Employment

The Institution

Brewton-Parker College, tracing its origin to 1904, is a four-year, coeducational Christian liberal arts college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, offering more than twenty-five areas of undergraduate study to a diverse population of about 800 students in the micropolitan setting of Mount Vernon/Vidalia in the South-Central region of Georgia. As a Georgia Baptist institution, Brewton-Parker affirms the supremacy of Christ and expects members of the faculty and administration to model Christian values before the students, in their professional activities, and in their lives.
Non-discrimination Policy
Brewton-Parker College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law in any of its policies, practices, or procedures.  Brewton-Parker is an equal opportunity employer and seeks applicants from the culturally diverse community.
**Brewton-Parker College does not accept or retain unsolicited applications or resumes.**
 
Our Mission
As a comprehensive Georgia Baptist Institution, Brewton-Parker College provides liberal arts and professional programs in a learning community of shared Christian values through the application of biblical truth in scholarship and a co-curricular focus on character, servant leadership, and cultural engagement. The College strives to provide a transformational experience that equips the whole student for lifelong learning and service in Christ.
 
Our Vision
Brewton-Parker College strives to honor Jesus Christ in every area of the College.
 
Full-time Employee Benefits
Benefits include health, dental, vision, life and disability insurances.  Sick and vacation leave, retirement, paid holidays, reduced meal plan, and tuition scholarships are also offered as benefits to full-time employees.

Faculty Positions

Brewton-Parker College is currently seeking qualified course instructors in the following fields to teach part-time as classes may become available and subject to student enrollment, starting next term.

  • Art
  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Criminal Justice
  • Economics
  • English/Writing
  • History
  • Life Sciences (Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Ecology)
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics
  • Modern Languages (Spanish, French)
  • Music
  • Nursing
  • PE/Health
  • Physical Sciences (Chemistry, Physics, Geology, Astronomy, Geography)
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Student Success

Required Qualifications

Qualified candidates must have at least a master’s degree in the teaching discipline or a master’s degree in an allied field with a concentration in the teaching discipline (at least 18 graduate-level semester hours).  Doctoral or other terminal credentials are preferred, as well as related work experience in the field, professional licensure and certifications, or other demonstrated competencies and achievements that contribute to effective teaching and student learning.  The college offers classes on-site at its Mount Vernon campus, as well as online in its distance education programs.

Application Process

First, complete the online employment application. Next, email a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above, certified transcripts of all college-level work (unofficial acceptable for review), and a statement of Christian faith to Lynn Addison, laddison@bpc.edu, Associate Provost for External Programs.

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF SPORT MANAGEMENT

IN THE DIVISION OF EDUCATION & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

Fall 2024

Brewton-Parker College currently is seeking to fill a full-time faculty position in the Division of Education and Behavioral Sciences for Fall 2024.  Salary will be determined commensurate with academic credentials, experience, and other factors.

The College: Brewton-Parker College, tracing its origin to 1904, is a four-year, coeducational Christian comprehensive college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, offering thirty-eight programs of undergraduate and graduate study to a diverse population of about 800 students in the micropolitan setting of Mount Vernon/Vidalia in the South-Central region of Georgia.  As a Georgia Baptist institution, Brewton-Parker affirms the supremacy of Christ and expects faculty and administration members to model Christian values before the students, in their professional activities, and in their lives.

Assistant/Associate Professor of Sport Management: To begin at the start of the spring semester in August 2024, this position will provide inaugural faculty support for the college’s new Bachelor of Science in Sport Management degree program.  Responsibilities will include teaching, assisting admissions and marketing staff in recruitment for a new major, academic and career advisement, and all aspects of program coordination to ensure appropriate curricular content, quality, pedagogy, and currency in the discipline.  Qualified candidates must have at least a master’s degree in the field of sport management or in an allied discipline with at least a graduate concentration (18 semester hours) in the required teaching field.  Candidates with a terminal degree in the field will be preferred.

