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.**

FALL 2021

Brewton-Parker College currently is seeking to fill a full-time position on the psychology faculty in the Division of Education & Behavioral Sciences for the fall 2021 semester.  Salary and academic rank 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 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.

 Assistant Professor of Psychology: To begin August 16th, 2021, duties include teaching a variety of courses both in support of the general education core and in the college’s bachelor of arts degree program in psychology.  Qualified candidates must have a Ph.D., Psy.D., or other terminal degree in the field of psychology counseling or in an allied discipline with at least a graduate concentration (18 semester hours) in the required teaching field.  Preference will be given to candidates with a record of college-level teaching and/or scholarship over 2-3 years, including experience as a teaching assistant during graduate studies.  Candidates who hold associate or full licensure as a professional counselor from the state of Georgia or those eligible for licensure by endorsement in Georgia of credentials issued by another state also will be preferred.

 Application Process
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 curriculum vitae; a statement of personal faith; and names and contact information for at least three professional references by emailing same to rbrian@bpc.edu.  Review of applications will begin February 22nd and continue until the position is filled.

Brewton-Parker College currently is seeking to fill a full-time position on the education faculty in the Division of Education & Behavioral Sciences for the fall 2021 semester. Salary and academic rank 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 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.

Assistant/Associate Professor of Education: To begin August 16th, 2021, duties include supporting the college’s bachelor of science degree programs in early childhood and middle grades education by teaching select courses in educational foundations, curriculum and instruction, reading and literacy instruction, and/or other fields as necessary, as well as working with the college’s clinical partners and teacher candidates in field and internship experiences. Qualified candidates must have a Ph.D., Ed.D., or other terminal degree in the field of education or in an allied discipline with at least a graduate concentration (18 semester hours) in the required teaching field. Preference will be given to candidates with 5-7 years of teaching experience in the public sector and/or those who can demonstrate a record of successful administration for 3-5 years either in the P-12 or postsecondary environment.

Application Process
First, Complete the online employment application. Next, please submit a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above; a curriculum vitae; a statement of personal faith; and names and contact information for at least three professional references by emailing same to rbrian@bpc.edu. Review of applications will begin February 22nd and continue until the position is filled.

Brewton-Parker College has an immediate opening for an Assistant Wrestling Coach.  The assistant coach will be responsible for supporting the head coach’s efforts directing all aspects of the wrestling program, including scheduling, recruiting, coaching games and practices, logistics of travel, compliance, and developing the entire student-athlete – spiritually, academically, athletically.  Brewton-Parker competes in the ultra-competitive Mid-South Conference within the NAIA.

Applicants must first and foremost be committed to discipleship of their student-athletes. The successful applicant will also sign a “Lifestyle Standard Agreement”.  The program will be conducted in accordance with all Brewton-Parker College and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) rules, regulations, and policies, and must promote the mission and vision of Brewton-Parker College as well as the goals and objectives of the athletic department.

Qualifications
Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree. The successful candidate will have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and the ability to successfully disciple student athletes.  Also, strong organizational skills, the ability to manage multiple tasks and work within a budget; have excellent written and oral skills; knowledge of computer applications, fundraising, event planning, camps and financial management; the ability to work weekends, evenings, including travel; and can demonstrate commitment to or experience working with diverse populations.  Candidates must be able to recruit mission appropriate student athletes at a high level within scholarship structure as determined by VP of Enrollment Services and Athletics.  Must be able to lift and move equipment, maintain a valid driver’s license and transport the team as needed.

Application Process
First, Complete the online employment application. Next, email a letter of interest, and statement of Christian faith along with at least three professional references to knester@bpc.edu.

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.  Lifeguard is responsible for safeguarding pool attendees and allowing only approved individuals to gain entry.  Lifeguard is responsible for the upkeep of pool area during their shift and to report any problems identified to his/her supervisor.

Qualifications:

  • Current lifeguard certification
  • Current CPR/First Aid certification

Closing Date: Open until filled

Position Summary
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
  • Christian Studies
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Criminal Justice
  • Economics
  • Education (Early Childhood, Middle Grades)
  • English/Writing
  • History
  • Life Sciences (Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Ecology)
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics
  • Modern Languages (Spanish, French)
  • Music
  • 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
All applicants first must complete the college’s online employment application here.  Please also email the following items directly to E. Lynn Addison, Associate Provost for External Programs at laddison@bpc.edu:

  • a letter of interest that briefly addresses the qualifications listed above
  • certified transcripts of all college-level work (unofficial acceptable for review) 
  • an a statement of Christian faith (narrative of how you came to have a personal relationship with Christ and your current involvement in ministry and worship through a local church).

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 below
  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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