Clearwater Christian College personnel needs are posted as they are released by our Human Resources office and are categorized as either Faculty or Staff openings. All prospective applicants should familiarize themselves with our doctrinal statement, mission and purpose, and history under About Us before further inquiry.
All inquiries should begin by sending a letter of application and a copy of one's resume or curriculum vitae, including a complete list of references, to Human Resources. Email letters with attached resumes or vitae are accepted.
In accordance to government requirements, the college provides an Annual Security Report online for all interested persons. This report outlines required procedures and past reports of crime on our campus.
Mathematics Faculty Opening
The person hired for this position will teach upper level mathematics and area specialty courses in the Mathematics Department of the Science Division. The position focuses on the pure mathematics, applied mathematics, and mathematics education majors. This position includes face-to-face and online course development for the traditional mathematics student and future programs in adult education.
Position Duties and Responsibilities:
Experience and Qualification Requirements:
- Maintain a full time teaching load as assigned by the department or division chair.
- Serve as program “champion” for undergraduate programs in assigned area.
- Provide a solid model of Christian ethical leadership
- Develop new courses within the area of expertise, establishing clearly-defined course objectives, and well-structured assignments and activities that result in student learning.
- Select textbooks in conjunction with the division chair, and utilize textbooks and teaching materials effectively.
- Communicate the gospel into the assigned courses and assist students in understanding how to handle problems with a Christian response from a Christian worldview.
- Actively engage in research in the field of expertise, and work collaboratively with students in research and learning activities.
- Serve on faculty committees, as assigned by the Dean of Academics, within the guidelines of the Faculty Manual.
- Advise students in the assigned major, after the first year of teaching.
- Facilitate the creation, execution, pedagogical appropriateness of instruction, and evaluation of classes each semester, as required, and oversee the major concentration.
- Contribute to the development of library resources in the area of teaching expertise, and assist in weeding outdated materials.
- File updated syllabi for all courses each semester in the office of the Dean of Academics.
- Attend all assigned meetings and chapel services.
- Develop professionally in ways that will enhance course content.
- Work to continually improve the instruction of every class.
- Observe regular office hours.
Working Conditions/Special Requirements:
- The candidate is required to have successfully completed a Ph.D. in mathematics.
- The candidate should have demonstrated excellence in teaching and program development.
- The candidate having published research and writings is desirable.
- The candidate should have the ability to utilize Windows-based software including, Word and Excel.
- The candidate who has the ability to teach programming is preferable.
- The candidate must possess a desire to teach mathematics in a Christian collegiate environment with a commitment to the gospel and to understanding and teaching mathematics from a Christian worldview.
- The candidate’s references should include his or her pastor or another appropriate church leader who knows the candidate and can attest to his or her testimony and participation in the church.
- Application materials should include a personal statement that addresses how a maturing Christian faith finds expression in the candidate’s personal life, family life, community life, and current church membership. The faith statement should also address how the candidate integrates faith into his or her academic discipline, both inside and outside the classroom.
- The position requires working in a non-smoking, alcohol and drug free environment.
- The employee must adhere to FERPA guidelines and student confidentiality at all times.
- The employee must have high personal motivation, give attention to detail and accuracy, project a positive and vibrant attitude in assisting people, have high ethics of honesty and confidentiality along with a genuine and gracious presence when dealing with students, faculty, staff, and business of the department, division, and the college.
- The candidate’s listening skills and the ability to articulate and write clearly are essential to the position. Individual must possess exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.
Office of Enrollment Services
The admissions counselor for Clearwater Christian College manages each aspect of the enrollment process for his or her assigned territories. Additionally, the admissions counselor represents the college to external constituencies such as prospective students and their parents, high school administrators, guidance counselors and teachers and other influencers of prospective students; he or she is a living advertisement for the college. The admissions counselor is an active participant in and promoter of the Office of Enrollment Services’ mission, values and vision. This position requires extensive travel, particularly during, but not limited to, the fall semester. The admissions counselor reports to the assistant director of enrollment services.
- Identify and recruit prospective students and their parents from within assigned territories;
- Collect, review, and evaluate admission documents (applications, recommendations, transcripts, test scores, testimonies and essays);
- Communicate and develop relationships with prospective students by letter, phone, and email;
- Discuss and explain financial aid processes and financial aid packages for accepted students;
- Assist, as needed, with office events.
