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Are you interested in becoming part of the Bethany team by working or volunteering with us? We have a variety of options for involvement.

Graduate Adjunct (online)

We believe in providing a safe and productive working environment. It is our desire that our co-workers enjoy meaningful work, authentic communication, respect, recognition, and are challenged to reach their personal potential.

Graduate Adjunct Faculty, Bloomington, MN (online)               

Part-time: hourly based on credit load                  

 In collaboration with the Undergraduate Academic Dean, the Adjunct Faculty member will delight God’s heart and extend His Kingdom by ensuring the vison, mission, and core values of Bethany International are fulfilled.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Students will receive clear support, guidance, and direction in understanding the passion of God for them as his people, what it means to abide in Jesus, the meaning of his work on the cross, the implications and challenges of following Jesus as disciples, the value of living with eternity in view, and the imperative to all believers found in the great commission of making disciples of all nations.
  • Students will receive clear, up-to-date, and accurate instruction in the course(s) of study assigned to the instructor.
  • Students will receive opportunity to engage with, interact with and think holistically and critically about course content through effective learning activities and an engaging classroom environment.
  • Students will be fairly evaluated in their performance, with a view toward their own growth and success, and their ability to function in teams.

Successful candidates will have:

  • Education: Terminal degree with concentrated hours in areas related to courses being taught.
  • Experience: Previous online teaching experience required, preferably in higher education. Previous ministry experience preferred, especially in a cross-cultural setting.
  • Competencies/Skills: Strong communication and interpersonal skills, administration, knowledge of learning management systems, familiar with online learning methods and pedagogy.
  • Physical abilities required to perform the job: N/A

Working Conditions:

 Online environment

Work Hours:

  • Hours are based on credit load (i.e., one hour of instruction per week for each credit)
  • Additional hours for preparation and grading, also based on credit load and enrollment

Undergraduate Adjunct (online)

We believe in providing a safe and productive working environment. It is our desire that our co-workers enjoy meaningful work, authentic communication, respect, recognition, and are challenged to reach their personal potential.

Undergraduate Adjunct Faculty, Bloomington, MN (online)                 

Part-time: hourly based on credit load                  

 In collaboration with the Undergraduate Academic Dean, the Adjunct Faculty member will delight God’s heart and extend His Kingdom by ensuring the vison, mission, and core values of Bethany International are fulfilled.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Students will receive clear support, guidance, and direction in understanding the passion of God for them as his people, what it means to abide in Jesus, the meaning of his work on the cross, the implications and challenges of following Jesus as disciples, the value of living with eternity in view, and the imperative to all believers found in the great commission of making disciples of all nations.
  • Students will receive clear, up-to-date, and accurate instruction in the course(s) of study assigned to the instructor.
  • Students will receive opportunity to engage with, interact with and think holistically and critically about course content through effective learning activities and an engaging classroom environment.
  • Students will be fairly evaluated in their performance, with a view toward their own growth and success, and their ability to function in teams.

Successful candidates will have:

  • Education: Master of Arts, equivalent or higher, with concentrated hours in areas related to courses being taught.
  • Experience: Previous online teaching experience required, preferably in higher education. Previous ministry experience preferred, especially in a cross-cultural setting.
  • Competencies/Skills: Strong communication and interpersonal skills, administration, knowledge of learning management systems, familiar with online learning methods and pedagogy.
  • Physical abilities required to perform the job: N/A

Working Conditions:

 Online environment

Work Hours:

  • Hours are based on credit load (i.e., one hour of instruction per week for each credit)
  • Additional hours for preparation and grading, also based on credit load and enrollment

Undergraduate Adjunct (in-person)

We believe in providing a safe and productive working environment. It is our desire that our co-workers enjoy meaningful work, authentic communication, respect, recognition, and are challenged to reach their personal potential.

