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Estimated Pay $24 per hour
Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location McPherson, Kansas

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Reporting directly to the Chief Academic Officer, this position advances the mission of Central Christian College of Kansas and provides strategic leadership; administrative supervision; day-to-day management of the Academic Center in order to enhance student learning and student success; supervises staff; and leads College-wide efforts associated with digital and information literacy, access, and associated learning center services.

The Briner Academic Center is the heart of learning on campus, supporting and fostering research skills across the curriculum, as well as facilitating information literacy in students.  It is an evolving facility designed to integrate educational functions to assist, enhance, and support student learning through: the library, learning commons, the Success Center, and related services, such as educational technology and multimedia.

This is a staff position, serving as an exempt 12-month employee. The salary is based on credentials and experience. A generous complement of benefits is offered, including health insurance, vacation, personal time, retirement plan contributions, and tuition remission for the employee and his or her dependents.  Beyond those measurable benefits, CCCK is a great place to work, with dedicated faculty and staff serving with whole hearts, shaping the next generation of Christian leaders.

As a member of the Association of Free Methodist Educational Institutions and recognizing that College’s commitment to its vision and mission, all employees are required to affirm of the College’s evangelical statement of faith and lifestyle expectations. The applicant should consider the missional perspective of the College, before applying ().

Additional requirements include:

  • Master’s Degree or higher in Information Studies, Information, Librarianship, Library Science, Library and Information Studies, or a Master of Science.
  • Can express salvation through Christ, affirm that the Bible is God’s Word and the standard for faith and living, and align with the vision and mission of the College, its Wesleyan heritage, its Statement of Faith, and its Core Values.
  • Proven history of strong, decisive, and collaborative leadership working with faculty, students, staff, administrators, and external stakeholders
  • Experience supporting multiple teaching modalities (residential, online, hybrid, etc.)
  • Presence of high-level interpersonal skills for communication, consultation, and collaboration
  • Willingness to work flexible hours and to travel as necessary to meet the responsibilities of the position

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter describing their interest in the position and qualifications for this specific position, a resume or curriculum vitae, statement of faith, and the contact information for two professional references and one character reference (include phone and email).  All applications and nominations will be considered highly confidential. All nominations and applications should be mailed electronically to . The position will remain open until filled.