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Bryan College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, age, national origin, or ethnic group in the education programs and activities which it operates, nor does the College discriminate against qualified handicapped or disabled persons. This policy extends to both employment and admission to the College.
Admissions Administrative Assistant
Support the daily operations of the Undergraduate Admissions Office by maintaining an organized and hospitable Front Desk, accurate data entry and inventory, processing mail, purchasing supplies & submitting orders, and scheduling student worker tasks.
Adjunct Instructor of Spanish
Able to teach one to three courses per semester according to demand, in Elementary and Intermediate Spanish. Master’s Degree required.
Academic Advisor: Adult Education
The mission of academic advising at Bryan College is to assist students in their growth and development by constructing meaningful educational plans, which are compatible with their life goals.
Tutors are needed for Bryan College’s online programs. Tutors provide assistance through an interactive software program (WCONLINE). Email and phone tutoring may also occur. Tutors work from home and set their own schedules for day, evening, and weekend appointments.
K-12 Professional Development Recruiter
K-12 Professional Development Recruiter supports the enrollment efforts of the application pool for all potential AGS graduate level education (M Ed) program students. Provides guidance and initial advisement for prospective K-12 Educator targeted candidates.
Community College Ongoing Education Recruiter
Community College Ongoing Education (C2OE) Recruiter supports the enrollment efforts of the application pool for all potential AGS undergraduate level program students post C2 graduates or C2 transfer candidates.
Part-Time Adjunct Faculty: School of Adult and Graduate Studies
Multiple openings for adjunct instructors to teach graduate and undergraduate business and selected general education core courses.
Bryan College seeks to develop ABET accredited electrical engineering/computer and mechanical engineering curricula. The successful candidate will work with administrators, existing faculty and staff to choose the appropriate engineering curriculum, develop resources, and prepare for ABET accreditation.
Instructor of Computer Science
Bryan College seeks applications for a part-time instructor in computer science in our Mathematics Department. Courses to be covered include Programming I, Introduction to Database Development, Computer Organization, Programming II, and Data Structures.
Admission Counselor: Adult & Graduate Studies
Recruits students and is responsible for managing the application pool for all graduate and undergraduate programs of the School of Adult and Graduate Studies.
Dean of the School of Adult and Graduate Studies
Serves as the primary academic administrative coordinating officer for the School of Adult and Graduate Studies (AGS). The Dean provides leadership and oversight for academic programs and services consistent with the College’s Christian mission and best practices in adult education.