Undergraduate Adjunct Faculty, Bloomington, MN                               

Part-time: hourly based on credit load                  

 In collaboration with the Undergraduate Academic Dean, the Adjunct Faculty member will delight God’s heart and extend His Kingdom by ensuring the vison, mission, and core values of Bethany International are fulfilled.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Students will receive clear support, guidance, and direction in understanding the passion of God for them as his people, what it means to abide in Jesus, the meaning of his work on the cross, the implications and challenges of following Jesus as disciples, the value of living with eternity in view, and the imperative to all believers found in the great commission of making disciples of all nations.
  • Students will receive clear, up-to-date, and accurate instruction in the course(s) of study assigned to the instructor.
  • Students will receive opportunity to engage with, interact with and think holistically and critically about course content through effective learning activities and an engaging classroom environment.
  • Students will be fairly evaluated in their performance, with a view toward their own growth and success, and their ability to function in teams.

Successful candidates will have:

  • Education: Master of Arts, equivalent or higher, with concentrated hours in areas related to courses being taught.
  • Experience: Previous in-person teaching experience required, preferably in higher education. Previous ministry experience preferred, especially in a cross-cultural setting.
  • Competencies/Skills: Strong communication and interpersonal skills, administration, and knowledge of learning management systems
  • Physical abilities required to perform the job: Standing for extended periods of time

Working Conditions:

 Ability to commute to and from campus weekly

  • Classroom environment

Work Hours:

  • Hours are based on credit load (i.e., one hour of instruction per week for each credit)
  • Additional hours for preparation and grading, also based on credit load and enrollment

Digital Technology Manager

PURPOSE and INTENT OF JOB:  (include any and all ministerial responsibilities)

The purpose of the Digital Technology Manager is to guide Bethany International software and SaaS (Software As A Service) integrated infrastructure to improve efficiencies within marketing communications, advancement, operations and tracking progress toward the goals established by the ministry and rooted in relationships and database/Sales Force CRM optimization.

Key Result #1:  Improve Integration of Current & Future Technology and Data Systems

  • Oversee continued migration and updating of legacy systems to SalesForce CRM.
  • Develop integration workflows to connect separate technological systems (including Sales Force, Classy, AutoPilot/HubSpot/Pardot, FoundationSearch, Populi, Infusion Soft and more).
  • Maintain and improve technology integrations.
  • SalesForce Consultant liaison when modifications needed.

Key Result #2: Refine the Bethany Image for the 21st Century Church & Unreached/Unsaved Audiences

  • Work with department heads/Digital Team Task Force to identify the most needed where custom software elements may be best leveraged
  • Develop and maintain custom applications & software programs to enhance SaaS applications
  • Manage relationships with web development vendors to build custom applications, including the refresh of the BI Website, its ongoing freshening, and any Bethany affiliated “apps” and more.

Key Result #3: Guide/Champion a Competent and Called Set of Advancement/Marketing Communications Professionals to Execute Plan

  • Develop the processes to capture important data to measure key metrics for each department.
  • Conduct staff training that creates consistency of input and outcomes.
  • Guide department heads in the collection and interpretation of data.

Key Result #4: Optimize Web Level Expressions of Bethany International

  • Work with Director of Marketing Communications (& DKY) to develop each website objectives.
  • Ensure each website remains secure and reasonably safe from internal and external threats.
  • Constantly work to improve the technological aspect of each website related to page load speed, usability and functionality.
  • Have respect and regards for effective practices by BGU Marketing Team with BGU Website.

Key Result #5: Other Duties As Assigned

  • TBD (e.g. Social Media Optimization, Segmented Target Donor Lists by Generosity Levels, Geography,

Classification and more tied to mail merge initiatives both in terms of direct mail and digital distribution.

Bethany Gateways Regional Care Coordinator

Bethany Gateways Regional Care Coordinator Job Description

Note: This is not a campus position with salary and benefits.

ASSIGNMENT LOCATION: Overseas. In a region where Gateways missionaries are located.

STATUS: Missionary. Must complete Missionary Application Process with Bethany Gateways. Must raise full support in advance of fielding.

QUALIFICATIONS: Note this is not an entry level member care position.

