Hamilton Staff Openings

Director of Advancement Services

Position Summary: Under the broad supervision of the Vice President of Advancement, this position supports the mission of the Seminary and the Advancement Office by overseeing advancement services and operations related to donor stewardship, foundation relations, the annual fund, direct mail strategy and advancement systems. This individual in this role will also direct the Seminary’s stewardship efforts, including supervision of Stewardship Staff.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Foundation Relations: coordinate with grant writer to prepare proposals, and work closely with Vice President of Advancement, Campaign Director and President to ensure proposals are in alignment with institutional strategy. Identify new foundation prospects, and report to foundations and other grant making entities on their timetable. (25%)
  • Annual Fund & Direct Mail Appeals: Create and implement direct mail appeal strategy and plan, finding ways to attract new donors, identify major donor prospects, engage existing donors and move them to new levels of giving and to retain donors, with particular focus on monthly giving program. Work collaboratively with Director of Partnership Program on specific ways to attract, retain and engage those donors. Partner closely with Communications Office as project owner of direct mail initiatives. Leverage direct mail and additional means to increase year-over-year seminary annual fund giving. (20%)
  • Stewardship: Ensure the stewardship process of thanking and receipting donors runs smoothly and efficiently. Leverage Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge to streamline the process (ex: e-receipts, quarterly statements, etc.) and ensure accuracy in honoring donor intent through accurate application of gifts to appropriate funds. Find creative ways to appreciate donors at all levels, and drive reporting process to foundations and major donors.  (20%)
  • Scholarship Management and Reporting: Oversee the coordination of scholarships from an advancement perspective in collaboration with offices of finance and financial aid with special emphasis given to major donor relationships and reporting. (15%)
  • Prospect Management: Performs database analytics to identify prospects and oversees prospect/major donor research.  Creates and implements “moves management” matrix to ensure donor prospects move “up the funnel” to become major donors. (10%)
  • Advancement Systems: Oversee the manager of Advancement Systems and work to ensure data integrity and to leverage systems for reporting and analysis. Find ways to leverage system capabilities to better support all aspects of advancement services, including stewardship, achieving annual fund goals, direct mail appeals and foundation relations. (5%)
  • Budget: Plan annual fund budget in collaboration with Vice President of Advancement and oversee expenses throughout the year to come in on target for budget goals. (5%)
  • Perform other duties as necessary.

Required Competencies:

  • Relationship Building: proven track record of building relationships across departments and outside the organization to ensure positive business outcomes. Proven ability to collaborate and foster a team environment.
  • Communication and Interpersonal Effectiveness: Must have strong written and verbal communication skills and be able to communicate in a manner that allows information to flow freely and smoothly in order to perform job responsibilities in a timely fashion.
  • Integrity: Must display high ethical standards with internal and external constituents, and lead this function in a way consistent with ECFA standards to ensure donor privacy and to honor donor intent.
  • Analytical Skills: ability to analyze, interpret and evaluate data in order make data driven decisions.

Education and Experience:

  • Five to eight years experience in a leadership role in development/advancement fundraising.
  • Advanced computer skills required; experience with Blackbaud’s The Raiser’s Edge or other CRM tool is highly desired. 
  • Bachelor’s degree in business or non-profit or equivalent experience required. 

Please email your resume and cover letter to lbowerman@gcts.edu.

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Part-Time Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of Advancement

Position Summary: This position reports to the Vice President of Advancement and is responsible for providing a broad range of administrative and clerical services in support of the Vice President and with internal and external activities related to Advancement at Gordon-Conwell. 

Skills Required:

The incumbent must have a proven track record demonstrating strong administrative and clerical skills gained through hands-on experience. Strong interpersonal and written communication skills are vital to interacting with individuals across various levels both within and external to the organization. The ability to interact in a gracious and articulate manner to the various constituencies of the seminary is essential.
Specific skills required include organizational and coordination skills; the proven ability to work well within a team environment, and the ability to operate with a high degree of professionalism maintaining confidence of sensitive constituent information and other internal day-to-day activities pertaining to advancement. Experience in event planning and coordinating is strongly preferred in this role. The ability to quickly grasp the range and content of the Vice President of Advancement’s responsibilities, and to partner when required with the Office of the President is essential.

