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We are committed to not only providing the best in a Christian liberal arts education, but also an innovative and rewarding Christian workplace for our employees. As a highlight of our commitment to employee satisfaction, we were named one of the “Best Christian Workplaces” in 2010.

Our employees support the university mission:

Evangel University is a comprehensive Christian university committed to excellence in educating and equipping students to become Spirit-empowered servants of God who impact the Church and society globally.

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Evangel University is a comprehensive Christian university committed to excellence in educating and equipping students to become Spirit-empowered servants of God who impact the Church and society globally.

Accordingly, while on campus, during an off-campus class, or at any Evangel University function, students, faculty, staff, and administrators are expected to: Respect God, others, and self at all times and comply with the University’s policies, laws and professional standards. Highlighted (not all inclusive) policies are listed below:

 Harassment/Violence: To secure an environment in which community members are able to flourish and to achieve their full potential, the University is committed to ensuring that no act of harassment, intimidation or violence will be tolerated in the University community

 Alcohol and Substance Abuse: The University’s position on substance abuse is simple: it is incompatible with the health and safety of our employees, and we don’t permit it. Evangel University is a tobacco, drug and alcohol-free working environment. Illegal drugs, alcohol and tobacco on campus or at sponsored events are strictly prohibited

 Gambling: Gambling activities must not be conducted on University premises. Discretion may be used in relation to small raffles for charitable purposes or fund raising activities for student mission trips.

 Conduct Outside Work: The University does not seek to dictate how employees conduct themselves in their personal lives outside work. However, unlawful, anti-social or other conduct by employees contrary to Christian beliefs or University policies which may jeopardize the University’s reputation or position will be dealt with through the disciplinary procedure. Community members are expected to conduct themselves in public and in social media in a manner that is God honoring and true to the words of Christ.

The University seeks to ensure that the work environment for its employees is supportive, one where individuality is respected, and diversity is celebrated. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnic background, gender, age, (dis)ability, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices or procedures. However, as a private religious institution owned by the General Council of the Assemblies of God, the university does have the right to exercise religious preference on all hiring practices in accordance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Click here to view the Employee Code of Conduct in its entirety.

Please contact if you have any questions.

We participate in E-Verify.

We provide the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee’s Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.

Open Faculty Positions

Faculty Application Instructions and Expectations

Employment Criteria

JobDate PostedJob Summary
Adjunct Faculty Instuctor, JRLCOngoingEvangel University is now accepting applications for qualified adjunct faculty to teach at our James River Leadership College. Undergraduate adjunct faculty are required to hold at least a Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in their teaching discipline.
Adjunct Faculty, College of Online LearningOngoingEvangel University’s College of Online Learning is now accepting applications for qualified adjunct faculty to teach online baccalaureate level and graduate level courses. Special areas of focus are accounting, economics, marketing, criminal justice, biological sciences, chemistry, allied health, English, and history. Evangel’s adjunct faculty members are experienced professionals, who are contracted on a course-by-course basis, as needed.
FacultyOngoingEvangel University is currently accepting applications for part-time and full-time faculty positions at Evangel University.
AGTS Adjunct FacultyOngoingEvangel University is currently accepting applications for part-time faculty positions at Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (AGTS).
Bilingual Adjunct FacultyOngoingEvangel University is currently accepting applications for part-time bi-lingual faculty positions to teach Spanish and English courses.
Tenure Track Education FacultyApril 11, 2023There are two vacant Tenure Track Faculty positions in the Education Department. The Assistant Professor of Elementary/Early Childhood and Assistant Professor of Education in Literacy. Both of these positions serve multiple roles as teachers, mentors, colleagues, and scholars. Faculty members serve as academic advisors for education majors as well as teach 24-27 hours of courses each academic year. Please indicate the position you are applying for in the application.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Music TechnologyApril 11, 2023There are two vacant faculty positions in the Music Department. The Assistant or Associate Professor of Music Technology will use technology to enhance instruction, manage a classroom, and evaluate student success in the applied area.
Program Director for Social WorkApril 28, 2023The Program Director for Social Work is a full-time, tenure-track faculty member responsible to teach a full load of undergraduate social work courses and oversees program policies and accreditation, program assessment, program budget, and program enrollment.
Program Director for Online Behavioral and Social SciencesApril 28, 2023The Program Director for Online Undergraduate Behavioral and Social Sciences will teach in the program and work closely with both the home academic department and their online program faculty to ensure curriculum currency, academic excellence, and student satisfaction.
Theatre Technical DirectorMay 22, 2023The Theatre Technical Director is a full-time faculty position in charge of teaching theatre technological classes in Lighting and Stagecraft to prepare students for vocational opportunities in these areas.