POSITION Overview:
In partnership with Gateways Regional Leaders and the Member Care Team, the Regional Care Coordinator (RCC) will proactively and reactively provide or facilitate member care for Gateways personnel in their region. They will encourage both individuals and teams in values, attitudes, and actions that promote spiritual, relational, physical, mental, and emotional health. They will utilize regional and external member care resources to respond to needs and to encourage resilience.

Key to their role is a reactive response to needs providing care and resourcing to individuals and teams, as well as a proactive preventative equipping of these individuals and teams. Together these contribute toward health and resilience, which in turn contribute toward ministry effectiveness.

By serving as a member of the Member Care Team, they will help regional Gateways personnel reach their full potential by maintaining resilience and fulfilling their calling to Take the Church to Where It’s Not and Help Others Do the Same.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Develop network of member care providers within the region who are available to provide member care services.
2. Identify member care needs within the region.
3. Mobilize member care resources to appropriately respond to needs within the region.
4. Provide consultation for Regional/Field/Team Leaders on personnel needs, policies, options, and resources.
5. Identify, train, and consult regularly with Care Facilitators (CF) in each Field/Team.
6. Promote best practice member care through training events, equipping toward health and resilience of individuals and teams.

ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:
1. Travel within the region, on a regular basis (at least once every two years) to encourage, assess needs and provide care to individuals and teams. This is also an opportunity to develop and train Care Facilitators (CF).
2. Attend regional/field/team conferences/retreats, as requested, or scheduled. Coordinate member care activities during events with leadership.
3. Encourage personnel, and facilitate teambuilding and conflict resolution, where requested by Regional/Field/Team Leaders and/or CFs.
4. Respond to and manage crisis member care needs in the region. Maintain communication with Regional Leader and Director of Member Care throughout the crisis and in debriefing the crisis response.
5. Maintain regular (minimum of monthly) contact with the Regional Leader providing needed updates and reports.
6. Maintain regular (minimum of monthly) contact with the Director of Member Care providing needed updates and reports, sharing resources and resource needs.
7. Participate in monthly Member Care Team Zoom calls to maintain an overview of Gateways global member care program, evaluate progress, plan for new programs/resources, network, and provide mutual care within the Member Care Team.
8. Submit an annual member care budget for the region in collaboration with the Regional Leader and Director of Member Care.
9. Pursue ongoing training in member care as continuing education and remaining up to date on current trends, networking, and acquiring new resources.
10. It’s strongly recommended to recruit a personal “care team” for added support, prayer, and encouragement to aid in personal resilience and well-being, through debriefing and supporting.

Administrative Assistant in the Executives Offices

Key Result #1:  Assure the Effectiveness of the Bethany International Executive Office and Officers

Communication:

  • Represent the BI President/CEO and Executive Vice-president’s office in a positive and hospitable manner to internal and external audiences.
  • Facilitate formal and informal communication from the BI Executive Office to constituents
  • Support scheduled Bethany Family gatherings such as brunches, chapels, staff prayer times, staff retreats, and other such events as would occur.
  • Prepare and publish the Bethany Family Update (bi-weekly newsletter) by gathering updates, editing articles, designing graphic presentation, and distribution to Bethany Family members and key associates.

Executive Team Operations:

  • Ensure that BI Executives are available, informed of, and prepared for meetings.
  • Record and file minutes of meetings as required.
  • Arrange travel and accommodations as required.
  • Maintain the Administrative offices and conference room with supplies and ensure its cleanliness.

Finances, Policies and Record Keeping:

  • Create and maintain necessary systems, procedures, and manuals.
  • Securely maintain filing systems in logical, useable order. File and archive official documents.
  • Review and update the administration department’s budgets and expenditures
  • Oversee reimbursement requests and credit card use reporting for the President.

Managing Chapel Services:

  • Coordinate the schedule, program, communication with Speakers, and audio-visual needs for Bethany Chapel services in conjunction with the Prayer and Worship Coordinator and the AV Tech.
  • Lead Pre-Service meetings.

Key Result #2: Ensure Sound Board Relations and Operations

Become well versed in governance policies, procedures, and processes with a goal of ensuring compliance and identification of areas that need adjustment for more effective governance operations.