Application Procedure: All applicants first must complete the college’s online employment application at https://www.bpc.edu/about-bpc/information/employment/.  Please also submit a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above; a curriculum vitae; and names and contact information for at least three professional references by email to justin.russell@bpc.edu.  In addition, prospective candidates should include a “Statement of Personal Faith.” Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Brewton-Parker College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law in any of its policies, practices, or procedures.  Brewton-Parker is an equal-opportunity employer and seeks applicants from a culturally diverse community.

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS IN THE

DIVISION OF MATHEMATICS & NATURAL SCIENCES

FALL 2024

Brewton-Parker College currently is seeking to fill a full-time faculty position in the Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences for Fall 2024.  Salary will be determined commensurate with academic credentials, experience, and other factors.

The College: Brewton-Parker College, tracing its origin to 1904, is a four-year, coeducational Christian comprehensive college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, offering thirty-eight programs of undergraduate and graduate study to a diverse population of about 800 students in the micropolitan setting of Mount Vernon/Vidalia in the South-Central region of Georgia.  As a Georgia Baptist institution, Brewton-Parker affirms the supremacy of Christ and expects members of the faculty and administration to model Christian values before the students, in their professional activities, and in their lives.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics: To begin August 1, 2024, duties include teaching a variety of mathematics and statistics courses in support of the general education core and majors in the health and exercise science professions. The faculty member will teach primarily in-seat classes both on the main campus in Mount Vernon, Georgia, and also at one or more of five prison sites (average 33 miles distance from campus, mileage reimbursed) comprising the college’s prison education program. Qualified candidates must have at least a master’s degree in the field of mathematics, statistics, quantitative analysis, or some other allied discipline with at least a graduate concentration (18 semester hours) in the required teaching field.  Candidates with a terminal degree in the field and/or experience with teaching incarcerated adults or adjudicated youth will be preferred.

Application Procedure: All applicants first must complete the college’s online employment application at https://www.bpc.edu/about-bpc/information/employment/.  Please also submit a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above; a curriculum vitae; and names and contact information for at least three professional references by email to justin.russell@bpc.edu.  In addition, prospective candidates should include a “Statement of Personal Faith.” Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Brewton-Parker College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law in any of its policies, practices, or procedures.  Brewton-Parker is an equal opportunity employer and seeks applicants from the culturally diverse community.

FULL-TIME NURSING FACULTY POSITION

FALL SEMESTER 2024

 

Brewton-Parker College currently seeks to fill a full-time position on the nursing faculty in the School of Nursing for the 2024 fall semester. The college has received initial approval from the Georgia Board of Nursing and from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and will graduate the inaugural cohort in spring 2024. Salary and rank will be determined commensurate with academic credentials, licensure, experience, and other factors.

The College: Brewton-Parker College, tracing its origin to 1904, is a four-year, coeducational Christian comprehensive college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, offering twenty-four areas of undergraduate study to a diverse population of about 800 students in the micropolitan setting of Mount Vernon/Vidalia in the South-Central region of Georgia. As a Georgia Baptist institution, Brewton-Parker affirms the supremacy of Christ and expects members of the faculty and administration to model Christian values before the students, in their professional activities, and in their lives.

Nursing Faculty Position: To begin August 1, 2024, nursing faculty must hold at least a master of science degree in nursing (MSN), current Georgia or multistate (NLC) licensure as a registered nurse, BLS certification, and must be able to demonstrate the level of nursing experience and expertise needed to teach at the collegiate level. Preference will be given to candidates with a record of college-level instruction, a terminal degree in nursing, additional licensure and certifications, and/or prior related work experience.

Application Procedure: All applicants first must complete the college’s online employment application at https://www.bpc.edu/about-bpc/employment. Please also submit by email to Justin E. Russell, Provost (justin.russell@bpc.edu) a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above; a curriculum vitae; names and contact information for at least three professional references; and a statement of personal faith. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Brewton-Parker College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. Brewton-Parker is an equal opportunity employer and seeks applicants from the culturally diverse community.

Library Circulation Supervisor

Open Until Filled

Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist College in Mount Vernon, Georgia, seeks qualified applicants for a Library Circulation Supervisor. This position works under the direct supervision of the Director of Library Services. It provides administrative assistance in supervising federal and institutional work-study students; overseeing all aspects of circulation; compiling, maintaining, and reporting library statistics; keeping materials shelved and in proper order; and providing oversight for all aspects of library operations as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess at least a Bachelor’s degree with excellent communication skills and computer and technology skills. Special consideration will be given to candidates with previous library experience.