Key Responsibilities:

This role will support the Vice President of Advancement as follows:

  • Communications & Correspondence: Assisting in editing materials, correspondence, reports, etc., being sent from the Office of Advancement, ensuring accuracy and timely distribution. Coordinates and prepares various documents and communications for mailing and distribution to broad audiences. Supports the drafting of written correspondence (such thank you letters, birthday greetings) to major donors, Board of Trustees and Advisors, foundations, etc as assigned. Composes notes from the Advancement Office and sends flowers and other gifts as appropriate. Tracks correspondence in Raiser’s Edge software; leverages software using “Action” feature to plan and track completion of various activities with constituents.
  • Event Planning: Is responsible for arrangement of Advancement/Donor receptions, dinners, special events, and other public relations activities, as needed. Coordinate activities with Office of the President and other departments to ensure smooth execution of events, including use of Raiser’s Edge software for planning and tracking all aspects of events.
  • Administrative & Clerical duties: Screens telephone calls, mail, and correspondence for the Vice President; making appropriate referrals and appointments; answering basic inquiries, and initiation correspondence as authorized.  Handles scheduling requests and meeting planning as needed, for internal and external needs. Organizes and maintains file system, ensuring donor privacy and confidentiality of sensitive data, including disposal/shredding as needed to protect privacy. Maintains office supplies for the Advancement Office as directed by the V.P. of Advancement.
  • Travel & Expense Management: Coordinate all travel arrangements for the Vice President of Advancement and process all expense reports in a timely manner in accordance with financial service accounting guidelines.
  • Meeting Planning: Assists with preparation for Board of Trustees meetings, Advancement Department meetings, mailings, and minute taking for Advancement Sub-Committee meetings.
  • Other duties as requested by the Vice President of Advancement.

Please email your resume and cover letter to lbowerman@gcts.edu.

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Part-Time Financial Aid Assistant

Position Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Associate Director of Financial Aid, the Financial Aid Assistant will provide customer service to students in a high volume, fast-paced work environment.  Will also be responsible for maintaining the department’s electronic and hardcopy filing system. All of this will be completed while maintaining a high level of confidentiality.

Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for receiving and replying to all inquiries via email and telephone.
  • Assisting all walk-ins with questions, collection of forms and dissemination of financial aid information and requirements.
  • Download FAFSAs (ISIR) from the Department of Ed, post them to the financial aid software (PowerFAIDS) and review them for potential issues.
  • Processes all documents by dating and entering them into the financial aid software.
  • Maintains the hardcopy filing system by filing processed documents and migrating the files from one academic year to the next.
  • Collects and maintains scholarship documents and lists provided from other departments for all new and returning recipients and reconciles it with the financial aid software and student database (CAMS).
  • Create student files for processing by the Coordinator and Associate Director.
  • Responsible for communicating with students the requirements to receive federal and institutional aid, tracking responses and updating software.
  • Completes other duties as assigned by the Assistant Director.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience. 
  • Work experience in a fast-paced customer service environment is essential.
  • Experience in an accounting or financial aid setting is desirable.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Excellent customer service skills using tact and diplomacy; professional and pleasant office manner.
  • Excellent phone etiquette.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent listening skills; patient and calm.
  • Computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel and Word).
  • Detail oriented and able to organize and manage multiple projects while maintaining a high level of accuracy.
  • Able to work in a high pressure office setting during peak business times of the year.
  • Able to maintain a high level of confidentiality.

Special Requirements:

  • Subject to a criminal background check prior to employment.

Please email your resume and cover letter to lbowerman@gcts.edu

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Digital Communications Manager

Position Summary: Under the broad supervision of the Director of Communications and Marketing, the Manager will maintain the day-to-day operations of all electronic communications of the seminary, including, but not limited to the www.gordonconwell.edu and my.gordonconwell.edu websites, especially content updates, search engine optimization, maintaining feature calendar, etc. Will also be responsible for e-mail marketing and Social media marketing, supervision and monitoring.

Key Responsibilities:
Digital Communications Management (70%):

Website(s) (30%)

  • Acts as primary resource for seminary Content Management Systems
  • Creates and Updates Web Pages
  • Approves department editor’s content updates
  • Monitors digital analytics and suggests strategies to increase key performance measurements
  • Troubleshoots
  • Trains content editors

Email (20%)

  • Creates and/or edits emails for various seminary constituencies.
  • Monitors volume and audience of emails and recommends strategic alterations

Internal Client Support (20%):

  • With the communications and marketing team, provides support (website, email, social media) to other departments and campuses in order to maximize marketing results, while also maintaining a consistent brand presence.
  • Frequently interfaces with Advancement Systems Manager and Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge database.