  • Collect, prepare, and distribute board meeting agendas and executive reports prior to meetings in sync with the annual agenda for the BI Board of Trustees. In conjunction with the BGU President’s office, schedule Board meetings, communicate with the Board, facilitate Board orientation, and support Board Committees.
  • Arrange travel and accommodations for Board members.
  • Maintain policy and governance archives, provide Board and management with the most recent policies.
  • Distribute and file/archive minutes and other information following all board related meetings.

Key Result #3: Ensure the Effectiveness of Donor Relations from the Executive Office

  • Keep donor contact, communication, and relationship development information up to date.
  • Coordinate and initiate the president saying “thank you” to donors
  • Coordinate and assist as needed for donor meetings in conjunction with the Advancement Office.
  • Anticipate, schedule and initiate donor communications, meetings and follow up
  • Become acquainted with major donors – their interests, families, personal desires, and preferences, etc…
  • Coordinate meetings and communication with advisory councils.

Key Result #4: Facilitate Corporate Prayer initiatives and programs

  • Track and support the 24/7 Global Prayer schedule.
  • Support the communication of prayer requests and answers to prayer to the Bethany worldwide family
  • Ensure the security of communication of prayer updates in conjunction with the different ministry departments.
  • Provide bi-weekly Prayer updates through a newsletter distributed to all relevant personnel and partners.
  • Represent the President’s office from time to time regarding our corporate prayer priority and programs
  • Coordinate and facilitate corporate events in conjunction with others on the prayer, worship and ministry teams.
  • Facilitate events with professionalism including scheduling, facilities, agendas, and other arrangements
  • In all matters keep absolute confidentiality of all sensitive and private information
  • Other tasks as requested from time to time.

Food Service Supervisor

Bethany International

We believe in providing a safe and productive working environment. It is our desire that our co-workers enjoy meaningful work, authentic communication, respect, recognition, and are challenged to reach their personal potential.

Foodservice PM Prep Supervisor, Bloomington, MN                                  

Part-time/Full-time: 40 hours/week                           

In collaboration with the Foodservice Manager, the PM Prep PT Supervisor will delight God’s heart and extend His Kingdom by ensuring the vison, mission, and core values of Bethany International are fulfilled.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Ensure all food is prepared in a safe manner, is handled appropriately according to state health codes, and meets quality standards.
  • Train students and associates to know and adhere to state health codes and department standards.
  • Assist in meal clean-up on the serving line, in the dining rooms and in the dish room
  • Train and mentor students effectively.
  • Handle POS (Point of Sale) transactions, and train students to do the same.
  • Efficiently keep track of hours and make students’ work schedules throughout semester.
  • Other duties as assigned

Successful candidates will have:

  • Education: Completion of Food Handlers Certification—can be done post-hire
  • Experience: 1 year in foodservice preferred
  • Competencies/Skills: Management and organizational skills, strong people skills, self-motivated
  • Physical abilities required to perform the job: Lift up to 50 lbs.

Working Conditions:

  • Within walking distance of city bus stop
  • Industrial kitchen
  • Foodservice appropriate work shoes and attire

Work Hours:

  • 8-hour work-day
  • 11:00am-7:00pm, with some flexibility to account for occasional morning meetings.
  • Monday through Friday
  • Occasional evenings and weekends required for special events
  • This position will be “on-call” for emergencies on a rotating weekend schedule, every three weeks

Benefits:

All regularly employed, full-time employees on the regular payroll are eligible for the company’s employee insurance program and other benefits. The benefits under these programs are communicated to each associate at the commencement of full-time employment and are subject to change or discontinuance.

Bethany provides all benefit-eligible employees with the following benefits:

  • Vacation Time
  • Sick Leave
  • Holidays
  • Life Insurance ($50,000 Policy)
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Discounted cafeteria meals

Bethany offers several optional benefits to all benefit-eligible employees.

