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OUR MISSION • TAKING THE CHURCH TO WHERE IT’S NOT

Bethany International equips the next generation to share the Good News with those with little to no access to the Gospel. We train students, send missionaries, and partner with local people all over the world so that all will know the name of Jesus Christ—this is the Great Commission.

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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)

Graduate Adjunct Faculty, Bloomington, MN (online)        

Job Overview

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.

Core Skills for Roles at Bethany

  • Effective communication skills benefit internal and external relationships.
  • Digital knowledge, experience, or ability to learn technology.
  • Team player—works well with others!
  • Teachable and quickly pick up on new ideas, processes, and procedures.
  • Will take initiative to do what needs to be done.
  • Servant heart and attitude—no task is too small. Willingness to serve where and when needed.

Key Competencies & Experience Needed for this Job

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Assist and perform all other duties as assigned.

Objectives

  • Goals of your department.
  • Audience(s) you serve.
  • Personal and professional growth opportunities desired for this role.

Working Conditions

  • Online environment
  • Hours 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 environment

Basic Info on Role

Department Association

Faculty

Status

Part-time: hourly based on credit load

Reports to SVP, Bethany Global University

Last Updated January 2023

 

Undergraduate Adjunct (online)

Undergraduate Adjunct Faculty, Bloomington, MN (online)   

Job Overview

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.

Core Skills for Roles at Bethany

  • Effective communication skills benefit internal and external relationships.
  • Digital knowledge, experience, or ability to learn technology.
  • Team player—works well with others!
  • Teachable and quickly pick up on new ideas, processes, and procedures.
  • Will take initiative to do what needs to be done.
  • Servant heart and attitude—no task is too small. Willingness to serve where and when needed.

Key Competencies & Experience Needed for this Job

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Assist and perform all other duties as assigned.

Objectives

  • Goals of your department.
  • Audience(s) you serve.
  • Personal and professional growth opportunities desired for this role.

Working Conditions

  • Online environment
  • Hours 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 environment

 Basic Info on Role

Department Association

Faculty

Status

Part-time: hourly based on credit load

Reports to

SVP, Bethany Global University

Last Updated January 2023

Undergraduate Adjunct (in-person)

Undergraduate Adjunct Faculty, Bloomington, MN  

Job Overview

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.

Core Skills for Roles at Bethany

  • Effective communication skills benefit internal and external relationships.
  • Digital knowledge, experience, or ability to learn technology.
  • Team player—works well with others!
  • Teachable and quickly pick up on new ideas, processes, and procedures.
  • Will take initiative to do what needs to be done.
  • Servant heart and attitude—no task is too small. Willingness to serve where and when needed.

 

Key Competencies & Experience Needed for this Job

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Assist and perform all other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions

  • Ability to commute to and from campus weekly
  • Classroom environment
  • Standing for extended periods of time
  • Hours 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 environment

Basic Info on Role

Department Association

Faculty

Status

Part-time: hourly based on credit load

Reports to

Academic Dean  

Last Updated January 2023

Undergraduate Adjunct (in-person) - Linguistics

Undergraduate Adjunct Faculty, Bloomington, MN  

Job Overview

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.

Core Skills for Roles at Bethany

  • Effective communication skills benefit internal and external relationships.
  • Digital knowledge, experience, or ability to learn technology.
  • Team player—works well with others!
  • Teachable and quickly pick up on new ideas, processes, and procedures.
  • Will take initiative to do what needs to be done.
  • Servant heart and attitude—no task is too small. Willingness to serve where and when needed.

Key Competencies & Experience Needed for this Job

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Assist and perform all other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions

  • Ability to commute to and from campus weekly
  • Classroom environment
  • Standing for extended periods of time
  • Hours 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 environment

Basic Info on Role

Department Association

Faculty

Status

Part-time: hourly based on credit load

Reports to

Academic Dean  

Last Updated January 2023

Bethany Gateways Regional Care Coordinator

Regional Care Coordinator Job Description

Job Overview

In partnership with Regional Leaders and the Member Care Team, the Regional Care Coordinator (RCC) will proactively and reactively provide or facilitate member care for field workers 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.