Social Media (10%)

  • Monitors and updates seminary social media presence, including Facebook, Twitter, video sites, etc.
  • Keeping up to date on industry trends, offers recommendations to best leverage various communications channels to advance Gordon-Conwell’s mission. (10%)

Perform other duties as necessary (10%)

Required Competencies:
Web Technologies: Must have experience creating and optimizing digital content with technologies like HTML and CSS. Must be familiar with distributed responsibility and Content Management Systems, as well as Google Analytics (or other analytics system).

Social Media: Experience with utilizing social media channels for strategic goals.

Communication: Must be able to clearly and effectively communicate with various constituencies, in individual and group settings, in a decentralized environment. Have excellent verbal and written skills.

Prioritization: Must be able to prioritize and complete projects in a deadline-driven environment, and proactively work with team members to foresee possible problem areas.

Education and Experience:

  • Three to Five years experience in Digital Communications.
  • Advanced computer skills required for digital creation (HTML/CSS, etc.) 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Digital Communications or related field, or equivalent experience. 

Please email your resume and cover letter to lbowerman@gcts.edu.

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Director of Admissions

Position Summary: Under the broad supervision of the Dean of Enrollment Management, this position supports the mission of the Seminary and the Admissions team by overseeing the creation and implementation of strategies for achieving new student recruitment goals for Gordon-Conwell’s main campus in South Hamilton, Massachusetts (the only campus with students living in seminary dorms and apartments). This individual will also lead the general operations of the Admissions Office as they apply to recruiting, admitting and enrolling prospective students for the Hamilton Campus of Gordon-Conwell. The Director of Admissions will strive to increase the annual residential new student headcount at the Hamilton campus from approximately 210 to 250 or higher.

Key Responsibilities:

Strategic Planning and Strategic Relationship Building: 
Create strategic plan to achieve new annual student recruitment goals. Identify and nurture new sources of quality leads. Develop and maintain strong relationships with key influencers of prospective students (e.g., alumni, GCTS faculty, strategic undergraduate faculty, campus ministry leaders, fellows programs, Christian study centers, denominational leaders, etc.). Expand the influence and name recognition of Gordon-Conwell by leveraging key relationships with an emphasis on recruitment. (15%)

Execution of Recruitment, Admission, and Enrollment Plans: 
Oversee the end-to-end execution of strategic recruitment plans, ensuring increased engagement as prospects progress through the admissions funnel. Develop annual marketing and recruitment plans which detail the efforts to be taken to achieve each year’s recruitment goals. Partner with the Director of Communications and Marketing to create marketing and communications strategy to target new audiences, and to increase engagement of prospective students. Oversee the smooth implementation of recruitment efforts and the data systems that support them. Evaluate the qualifications of applicants for admission, accepting or denying applicants within the Seminary’s guidelines. Develop and employ tactics to ensure maximum yield of accepted to enrolled students. (40%)

Prospective Student Hospitality: 
Create a warm, inviting, and informative environment for prospective students at every point of contact, whether a campus visit or external recruiting event.  Ensure that all aspects of campus visits—from airport pickup to airport drop off—are conducted with a professional, welcoming demeanor and a focus on building a web of relationships between prospects and other members of the seminary community (e.g., faculty, key staff, current students, alumni, other prospective students, etc.). Oversee the planning and implementation of recruitment/enrollment management events such as open houses, Discover (yield event), and aspects of new student orientation. Seek to build culture of hospitality into faculty and staff, ensure all new and prospective students are welcomed and feel a part of the Gordon-Conwell community. (15%)

Supervision of Team and Operations:
Oversee the hiring, training, and daily management of admissions team. Provide direction, professional supervision, and performance evaluation for the Admissions Processor, Admissions Administrator, Admission Representatives, student workers, and on-campus admissions hosts. Monitor established admissions processes to ensure that all parties know their responsibilities and are executing them in a timely and correct manner. (15%)