- Genuine love for Clearwater Christian College;
- Strong commitment to participate in and promote the Office of Enrollment Services’ mission, values and vision and liberal arts higher education;
- Excellent communication skills, including compelling writing ability; and engaging interpersonal skills;
- Entrepreneurial mindset;
- Highly organized, efficient, and effective work; and
- Glad willingness to work well with those from diverse backgrounds.
- Bachelor’s degree;
- Valid driver’s license;
Admissions and/or higher educational experience preferred
Office of Student Life
The Resident Mentor position is for individuals or couples who understand and demonstrate a gospel-centered biblical worldview, who have academic competence for teaching (preferred) and advising, who have people skills for mentoring and counseling, and who can manage department details.
Resident Mentors have the unique opportunity to work with resident and non-resident students to build and develop a gospel-centered culture.
Candidates with a master’s degree in theology or counseling are encouraged to make application. CCC is particularly interested in an individual with experience leading worship and worship bands.
The position is a 12-month opportunity. Compensation includes salary, benefits, housing, and meals.
- Do all possible to prepare for ministry: spiritually, mentally and physically. Be faithful in desiring to serve God.
- Have as first care and concern the students living in the residence halls.
- Be supportive of the ministry, goals, and administration of Clearwater.
- Be knowledgeable of the contents of the student handbook known as the “Guide.”
- Supervise the resident assistants and discipleship leaders.
- Counsel students as needed.
- Report to the director of student life as your immediate supervisor. Follow the proper channels for seeking assistance, sharing information, etc.
- Carry out the directives of the director of student life.
- Keep student leaders, as well as the other members of the student life team, informed of all relevant information.
- Maintain confidentiality with every student. Do not offer information to other staff/faculty.
- Coordinate the residence hall room assignment process.
- Attend weekly Student Life meetings.
- Attend chapel each day unless certain responsibilities prevent attendance.
- Meet regularly with and supervise the resident assistants and discipleship leaders.
- Supervise the maintenance of the student conduct policies as set forth in the Guide.
- Serve on duty at least one night each week Monday through Thursday.
- Serve on weekend duty, as scheduled.
- Report emergencies to the director of student life immediately.
- Oversee a division of Student Life for organizational purposes.
- Ensure that lights out/late study times are observed.
- Oversee student departures at Thanksgiving, Christmas, spring break, Easter Break, and Commencement.
- Take students to the emergency room, as needed.
- Be attentive to group activities on campus when on duty.
- Maintain a high profile by being out and around campus.
- Collect room fines and handle collected money as directed.
- Complete the appropriate form for any incident; this includes injuries, theft, and vandalism.
- Enter all student confrontations into the student biography found on the CougarWeb.
- Oversee appearance and furniture in residence halls.
- Plan and conduct residence hall meetings for residents each semester.
- Assist in instructing commuters on campus policy.
- Schedule resident assistants for on-call duty supplying dates for the entire semester.
- Oversee church attendance for the assigned residence hall.
- Oversee overnight sign outs by students.
- Oversee White Glove at Mid-Semester.
- Meet with counselees as needed and scheduled.
- Build, build, build, relationships.
- Each resident mentor will oversee one of the following aspects of Student Life per Academic Year: Commuter Relations, Oversight of Student Body Government, Oversight of Greeks and Clubs, Assisting Athletics with Spiritual needs, Oversight of worship teams.
To submit a resume with a list of references, please contact Human Resources, Clearwater Christian College, 3400 Gulf-to-Bay Blvd., Clearwater, Florida 33759-4595.
God led me to CCC. My parents had always placed an importance on getting a Christian education, and they sacrificed everything to make it happen. After
visiting the campus in my senior year of high school, I knew CCC was where I needed to be. The faculty, the students, the location—all so wonderful.
The faculty and staff have made a positive influence upon my career. The principles that they talked about were the same that they lived by. That’s a challenge
to me to do the same. Living and working in Washington D.C., Honesty, Integrity, and Generosity are principles not often displayed.
The education I received at CCC has prepared me for my career as Special Assistant to the Secretary of Energy by strengthening the biblical world
view that my parents had already taught me. Your world view has a direct impact on so many aspects of your life. One focus that I took away from CCC
was to make an impact where ever God led you. As a Pastor, in the business world, or in my case, in Government Service.