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
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).
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.
Director of Men’s Lacrosse & Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach — Montreat, NC — The position of Director of Lacrosse is to oversee the successful operation of both the men’s and women’s lacrosse program as the Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach, in areas such as but not limited to: recruiting mission-fit and academically prepared student athletes, retention, spiritual leadership, scheduling practices, and community-engagement opportunities.
Assistant Director for Marketing & Communications — Montreat, NC — Montreat College is seeking a highly skilled communicator to join a team of dedicated marketing and communications professionals.
Admissions Counselor— Montreat, NC — The Admissions Counselor will promote Montreat College to qualified prospective students and to the people who influence them.
Graduate Assistant Residence Hall Director (MALE) — Montreat, NC — The position of Residence Hall Director is a vital role in fulfilling Montreat College’s Christ-centered mission. A Residence Hall Director serves students in a co-curricular capacity within the residential environment through planned and unplanned educational opportunities, crisis response, management of the complex facility, supervision of the Resident Assistant staff, responding to student handbook violations, and other administrative needs.
Director of Health Services — Montreat, NC — The Director of Health Services will specialize in one’s physical health and work closely with the Student Services staff to ensure our students are receiving ongoing support necessary to meet their physical, mental and overall wellness needs.
Special Assistant to the President — Piedmont Triad Region, NC — The Special Assistant to the President reports through the Vice President for Enrollment Management and serves as the liaison for Montreat leadership, influencers of high school students and parents, and other targeted audiences articulating the college’s values, messages, and plans.
Accounting Assistant— Montreat, NC — This position provides Accounting assistance and clerical support to the Finance & Administration’s Business Office.
Faculty Job Openings
Executive Director for Cybersecurity Education & Leadership, Professor of Cybersecurity (open rank) — Montreat, NC — Montreat College seeks a highly qualified candidate to provide leadership in external relations, curriculum development, exploration of entrepreneurial opportunities for Montreat College’s cybersecurity program and to serve as a faculty member in Cybersecurity.
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 of Adult and Graduate Studies — Asheville, Charlotte, Morganton, and/or 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).