Admissions Student Information System Oversight: Oversee admissions data entry and maintenance practices to ensure data integrity and to leverage systems for prospect development, relationship management, reporting, and analysis. Find ways to leverage system capabilities and IT staff’s ingenuity to better support all aspects of recruitment and admissions. Generate regular and ad hoc reports for Dean of Enrollment Management and seminary leadership on current recruitment projections, status of inquiries and applicants, travel schedules, effectiveness of recruitment events and other matters related to the recruitment and admissions process. Use historic data and predictive modeling to execute data-driven decisions to achieve recruitment goals. (10%)

Plan annual budget in collaboration with the Dean of Enrollment Management and oversee expenses throughout the year to come in on target for budget goals. (5%)

Perform other duties as necessary.

Required Competencies:

Relationship Building and Leadership: 
Proven track record of building relationships across departments and outside the organization to ensure positive outcomes. A warm, welcoming, hospitable spirit that puts guests at ease and sets an example for the team.  Proven ability to collaborate and foster a team environment.  Well-developed leadership skills and administrative, supervisory, and organizational abilities.

Communication and Interpersonal Effectiveness:
Must have strong written and verbal communication skills and be able to communicate in a manner that allows information to flow freely and smoothly in order to perform job responsibilities in a timely fashion.

Strategic and Creative Thinking:
Demonstrated ability to create long-term and short-term strategies to accomplish department and institutional goals. A talent for creative thinking and problem solving that will open new sources of quality leads.

Analytical Skills: Ability to analyze, interpret and evaluate data in order to make data-driven decisions and report to leadership.

Knowledge and Discernment:
Understanding of the academic, personal and spiritual capabilities required for theological training. Ability to discern an applicant’s readiness for and fit within the seminary.

Education and Experience

  • Minimum of five years of previous experience in higher education enrollment management (preferably in admissions), or relevant recruiting experience in another field.
  • Experience in goal setting and achievement.
  • Demonstrated leadership ability.
  • Strong proficiency with student information systems (preferably CAMS) as well as Microsoft Excel and Word. Experience with Crystal Reports and/or SQL Server Reporting Services as well as some basic knowledge SQL reporting are preferred but not required.
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.

Please email your resume and cover letter to lbowerman@gcts.edu.

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Part-Time Doctor of Ministry Financial Services Assistant


This position assists financial services for the Doctor of Ministry program operates under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Student Accounts.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting with preparation of statements, monitoring overdue accounts, developing payment plans, responding to student inquiries, collecting financial aid applications and overseeing instructional information such as orientation materials and guidelines on the website.  This position is a non-benefit eligible, part-time position up to 19 hours per week.

Capabilities Required

The Doctor of Ministry Financial Services Assistant must have strong interpersonal, organizational and communication skills including the ability to work in a team setting across various departments, attention to multiple details and advanced computer skills.  The incumbent should possess a minimum of an undergraduate degree and previous accounting experience as well as a strong work ethic and the ability to maintain high levels of confidentiality.

Use of Capabilities

  • Assist with preparation of statements to distribute to students attending residency
  • Send monthly statements
  • Monitor accounts on a quarterly basis to determine overdue status
  • Send notices to all accounts past due over 90 days
  • Call students with accounts in overdue status
  • Review accounts of students in residency to ensure account is current
  • Call students with overdue accounts prior to residency
  • Flag student accounts on hold (i.e., no transcripts, no further registration) in the system and notify the Doctor of Ministry office
  • Set up Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) payment plans when necessary
  • Maintain a payment plan database and monitor monthly
  • Notify the Doctor of Ministry office when a payment booklet needs to be sent in place of a monthly EFT
  • Contact students who default on a payment plan and notify Doctor of Ministry to determine next steps (i.e., withdrawl, etc.)
  • Answer questions by direct contact, telephone or email
  • Accept payments
  • Inform students of payment policies and payment options
  • Collect financial aid information and when complete, forward applications to the Financial Aid office for recommendation
  • Attend residency when requested to discuss payment guidelines
  • Process paperwork required for military reimbursements
  • Post transactions for meal plans, postage, corrections and adjustments to accounts
  • Oversee Financial Services information on the Blackboard website
  • Maintain orderly student account files

 Please email your resume and cover letter to lbowerman@gcts.edu

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Part-Time Administrative Assistant, Student Life Services

Position Description

This part-time position is responsible for providing a broad range of administrative and clerical services in support of the Dean of Students and the Student Life Services team; including, office administration, data management and relational student service. 