More information can be retained by contacting Human Resources at

952-996-1479

 

Finance Manager

In collaboration with the Chief Financial Officer, this position will delight God’s heart and extend His kingdom by effectively support Bethany Gateways ministry unit in financial oversight and administration. This position will manage missionary payroll and support raising accounts, finances of Gateways home office staff and field operations, and track grant financials. Experience with missionary payroll is preferred.

Key Result #1:  Oversee Gateways Missionary Payroll

  • Provide oversight to the process of calculating the payouts of long-term missionary and global intern payroll – review account balances and ensure that payouts do not exceed available funds.
  • Work in collaboration with other Gateways Department staff to set budget for missionaries.
  • Ensure that Bethany is complying with payroll tax withholding requirements.
  • Communicate with missionaries as needed to answer their payroll and payroll tax related questions.

Key Result #2: Oversee Finances of Gateways Home Office and Field Operations  

What tasks will cause this to happen?

Financial results are analyzed monthly and insightful analysis is presented that assists the CFO and Director of Gateways in identifying matters requiring their attention.

  • Manage monthly office spending and coding expenses on Gateways transactions.
  • Approve office and equipment purchases, manage Gateways Amazon business account
  • Office staff reimbursement approvals
  • Approve flight purchases through Mission Nation Travel and submit timely Microix requests and coding for all flights against GATE Program accounts (typically every week, minimal effort, mainly confirming the coding) for MNT
  • Updating Chart of Accounts on an ongoing basis with Finance
  • Meet with Gateways staff as necessary (daily/weekly) to gain an in-depth understanding of what is happening in the department and how to best support department priorities.
  • Prepare annual budget for Gateways in consultation with the CFO.

Key Result #3 Oversee Missionary Support Raising Accounts

What tasks will cause this to happen?

  • Manage Employee Support accountability for home-office staff and propose payroll adjustments if support-levels not met, working with Finance (quarterly reviews and adjustments)
  • Oversee setup of new and decommissioning of support-raising accounts, GAU setup in Salesforce, accounting code in MIP, Donor Hub account in Donor Hub, and integrate all of them.
  • Monitor ongoing support of missionaries to identify trends and matters requiring attention.

Key Result #4:  Oversee Grant Financial Tracking what tasks will cause this to happen?

  • Set up grant request documentation, verifying numbers, accounting for funds used for intended purposes.
  • Monthly updates and report analysis
  • Making sure we are spending exactly what we were allocated for grants categorically
  • Verifying we are coding all qualified expenses appropriately against the correct grant monthly
  • Working with International Director to make sure we submit timely reports to Advancement for grant use  

Key Result #5   Oversee Special Distributions in Gateways

What tasks will cause this to happen?

  • Gateways Director’s cash advances and reconciliation
  • Grant funds distribution, reconciliation, and balance tracking (2-3 hours quarterly)
  • Travel Expenses– balance tracking, coding for field staff distributions for inter-regional travel (ongoing minimal)
  • Gateways Emergency Reserve Fund management and use / balance tracking (ongoing minimal)
  • Mission Projects – balance tracking, distributions, grant documentation tracking (W8, request forms, banking information, etc.) (1 hour monthly)
  • Ministry funds – balance tracking, distributions, receipting, updating missionaries on balances (quarterly reviews)

Key Result #5   Support the Finance Team

What tasks will cause this to happen?

  • Assist with matters related to financial reporting and the financial audit.
  • Other duties as assigned by the CFO.

Benefits

All regularly employed, full-time employees on the regular payroll are eligible for the company’s employee insurance program and other benefits. The benefits under these programs are communicated to each associate at the commencement of full-time employment and are subject to change or discontinuance.

Bethany provides all benefit-eligible employees with the following benefits:

  • Vacation Time
  • Personal Time
  • Paid Holidays
  • Life Insurance ($50,000 Policy)
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Discounted cafeteria meals

Bethany offers several optional benefits to all benefit-eligible employees, including:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Health Savings Account
  • Vision Insurance
  • Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Supplemental Disability Insurance

More information can be retained by contacting Human Resources at 952-996-1479.

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