Application Procedure: All applicants first must complete the college’s online employment application at https://www.bpc.edu/about-bpc/employment

Please also submit a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above; a curriculum vitae; and names and contact information for at least three professional references, either by first-class mail addressed to the Office of Human Resources, Brewton-Parker College #2017, P. O. Box 197, Mount Vernon, GA 30445-0197; or by emailing the same to jshaffett@bpc.edu (mailto:jshaffett@bpc.edu). In

addition, prospective candidates should include a “Statement of Personal Faith.” Review of applications will begin? , and continue until the position is filled.

Brewton-Parker College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethic origin, age, disability, veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law in any of policies, practices, or procedures. Brewton-Parker is an equal opportunity employer and seeks applicants from the culturally diverse community.

Staff Positions

Position Profile:

The System Administrator (SA) works under the general direction of the Vice President of Communications and the specific direction of the Assistant Vice President for Information Technology (IT). The SA assumes responsibility for monitoring and facilitating the carious systems at Brewton-Parker College (BPC).

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

BPC has various systems that require monitoring, troubleshooting when issues arise, and a need for end- user training. The following are examples of BPC’s systems:

  • Learning Management System (LMS) for students to view classwork.
  • Student Information System (SIS) where student, personnel, and registration data are stored.
  • Active Directory (with Azure synch) where access/privileges are given to end-users.
  • Firewall and networking equipment.

Because IT is so detailed and specific, the duties following are representative but not exhaustive of the SA:

Responsibilities

  • provide users with technical support across various systems at BPC;
  • use scripting to automate workflows between various systems;
  • respond to needs and questions of users concerning commonly used business/productivity applications;
  • perform troubleshooting to isolate and diagnose problems;
  • install and test necessary computer software and hardware;
  • evaluate technical needs and make recommendations;
  • acquire bids on hardware and/or software needed;
  • assemble network components and associated services;
  • administer the network infrastructure and software systems;
  • set up and maintain basic computer/network operations, including assembly of network hardware;
  • install, upgrade and configure network printing, directory structures, rights, security, software and file services;
  • establish network users, user environments, directories and security for networks being installed;
  • develop procedures and structures for technical support;
  • track software license;
  • supervise computer service staff and lab assistants;
  • work collaboratively with other members of IT;
  • take reasonable action to assure the authorized use and security of data, networks and communications transiting the system or network;
  • perform other duties as assigned by the Assistant Vice President for Information Technology.

Requirements:

  • minimum 3 years of professional IT experience;
  • basic competency in PowerShell and Python;
  • basic knowledge of database structures;
  • IT certifications and degrees are preferred but not required

Contact for Interpretation: Vice President of Finance

This policy statement supersedes all previous policy statements on this subject.

A part-time position under the direction of the Director of Student Activities, each lifeguard will be expected to work between 6 and 15 hours per week.   Pool clientele is limited to students and employees of Brewton-Parker.  The Lifeguard is responsible for safeguarding pool attendees and allowing only approved individuals to gain entry.  The Lifeguard is also responsible for the upkeep of the pool area during their shift and to report any problems identified to his/her supervisor.

Qualifications

  • Current lifeguard certification
  • Current CPR/First Aid certification

Job Summary:

The housekeeper performs a variety of tasks alone or with coworkers. These tasks may include assisting with extra workload, covering absences and vacations, and supplementing crews to meet needs.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

· Must be able to work with and oversee student workers.

Duties/Responsibilities:

· Cleans and disinfects classrooms, and Hallways.

· Vacuums, sweeps and mops floors, carpets, and rugs.

· Cleans and sanitizes bathrooms, showers, toilets, sinks, and countertops.

· Replenishes toiletries and towels.

· Empties trash receptacles.

· Cleans windows and entryways.

· Reports any building maintenance issues to the Director or Assistant Director of Plant Operations.

· Performs other related duties as assigned.