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Communication and Correspondence: Ability to communicate courteously and effectively with others, by understanding, implementing, and relaying oral and written information and instructions. Incumbent will prepare a variety of documents, including flyers, letters and emails in draft and final form utilizing software programs such as Microsoft PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook, Word and Excel. This position serves as the Webmaster for Student Life Services. (20%)

  2. Office Administration: Responsible for the day-to-day tasks that keep the office functioning. This includes answering phones, greeting students/visitors, making photocopies, sending out faxes, mailing letters, filing and generally keeping the office running smoothly. Screens telephone calls, mail, and correspondence for Dean of Students; making appropriate referrals and appointments; answering basic inquiries, and initiating correspondence as authorized. Handles scheduling requests and meeting planning for internal and external constituencies. Responsible for ensuring Federal regulations are strictly adhered to regarding student data (FERPA, Title IX, ADA, DHS, and HIPPA) by disposing/shredding/ and properly securing. Maintains and orders office supplies for the Student Life Services Team as needed. (25%)

  3. Travel and Expense Management: Coordinate all travel arrangements for Dean of Students and speakers. Responsible for processing expense reports in a timely manner in accordance with GCTS expense policy. Point person for reimbursing students and processing check requests submitted for approval. Facilitates payment of counseling subsidies and invoices to appropriate agency. Assists in management of student worker timesheets; this includes RLC’s, child care providers, tutors, and office staff. (25%)

  4. Meeting/Event Planning: Assists with the planning and implementation of Student Life Services events (Orientation, Clamfest, Spouses’ Orientation, Partners in Ministry Class, Marriage Seminars, and Senior Banquet). Incumbent will be the primary person responsible for tracking RSVP’s and attendance at SLS events. Proficiency with online reservation systems and Microsoft excel required. Also, coordinates activities with departments/groups to ensure smooth execution of events (i.e, Registration office with Graduation). Assists with preparation for presentations and monthly meetings as needed. Responsible for scheduling/reserving meeting rooms, setting up conference rooms, securing proper equipment, sending reminders, arranging for catering, securing childcare and taking minutes. (30%)

  5. Perform other duties as necessary.

Required Competencies

Relationship Building: This position serves as an ambassador and initial point of contact for the Office of Student Life Services. The incumbent will assist in creating and fostering a welcoming and hospitable office environment. Establish and maintain a professional and cooperative relationship with students, staff, faculty, and external contacts. Possess proven ability to collaborate and nurture a team environment.

Communication and Interpersonal Effectiveness: Must have strong written and verbal communication skills and be able to organize and synthesize information in an efficient manner. Strong attention to detail and organization with an eye towards accuracy is vital. A successful applicant will possess demonstrated skill and effectiveness in human relations with sensitivity to multicultural issues. 

Integrity: Must display high ethical standards with internal and external constituents, and lead this function in a way consistent with federal guidelines (FERPA, Title IX, ADA, and HIPAA). The ability to handle sensitive/confidential information responsibly is critical.

Management Orientation: Ability to prioritize workload and exercise appropriate discretion while working independently on projects. The successful candidate will thrive in a team-oriented environment and be able to work flexible hours. Proactive in gathering information to make informed decisions that will support ongoing initiatives and find solutions to community concerns.

Education and Experience

  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience overseeing/planning and coordinating events is required.
  • Advanced computer skills required; experience with social media outlets is highly desired.
  • Bachelor’s degree required and/or 3 – 5 years’ experience working in administrative capacity in an educational setting (preferably higher education). 

Please email your resume and cover letter to lbowerman@gcts.edu.

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Part-Time Campus Safety Officer


Under the direct supervision of the Director of the Department of Public Safety, Campus Safety, a campus safety officer is responsible for enforcing the rules and policies of the Seminary, patrolling the building, grounds and perimeter of the campus to identify and prevent conditions and conditions hazardous to persons and property and to maintain the personal safety and security of the faculty, staff, students, visitors, and the public.

Basic uniforms are supplied at the expense of the Campus Safety Department.

The physical requirements for this job include walking long distances and standing for long periods of time. While patrolling the premises, the incumbent must be able safely to climb stairs and ladders, enter enclosed mechanical/equipment areas of buildings, and walk on roofs of buildings.