Core Skills for Roles at Bethany

  • Effective communication skills benefit internal and external relationships.
  • Digital knowledge, experience, or ability to learn technology.
  • Team player—works well with others!
  • Teachable and quickly pick up on new ideas, processes, and procedures.
  • Recognize big ideas, but also pay attention to details, are organized, good at planning and possess the ability to manage multiple projects at the same time.
  • Will take initiative to do what needs to be done.
  • Servant heart and attitude—no task is too small. Willingness to serve where and when needed.

Key Competencies & Experience Needed for this Job

  • Must complete application, partnership development, and pre-field process in advance of fielding.
  • Experience needed. Note this is not an entry level member care position.
  • Develop network of member care providers within the region who are available to provide member care services.
  • Identify member care needs within the region.
  • Mobilize member care resources to appropriately respond to needs within the region.
  • Provide consultation for Regional/Field/Team Leaders on personnel needs, policies, options, and resources.
  • Identify, train, and consult regularly with Care Facilitators (CF) in each Field/Team.
  • Promote best practice member care through training events, equipping toward health and resilience of individuals and teams.
  • 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).
  • Attend regional/field/team conferences/retreats, as requested, or scheduled. Coordinate member care activities during events with leadership.
  • Encourage personnel, and facilitate teambuilding and conflict resolution, where requested by Regional/Field/Team Leaders and/or CFs.
  • 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.
  • Maintain regular (minimum of monthly) contact with the Regional Leader providing needed updates and reports.
  • Maintain regular (minimum of monthly) contact with the Director of Member Care providing needed updates and reports, sharing resources and resource needs.
  • Participate in monthly Member Care Team Zoom calls to maintain an overview of Bethany global member care program, evaluate progress, plan for new programs/resources, network, and provide mutual care within the Member Care Team.
  • Submit an annual member care budget for the region in collaboration with the Regional Leader and Director of Member Care.
  • Pursue ongoing training in member care as continuing education and remaining up to date on current trends, networking, and acquiring new resources.
  • 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.
  • Assist and perform all other duties as assigned.

Objectives

  • 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 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.

Working Conditions

  • In a region where Bethany International missionaries are located.
  • Travel required

Basic Info on Role

Department Association

Bethany International

Status

Missionary. Must complete Missionary Application Process with Bethany International. Must raise full support in advance of fielding.

Reports to

Director of Member Care

Last Updated

March 2023

 

 

Maintenance Technician HVAC & Plumbing for College Campus

Job Overview

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for overseeing and performing the maintenance and preventative maintenance for all the facilities and mechanical equipment of the Bethany International Bloomington Campus.  Other duties include supporting the Services department and Bethany International as needs may arise to the best of my abilities and to the honor and glory of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Core Skills for Roles at Bethany

  • Effective communication skills benefit internal and external relationships.
  • Digital knowledge, experience, or ability to learn technology.
  • Team player—works well with others!
  • Teachable and quickly pick up on new ideas, processes, and procedures.
  • Recognize big ideas, but also pay attention to details, are organized, good at planning and possess the ability to manage multiple projects at the same time.
  • Will take initiative to do what needs to be done.
  • Servant heart and attitude—no task is too small. Willingness to serve where and when needed.

Key Competencies & Experience Needed for this Job

  • 5+ years of experience as a maintenance supervisor.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • A working understanding of CMMS software, carpentry, electrical systems, and mechanical systems.
  • A working knowledge of how various facilities, machines, and equipment work.
  • Must have a basic knowledge of Word and Excel.
  • MN Special Engineer Boiler License or willing to get license upon hire.
  • Trade related certifications in HVAC and/or Plumbing
  • Work well a variety of people (Services staff, residents, contractors, service providers, and other campus staff)
  • Valid Driver’s License Required