Required Skills/Abilities:

· Ability to listen, understand, and follow directions and complete assignments.

· Ability to work in a variety of situations.

· Organizational and time management skills.

Education and Experience:

· Previous experience preferred.

Physical Requirements:

· Prolonged periods standing and walking.

· Must be able to climb step ladders, bend, kneel, and crouch.

· Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds at times

THIS IS A FULL TIME POSITION HOUSED IN TWO DIFFERENT AREAS:

· PART-TIME RECORDS CLERK – OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

· PART TIME ASSISTANT TO THE DEAN OF TEMPLE BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

Brewton-Parker College currently is seeking to fill the full-time support staff position to fullfill the roles of “Records Clerk” in the Office of the Registrar within the Academic Services area as well as “Assistant to the Dean” in our Temple Baptist Theological Seminary, to start in the 2024 fall semester. Compensation will be determined commensurate with credentials, experience, and other factors.

The College:

Brewton-Parker College, tracing its origin to 1904, is a four-year, coeducational Christian comprehensive college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, offering twenty-four areas of undergraduate study to a diverse population of about 750 students in the micropolitan setting of Mount Vernon/Vidalia in the South-Central region of Georgia. As a Georgia Baptist institution, Brewton-Parker affirms the supremacy of Christ and expects members of the faculty and administration to model Christian values before the students, in their professional activities, and in their lives.

Records Clerk in the Office of the Registrar:

To begin August 1st, applicants must have a working knowledge of computer systems, including the use of Microsoft Office applications, Spreadsheets, Windows, and network systems. The successful applicant must have at least an bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) and be able to demonstrate strong data entry skills with a background in custodial records maintenance and/or report production. Applicants who also can demonstrate a general knowledge of the environment and practices of higher education will be preferred. The Records Clerk serves as first contact for visitors to the Registrar’s Office and therefore should demonstrate excellent reception, hospitality, and people skills. The successful candidate also will assist in all records management functions of the Registrar’s Office and will report directly to the Registrar (or designee).

Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Temple Baptist Theological Seminary:

Temple Baptist Theological Seminary seeks an Administrative Assistant to the Dean to commence duties on August 1st. The ideal candidate should possess a proficient understanding of computer systems, including Microsoft Office applications, Spreadsheets, Windows, and network systems. Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and excellent communication abilities are essential. Responsibilities will include facilitating communication and coordination between Seminary faculty, students (both graduate and undergraduate), and potential students at all levels. Additionally, the successful candidate will collaborate with the Dean to support the growth of GBBI (Georgia Baptist Bible Institute) and ensure accurate data and record keeping across all Seminary operations. The Administrative Assistant will report directly to the Dean of the Seminary or designated authority.

Application Procedure:

All applicants first must complete the college’s online employment application at http://www.bpc.edu/about-bpc/employment. Please also submit a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above; a résumé; and names and contact information for at least three professional references by emailing same to justin.russell@bpc.edu. In addition, prospective candidates should include a “Statement of Personal Faith.”

Brewton-Parker College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. Brewton-Parker is an equal opportunity employer and seeks applicants from the culturally diverse community.

Brewton-Parker College currently seeks a full-time “Professional Tutor” to work collaboratively with professionals in other areas to staff a new Student Enrichment Center (SEC) that will serve as the framework for increased student engagement and success with the goal of whole student development. The SEC is part of a five-year plan called the EPICC initiative (“Enrichment, Persistence, and Innovation in Christian Community”) supported by a SIP grant (“Strengthening Institutions Program”) awarded by the U. S. Department of Education pursuant to Part A of Title III.

The College:

Brewton-Parker College, tracing its origin to 1904, is a four-year, coeducational Christian comprehensive college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, offering thirty-eight programs of undergraduate and graduate study to a diverse population of about 800 students in the micropolitan setting of Mount Vernon/Vidalia in the South-Central region of Georgia. As a Georgia Baptist institution, Brewton-Parker affirms the supremacy of Christ and expects members of the faculty and administration to model Christian values before the students, in their professional activities, and in their lives.

