling

hours

Part-time (25–30 hrs/week), Non-exempt

reports to

Course Development & Instruction Manager

Location

Hybrid (minimum 2 days onsite); Travel: <5%

description

The School of Biblical Counseling (SBC) is a branch of CCEF’s ministry that offers unaccredited online coursework in biblical counseling. The Course Development and Instruction (CDI) Administrative Assistant will be responsible for supporting the SBC by collaborating with the CDI team and providing administrative support to the CDI Manager.

responsibilities

Instructional Support

  • Monitor and respond to emails in the Online Instructor (OI) Support inbox
  • Provide administrative support to the CDI Manager for new OI applicants
  • Create instructor contracts for CDI Manager approval and facilitate payment process
  • Track and process course-related royalty payments as needed
  • Collaborate with CDI Manager to maintain OI Training Manual, OI Hub, and other OI Support documents
  • Grant and maintain OI access to requisite materials in the OI Hub
  • Provide administrative support to the CDI Manager for student evaluations of OIs

Course Development

  • Collect and collate course feedback for CDI Manager review
  • Support CDI Manager with Course Development documentation
  • Create and maintain course production project plans in SBC’s project management tool
  • Prepare course revisions documents for CDI Manager
  • Maintain program-wide reading list and onsite library
  • Source and pay requisite copyright permissions for each course each term
  • Identify areas to provide administrative support for CDI’s projects
  • Prepare CDI Manager and Advancement-approved supplemental course materials, such as syllabi, course notebooks, handouts, student samples to conform to CCEF’s approved style guide
  • Prototype suggested updates and maintain supplemental course material templates for CDI Manager review
  • Support CDI Manager with team projects as needed

qualifications

  • Agreement and support of CCEF’s mission and core beliefs; experience with CCEF’s materials preferred
  • Ability to maintain flexibility and discipline, with strong planning, organizational, and self-management skills
  • Willingness to engage in candid and constructive conversations about performance evaluation and identify opportunities for growth
  • Relevant experience in cultivating relationships with colleagues; adept at contributing to a supportive, team-oriented work environment
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrates tact, discretion, and care in all communications; possesses a high comfort level with maintaining confidential information
  • Proficiency with Pages, Microsoft Office, and Google Applications
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience in Canvas or similar Learning Management System (LMS), preferred
  • Familiarity with CCEF counseling courses and WTS Masters of Arts in Counseling program, preferred
  • Experience with project management tools, preferred
  • Experience using Slack, preferred

Employees must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the stated Christian mission of CCEF to restore Christ to counseling and counseling to the church.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Jill Butler, Director of Operations, at jbutler@ccef.org.

department

Faculty

hours

Full-time, Non-exempt

reports to

Executive Director

Location

Hybrid (minimum 4 days onsite); Travel: <5%

description

The Faculty Administrative Assistant provides high-level support to the Dean of Faculty and faculty using a variety of project management, communication, and organizational skills.

responsibilities

  • Managing the Dean of Faculty’s schedule, mail and email correspondence, task list, and files
  • Working closely with the Dean of Faculty to compile, organize, and track faculty members’ annual internal and external responsibilities and commitments
  • Managing logistics and agendas for all faculty meetings and taking notes, as well as scheduling and supporting additional faculty-related meetings as needed
  • Acting as a liaison for CCEF departmental scheduling and project requests involving faculty
  • Managing external requests for CCEF faculty
  • Administrating faculty requests for books and supplies
  • Providing tailored administrative support to individual faculty members as needed. This includes but is not limited to: meeting with faculty members to review task lists and vet internal and external requests, scheduling, reimbursements, mail/email correspondence, and filing
  • Coordinating faculty-related special events (e.g., faculty retreats, networking opportunities)

qualifications

  • Agreement and support of CCEF’s mission and core beliefs; experience with CCEF’s materials required
  • Willingness to engage in candid and constructive conversations about performance evaluation and identify opportunities for growth
  • Relevant experience in cultivating relationships with colleagues; adept at contributing to a supportive, team-oriented work environment
  • Ability to maintain flexibility and discipline, with strong planning, organizational, and self-management skills
  • Demonstrates tact, discretion, and care in all communications; possesses a high comfort level with maintaining confidential information
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • CCEF coursework preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Technological proficiency with experience in Google Suite, Microsoft Word, and Excel required

Employees must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the stated Christian mission of CCEF to restore Christ to counseling and counseling to the church.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Jill Butler, Director of Operations, at jbutler@ccef.org.

department

Operations

hours

Part-time (10–15 hrs/week)

reports to

Operations Manager

Location

Onsite

description

Behind-the-scenes support of the staff of CCEF through maintaining the buildings and grounds and assisting the Operations Manager. This is a project-based position and will follow the labor laws for a 1099 Independent Contractor.

responsibilities

  • Event setup and teardown
  • Facilities projects (ex. basic wall repair and painting)
  • Office furniture building, installation, and rearranging
  • Seasonal tending to the grounds (ex. leaf collection and removal, watering flowers, use of lawn maintenance equipment)

qualifications

  • Agreement and support of CCEF’s mission and core beliefs; experience with CCEF’s materials required
  • Willingness to engage in candid and constructive conversations about performance evaluation and identify opportunities for growth
  • Relevant experience in cultivating relationships with colleagues; adept at contributing to a supportive, team-oriented work environment
  • Ability to maintain flexibility and discipline, with strong planning, organizational, and self-management skills
  • Demonstrates tact, discretion, and care in all communications; possesses a high comfort level with maintaining confidential information
  • Technological proficiency with experience in Google Suite, Microsoft Word, and Excel required

Employees must possess an appreciation for and congruence with the stated Christian mission of CCEF to restore Christ to counseling and counseling to the church.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Jill Butler, Director of Operations, at jbutler@ccef.org.