The environmental conditions of this job include working outdoors under all weather conditions.

A Campus Safety Officer is typically assigned to one of three shifts, but may be required to work on other shifts to meet operational needs. Because the Campus Safety Department provides services around the clock, 365 days a year, working on weekends and holidays and overtime is a requirement. This position is essential to the operation of the seminary, and officers may be required to be on-call and report to work during off-hours and during periods of inclement weather, including times when the seminary is officially closed.

Capabilities Required

  1. Candidates with a police and/or military background are preferred.
  1. Candidates must be mature, responsible and able to remain calm and make decisions under pressure. They should have demonstrable interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with a variety of personalities and situations.
  1. Candidates must be able to maintain the strictest confidentiality in conformance with federal, state, school and department standards.
  1. Candidates should have and maintain active certifications in CPR and First Responder. If they do not, they must agree to participate in the first available certification class offered.
  1. Should it become a job requirement, candidates may also be required to become certified in the use of pepper spray and/or the expandable baton.
  1. Candidates are required to attend any mandatory departmental meetings.
  1. Candidates are expected to abide by the Seminary Community Life Statement and comply with all Seminary rules and regulations.
  1. Candidates must have a valid and active driver’s license.

Use of Capabilities

  • Patrol campus on a regular basis and in a random manner.
    1. Perform periodic and random interior and exterior checks of all the buildings on the property. Points of access, such as doors and windows, shall be checked and verified that they are operating as intended, closed and/or secure. Mechanical systems, such as boilers and electrical rooms, inspected for safe and normal operation. Note and report any safety or operational problems for appropriate action.
    1. Inspect building for fire and/or safety code problems and report same for remedial action utilizing the seminary’s maintenance reporting system, School Dude.
    1. Educate the community about school policies and procedures and enforce the same.
    1. Respond to requests for public service and/or assistance (for example, lock-outs from rooms or vehicles, assisting guests arriving on campus, etc).
    1. Respond to calls for medical or psychological assistance.
    1. Investigate suspicious persons or vehicles and report as necessary.
    1. Maintain an accurate and complete log of shift activities and generate reports as appropriate.
    1. Assist at various school functions as needed, such as graduation, conferences, etc.
    1. Performs communication and shift operation duties.
    2.  Follows, communicates and enforces the policies and procedures of the security department and seminary.
    3. Is responsible for security and authorization of restricted access keys. (i.e. ensuring the key boxes are secure in the Campus Safety office at all times)
    4.  Assesses and resolves issues impacting the operations of the life/safety systems.
    5.  Assesses and communicates issues affecting the operations of the computer-based security systems (i.e. CUME CCTV access from Campus Safety Office, parking data base).
    6. Informs and works with other departments regarding any safety and security situations in their areas.
    7. Responds to and investigates unusual events or incidents and provides follow-up.
    8. Responsible for timeliness and accuracy of daily patrol sheets, incident and accident reports.
    9. Coordinates emergency responses, and is responsible for the safety of faculty, staff, students, visitors and the public.  Coordinates with outside agencies, such as Hamilton and Wenham Police and Fire departments, Massachusetts State Police, Essex County Sheriff’s Department and Lyons Ambulance Service, as needed.
    10.  Is accountable for all Campus Safety/seminary equipment on their respective shift.
    11. Participates in continued training of campus faculty, staff, and students including fire, security and lockdown drills.
    12. Provides proactive interaction with visitors and employees.
    13.  Informs, educates and works with other department managers to insure that all safety and security issues are resolved.
    14. Works with Department of Public Safety Director and coordinates security efforts for special events.
    15. Provides special security assistance for other departments of the seminary as required.
    16. Ensures security and verification (DETEX Security Patrol) of seminary assets.
  • Additional requirements:


    Full-time Campus Safety Officers will be required to perform the expected duties of the respective shifts for which they have been hired, see attachments:

    • Expected duties of Full-Time Day Shift Campus Safety Officer
    • Expected duties of Full-Time Evening Shift Campus Safety Officer
    • Expected duties of Full-Time Evening Shift Campus Safety Officer

    Part-time Campus Safety Officers will be assigned an area of responsibility to assist in the smooth operation of the Campus Safety Department

 Please email your resume and cover letter to lbowerman@gcts.edu

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