Professional Tutor:

To begin in May 1, 2024, or as soon thereafter as possible, the successful incumbent will provide individual and group academic coaching and tutoring to students in mathematics, natural and social sciences, writing, and other subjects as needed, particularly in the general education core curriculum. The professional tutor also will collaborate with faculty and staff to assist students in developing effective study habits, time management skills, and organization techniques.

Qualified candidates must have a bachelor’s degree and at least two years experience working in education or a related field as a tutor. The successful candidate also should demonstrate expertise in one or more subject areas, and experience tutoring across a range of disciplines. Experience should include interacting with students from diverse social, economic, and cultural backgrounds, including those from low-income, rural, and/or first-generation families. Candidates should possess knowledge of best practices in tutoring and academic support, including the use of technology to enhance student learning.

Application Procedure:

All applicants first must complete the college’s online employment application at https://www.bpc.edu/about-bpc/information/employment/. Please also submit a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above; a curriculum vitae; and names and contact information for at least three professional references by email to justin.russell@bpc.edu. In addition, prospective candidates should include a “Statement of Personal Faith.” Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Brewton-Parker College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. Brewton-Parker is an equal opportunity employer and seeks applicants from the culturally diverse community.

Brewton-Parker College currently seeks a full-time “Student Success Coach” to work collaboratively with professionals in other areas to staff a new Student Enrichment Center (SEC) that will serve as the framework for increased student engagement and success with the goal of whole student development. The SEC is part of a five-year plan called the EPICC initiative (“Enrichment, Persistence, and Innovation in Christian Community”) supported by a SIP grant (“Strengthening Institutions Program”) awarded by the U. S. Department of Education pursuant to Part A of Title III.

The College:

Brewton-Parker College, tracing its origin to 1904, is a four-year, coeducational Christian comprehensive college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, offering thirty-eight programs of undergraduate and graduate study to a diverse population of about 800 students in the micropolitan setting of Mount Vernon/Vidalia in the South-Central region of Georgia. As a Georgia Baptist institution, Brewton-Parker affirms the supremacy of Christ and expects members of the faculty and administration to model Christian values before the students, in their professional activities, and in their lives.

Student Success Coach:

To begin May 1, 2024, or as soon thereafter as possible, the successful incumbent will conduct one-on-one coaching sessions with at-risk students to help them identify academic goals and develop plans to achieve those goals, including study skills, time management techniques, problem-solving, and other strategies to improve academic performance. The success coach also will guide students in identifying and using available resources and support services, including the EAB Navigate™ data application, to implement successful interventions.

Qualified candidates must have at least a bachelor’s degree in education, counseling, psychology, or a related field (graduate degree preferred) and also must have at least two years experience in academic coaching, counseling, or other academic support services related to higher education. Experience should include interacting with students from diverse social, economic, and cultural backgrounds, including those from low-income, rural, and/or first-generation families.

Application Procedure:

All applicants first must complete the college’s online employment application at https://www.bpc.edu/about-bpc/information/employment/. Please also submit a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above; a curriculum vitae; and names and contact information for at least three professional references by email to justin.russell@bpc.edu. In addition, prospective candidates should include a “Statement of Personal Faith.” Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Base annual salary for this position is $38,000.

Brewton-Parker College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. Brewton-Parker is an equal opportunity employer and seeks applicants from the culturally diverse community.

Title III Student Success Positions

Brewton-Parker College currently seeks to fill the full-time administrative position of “Title III Project Director” under a SIP grant (“Strengthening Institutions Program”) awarded by the U. S. Department of Education pursuant to Part A of Title III. The project to be managed is the EPICC initiative (“Enrichment, Persistence, and Innovation in Christian Community”), a five-year plan to establish, staff, and equip a new Student Enrichment Center to provide a comprehensive framework for increased student engagement and retention.

The College:

Brewton-Parker College, tracing its origin to 1904, is a four-year, coeducational Christian comprehensive college accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, offering thirty-eight programs of undergraduate and graduate study to a diverse population of about 800 students in the micropolitan setting of Mount Vernon/Vidalia in the South-Central region of Georgia. As a Georgia Baptist institution, Brewton-Parker affirms the supremacy of Christ and expects members of the faculty and administration to model Christian values before the students, in their professional activities, and in their lives.