Open Staff Positions

Application Instructions

Employment Criteria

Date PostedJob Summary
Lead CustodianJanuary 17, 2023The Lead Custodian provides routine custodial services within an assigned area. These services will include but not be limited to cleaning, collection and removal of trash, cleaning of restrooms, dust and damp mopping, cleaning meeting rooms, and operating floor machines.
Financial Aid CounselorFebruary 7, 2023The Financial Aid Counselor provides information regarding financial aid regulations, policies and filing processes. The FAC is responsible for interpreting and communicating complex information to a wide variety and size of audiences for the purpose of higher education access, and Evangel University specific recruitment and retention purposes.
Administrative Assistant to AGTS Faculty and Doctor of Ministry ProgramFebruary 17, 2023The Administrative Assistant to the AGTS Faculty and Doctor of Ministry Program provides support for the Associate Dean’s office and for all functions of the Doctor of Ministry Program.
Admissions Coordinator for Online and Graduate Student Services (OGSS)February 21, 2023The Admissions Coordinator for Online and Graduate Student Services (OGSS) responds to inbound inquiries, registrations, chats, and other contact collection methods. The Coordinator cultivates engagement with prospects to help nurture them from first contact to enrolled student.
GroundskeeperFebruary 24, 2023The Groundskeeper performs routine maintenance on the athletic fields and campus grounds. He or she performs limited repair and maintenance on grounds equipment in cooperation with the Grounds Supervisor.
Maintenance Carpenter IFebruary 24, 2023The Maintenance Carpenter assists in the repair, maintenance, construction and remodeling work on the structural and architectural systems of all campus buildings. The Maintenance Carpenter has the ability to learn painting, stain varnish, and make drywall repairs and installations, including the construction of new walls and partitions when appropriate. He or she will also assist in maintaining the carpentry shop, work area and vehicles in a clean and orderly manner.
Part-Time Mail and Print AssociateMarch 7, 2023The Part-Time Mail and Print Associate provides operational and customer services at the mail and print center. Mail services include processing incoming and outgoing mail, finalizing and printing requested print projects, and assisting with other ongoing on-campus projects.
Head Cheerleader CoachMay 4, 2023 The Head Cheerleader Coach will influence the Christian and academic growth of all student-athletes, develop plans for all phases of the Cheerleading program, recruit, and execute other athletic program tasks.
Billing AdvisorMay 12, 2023The Billing Advisor monitors all aspects of current student accounts including financial aid payments, monthly payments, federal refunds, and student check requests. The billing advisor also manages the online financial registration process and provides students with general account information.
Rental Property Manager/Housing AssistantMay 26, 2023The Rental Property Manager/Housing Assistant provides administrative services for the Housing Director and executes decisions and communication on behalf of the Housing Director in specific areas involving rental properties.
Library Administrative AssistantMay 26, 2023The Administrative Assistant for the Library assists the Library Director by overseeing the daily office-related operations and clerical functions of the library, while also managing the EU Kendrick library’s student employee staff.
HVAC TechnicianMay 26, 2023The HVAC Technician works in cooperation with the HVAC Supervisor to insure that the equipment and systems are operated and maintained in a safe, efficient and professional manner. The Technician will size, purchase and install HVAC equipment, steam generating and ancillary equipment in cooperation with the HVAC Supervisor and the Physical Plant Director. The Technician will solicit, evaluate, schedule and monitor contractual work relating to HVAC and central heating plant equipment.

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