Objectives

  • Troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair heating and cooling systems both commercial and residential on college campus working with company vendors when necessary.
  • Manage all plumbing equipment, purchases, and inventory.
  • Coordinate annual fire sprinkler inspections, repairs, and upgrades.
  • Manage all appliance equipment in dormitories and apartments fixing and replacing when necessary.
  • Manage an efficient and effective preventive maintenance schedule on all systems.
  • Provide training and development opportunities to all maintenance staff.
  • Carry out performance evaluations and appraisals.
  • Manage related budget and inventory.
  • Create preventative maintenance programs, schedules, and records.
  • Maintains working knowledge of departmental safety procedures. Attends safety-training programs and in-service as required for continued development.
  • Maintain facility in compliance with local, state, and federal codes and regulations, including OSHA and other pertinent and applicable regulatory bodies.
  • Perform maintenance inspections of all facilities to identify any issues that need to be resolved.
  • Work with other maintenance team on project assisting in other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions

  • Work both indoors and outdoors year-round.
  • Exposure to noise, chemicals, dust, and heights, while operating hand tools, power tools and equipment.
  • Able to lift 50 pounds on a regular basis.
  • Be available for after-hours emergencies.

Benefits & Compensation

  • Pay: $35.00-$50.00 per hour based on experience
  • Benefits Health, Dental, Vision, & HSA

 

Services Coordinator

Job Overview

To provide administrative and secretarial support for the Facility and Services Department: Coordinate rentals with internal contacts of the organization as well as external groups of renters.

Recommended Education & Required Skills

  • High School Diploma
  • 2 Years of Customer Service/Office Experience or else an equivalent college degree.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Programs and Adobe Sign. Additional experience using CRM systems is preferred.

Key Competencies and Responsibilities –

  • Office Administration
  • Assures the effectiveness of the Bethany facilities and services office.
  • Assists the VP of Facilities
  • Provide administrative support for the Facilities and Maintenance Department
    • Directs the proper operation of maintenance work orders through Facilities Management Express (FMX).
    • Sorts and distributes mail.
    • Documents expenses and income.
    • Organizes paper and electronic files.
    • Oversees registration and files for vehicles and trailers.
    • Manages day-to-day usage and upkeep of facilities.
    • Coordinate Housing and Facility Rentals
    • Work with the VP of Facilities to maintain the budget for rentals.
    • Handle rent collections and communicate with renters upon late rent notices from the Finance office.
    • Tour and present available apartments with prospective residents.
    • Administer the leasing and renewal process from start to finish.
    • Build and maintain long-term relationships with residents by addressing and responding to requests, questions, and concerns; make referrals to VP of facilities and the maintenance department as needed.
    • Understand and comply with Fair Housing Laws.
    • Arrange Apartment Rentals
    • Provide communication between the Services Department and the residents.
    • Supervise Guest Services
    • Schedule Guest Room Bookings.
    • Distribute keys and guest information.
    • Collect fees and record payment.
    • Facilitate guestroom cleaning.
    • Oversee the Housekeeping Department and ensure that rooms are prepared and ready for guests who arrive.
    • Scheduling Campus Facilities (Barn, Chapel, Classrooms, Athletic Fields, Guestrooms, Gym, Large Dining Room, Private Dining Room, and Auditorium).
    • Manage the calendar and schedule room reservations.
    • Distribution of keys.
    • Ensure proper setup of the space.
    • Collection of security deposits and fees.
    • Conduct facilities billing.
    • Customer Service
    • First point of contact for the Services Office.
    • Provides general information pertaining to services offered as it relates to maintenance and facilities.
    • Respond to customers’ requests or complaints.
    • Oversee Student Housing
    • Assign Housing Placements
    • Work to fit all students in building capacities.
    • Assign roommates.
    • Communicate Housing to students.
    • Campus Security
    • Campus Safety
    • Communicate with students and relay the campus safety regulations.
    • Record all crime statistics.
    • Oversee the Annual Security Report compliance.
    • Fire Safety
      • Coordinate Fire Drills
      • Keep a record of times/numbers/information from the fire drills on file.
  • Assist and perform all other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions/Physical Requirements

  • Must be able to be on screen 8 hours per day.
  • Able to lift 15 pounds.
  • Overtime expectations as needed (early mornings, evenings, or weekends)

Last Updated • October 2023

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

For more information, contact Human Resources at 952.996.1479

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