Title III Project Director:

The successful incumbent will be responsible to ensure implementation of the EPICC initiative in accordance with USDE regulations, policies, procedures, schedules, and goals, and with all college policies and procedures. The incumbent also will work directly under the president of the college and will oversee fiscal management of the project in counsel with the president and the chief financial officer to achieve key performance indicators for success of the project.

Qualified candidates must have at least a master’s degree in educational administration or related field and a minimum of two years direct experience in management of state and/or federal grant programs. Familiarity with administration of USDE Title III SIP grants is preferred, with experience managing large projects, teams, and budgets. Preferred candidates also should be able to document experience with minority and/or academically underprepared learners.

Application Procedure:

All applicants first must complete the college’s online employment application at https://www.bpc.edu/about-bpc/information/employment/. Please also submit a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above; a curriculum vitae; and names and contact information for at least three professional references by email to justin.russell@bpc.edu. In addition, prospective candidates should include a “Statement of Personal Faith.” Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

Brewton-Parker College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. Brewton-Parker is an equal opportunity employer and seeks applicants from the culturally diverse community.

Athletic Positions

Student Positions

Brewton-Parker College is seeking to fill a student worker position in the plant operations department. The Student Worker performs a variety of tasks under close supervision of higher-level employees. These tasks may include assisting with the extra workload, covering absences and vacations, and supplementing crews to meet unusual changes in the production area or in the weather. 

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Maintains a working area free from debris and dirt, and readies or puts away tools as assigned.
  • Closely follows directions to operate machinery, hold or supply materials and tools, and load or unload items.
  • Cares for the property by cutting grass, repairing the yard, pulling and discarding weeds, or shoveling and removing debris.
  • Performs any unskilled job around the campus.
  • May be trained to operate various hand tools and small equipment.
  • Reports any issues to supervisor or higher-level employee.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Required Skills/Abilities:  

  • Ability to listen, understand, and follow directions.
  • Ability to work in a variety of roles, alone or in a group.

Education and Experience:

  • Previous experience preferred.
  • On-the-job training offered.

Physical Requirements:

  • Prolonged periods standing and walking.
  • Must be able to lift up to 45 pounds at times.
  • Must be able to climb ladders, bend, or crawl into awkward spaces.
  • Manual dexterity as needed to operate a variety of machinery and equipment.
  • Must be able to work in a variety of weather conditions and tolerate exposure to typical noises and smells associated with maintenance and trades work.

We are thrilled to offer many work-study positions across campus. To apply, follow the simple steps below:

  1. Complete the online work-study application listed towards the top of this page.
  2. Visit the office(s) in which you are interested to request an interview.

The following offices offer work-study positions:

  • Academics
  • Admissions
  • Athletics
  • Business Office
  • Community Services
  • Tutoring
  • Financial Aid
  • Marketing
  • Plant Operations
  • Post Office
  • Registrar
  • Student Affairs
  • Technology
  • Library

*Obtaining an interview does not guarantee a position in any of the offices above, however, we encourage you to contact these offices as soon as possible.

If you have any questions, contact Keri Nester – knester@bpc.edu

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Joanna Phillips-Mock

Student Enrichment Director

Joanna Phillips-Mock is a proud third generation Baron, both as a student and a staff member.

Beginning her teaching career in Middle Georgia in 1995, Mrs. Mock worked with a state funded program that served some of the most disadvantaged special needs students within the local school districts. She ultimately moved into leadership positions within the organization, serving and training others in multiple initiatives. She enjoys working with students of all ages to recognize and to achieve their greatest potential.

Mrs. Mock holds a Bachelor’s degree from Brewton-Parker College, a Master's degree in Education with a concentration in Behavior Disorders, and an Education Specialist degree in Educational Administration from Georgia College and State University. She resides in Ailey, Georgia, with her husband Don, their son Tye Lewis, her mother Carol Joyce, and multiple fur babies. She enjoys traveling, gardening, camping, and attending concerts.

Candace Lilford

Profeessional Tutor

Candace Lilford graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Theatre Generalism in 2021 from Anderson University and with her master’s degree in English Literature in 2023 from the University of Alabama. She presently serves as Professional Tutor for the Student Enrichment Center while also teaching sections of ENG 101 and 102. 

