Montreat College is an independent, Christ-centered, liberal arts institution that educates students through intellectual inquiry, spiritual formation, and preparation for calling and career, all to impact the world for Jesus Christ. Below is a listing of positions currently available at Montreat College, along with descriptions. The School of Arts and Sciences is our traditional program on the main campus in Montreat, North Carolina. The School of Adult and Graduate Studies is our adult student program with locations throughout North Carolina.
Staff Job Openings
Director of Campus Safety — Montreat, NC — This position is accountable for leading, promoting, and achieving the mission of the Campus Safety Department by serving the campus community; promoting the mutual responsibility of campus safety; striving for a safe and orderly campus learning environment; providing effective communication; supporting the educational mission of Montreat College; and ensuring respectful service to others with high integrity.
Circulation Desk Assistant — Montreat, NC — The Circulation Desk Assistant works under the direction of the Library Director and is responsible for all circulation functions, cataloging, reserves, and the online library system used for circulation. This is a part-time position with a maximum of 20 hours per week.
Special Events Coordinator — Montreat, NC — The Special Events Coordinator will plan and direct all logistical aspects of special events for the Advancement office, including fundraising events, alumni relations events, and donor stewardship events.
Administrative Assistant for VP for Academic Affairs – Montreat, NC — This full time, hourly position assists Dean and the Associate Deans with the daily operations of the Office of Academic Affairs.
Registrar — Montreat, NC — The Registrar oversees the office responsible for all student academic records and student registration in both the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) and the School of Adult and Graduate Studies (AGS).
Director of Development — Montreat, NC — The Director of Development is responsible for managing a portfolio of donors through the move’s management process – develop a top 25 donor engagement plan for your portfolio, lead the fundraising planning and implementation for the Keystone Scholarship, the College’s annual fund, build strategy and tactics to foster growth in the President’s Circle and collaborate with Senior Associate, Campaign Director on Advancement communications.
Coordinator of Faculty and Curriculum Services — Montreat, NC — The Coordinator of Faculty & Curriculum Services provides administrative support for all School of Adult and Graduate Studies (AGS) faculty and curricular needs.
Vice President for Adult and Graduate Studies — Montreat, NC — Vice President for Adult & Graduate Studies will provide leadership for all elements of enrollment for the School for Adult and Graduate Studies (AGS) with an emphasis on efforts to increase enrollment.
Student Financial Services Counselor — Montreat, NC — The Student Financial Services Counselor will establish and maintain positive relationships with an assigned group of students so as to provide superior care and attention with regard to their financial aid package and student account.
Assistant Athletic Trainer — Montreat, NC — The Assistant Athletic Trainer (AAT) reports to the Athletic Director and Head Athletic Trainer. The AAT will assist in all aspects of athletic training and is responsible for, but not limited to leadership in multiple aspects of time management, including budgeting, and facilities management. This position will be responsible to maintain compliance with all Montreat College, Appalachian Athletic Conference, and NAIA rules and regulations.
Coordinator of Marketing & Communications — Montreat, NC — Montreat College is seeking a highly skilled communicator to join a team of dedicated marketing and communications professionals.
Security Officer– (evenings) Approximately 10-month role; Aug. 1 thru mid-May — Montreat, NC — This role will function to support the mission of the Campus Safety Department by performing routine security duties as well as serving the needs of the students in implementing and/or supporting the shuttle schedule between various campus residencies.
Campus Police Officer – (evenings) Approximately 10-month role; Aug. 1 thru mid-May – Montreat, NC — This role will function to support the mission of the Campus Safety Department by performing routine security duties as well as serving the needs of the students in implementing and/or supporting the shuttle schedule between various campus residencies.
Admissions Event and Visit Coordinator (full-time or part-time positions available) — Montreat, NC — Design, plan, execute, and evaluate all admissions visit events and personal campus visits. Ensure an excellent campus visit experience for prospective students, families, and influencers leading to increased new student enrollment at the college. Serve as project manager for Meet Montreat events.
Accounting Assistant— Montreat, NC — This position provides Accounting assistance and clerical support to the Finance & Administration’s Business Office.
Faculty Job Openings
Natural Sciences Lab Coordinator — Montreat, NC — The Natural Sciences Lab Manager will assist the Biology and Environmental Science programs in day-to-day operation, especially for facilitation of labs. This is a full time, 9-month position.
Assistant Professor of Business — Montreat, NC — Montreat College seeks an Assistant Professor of Business. Preference will be given to candidates with a background in marketing. This is a full-time position.
Adjunct Faculty in the School of Arts and Sciences — Montreat, NC — Adjunct faculty teaching opportunities for undergraduate programs on the Montreat College campus.
Adjunct Faculty in the School for Adult and Graduate Studies — Asheville, Charlotte, Morganton, Online — Adjunct faculty teaching opportunities are available for undergraduate and graduate programs.
Montreat College is committed to equal employment opportunity. We do not discriminate based on an individual’s race, sex, color, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, gender, and information, or any other basis prohibited by law. This policy governs all aspects of employment at the College, including hiring, assignments, training, promotions, compensation, employee benefits, employee discipline and discharge, and all other terms and conditions of employment.
If you have questions or concerns about discrimination, the College encourages you to bring them to the attention of the Payroll/Benefits Department (x3755) or the Title IX Coordinator (x3710).