As part of her two-year master's program, Ms. Lilford taught sections of ENG 101 and 102, while also serving as teaching assistant for British Literature Survey courses and volunteering in the university’s Writing Center. Ms Lilford has also presented papers at the Hudson Strode Conference and the South Eastern Christian and Literature Conference as well as working on various theatrical productions.

Born in North Carolina of South African descent, Ms. Lilford has lived in Uganda, Botswana, South Africa, and Trinidad before settling in Mount Vernon with her family in 2016, where she attended Brewton-Parker College as a dual enrollment student. She presently resides in Mount Vernon with her family and spends her free time watching old TV shows.

Linda Armstrong

Academic Advising and Career Specialist

Linda Armstrong earned an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice Technology from Southeastern Technical College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Walden University. Throughout her career, Linda has worked with diverse populations, including at-risk youth and families and youth in crisis because of mental health and other issues. Her empathetic nature has made her an effective advocate for those in need. In addition to her professional work, Linda is also is committed to volunteerism. She has dedicated countless hours as a youth mentor, and to teaching about her faith at various Christian organizations. She believes in the power of positivity and its ability to transform not only her life but also the lives of others.

"If you must look back, do so forgivingly. If you will look forward, do so prayerfully. But the wisest course would be to be present in the present gratefully." ~ Maya Angelou

Willie Ford

Academic Advising and Career Specialist

Greetings, Baron Nation!

It's truly a joy to be back in a place that has shaped me so profoundly. I'm Willie Ford, a proud 2022 graduate of historic Brewton-Parker College, holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a Minor in Education. Following my graduation, I embarked on a journey in education, teaching Special Education within the Vidalia City School District. In addition to my role as an educator, I had the privilege of serving as the Unit Director at the J.D. Rabun Boys and Girls Club. All the while, I was honored to pastor at the esteemed New Hope Baptist Church of Rhine, Georgia. With God's grace, I managed these responsibilities, and now, I'm thrilled and ready to contribute to the welfare of our students, aiming to inspire through service.

Dusty Arnold

Mental Health Counselor

Dusty Arnold  is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst as well as a BPC alumnus. He has years of experience working with a variety of mental health issues including anxiety, grief, and challenges related to Autism. He specializes in behavior-related interventions that can help college students build on their strengths to set achievable goals while also learning how to deal with the thoughts and feelings that sometimes get in the way. He incorporates Biblical values and evidence-based treatments to meet students wherever they happen to be on their journey to spiritual and psychological health. 

Carl Anthony "Tony" Wardlaw

Assistant Student Enrichment Director & Student Success Coach

Carl Anthony “Tony” Wardlaw – For over 25 years, Dr. Wardlaw has worked in leadership, counseling, and pastoring. Beginning with working in middle management for a manufacturing company in Douglas, GA, Dr. Wardlaw has also worked in the academic, nonprofit, public, and private sectors. Additionally, he served over 7 years in the United States Military as a Military Intelligence Officer before resigning his commission as a Captain in the Army.

Currently serving as the Assistant Director of the Student Enrichment Center, Student Success Coach, and Adjunct Faculty at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, GA, he also serves as the Pastor of The Green Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Dublin, GA.

As a member of the renowned International Gospel Singing Group, The Wardlaw Brothers, Dr. Wardlaw has traveled all over the nation and abroad ministering and singing the Gospel of Christ Jesus. Dr. Wardlaw has served as a consultant for various agencies and has worked as a Fatherhood Coordinator and G.E.D. instructor within the Technical College System of Georgia and participates in local and national civic and philanthropic work.

Dr. Wardlaw holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in International Business from the University of Georgia, two master's degrees from Troy University (Master of Science in Clinical Counseling and Psychology and Master of Education in Counseling), and a Doctorate in Education from Argosy University in Organizational Leadership. Dr. Wardlaw is a Lifetime Silver Member of The NAACP and a member of The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. He is happily married to the former Mrs. Stephanie Scott. They have 3 Children; Chambria, Marc, and Carleigh.

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