Current Positions Available
Bethany College is looking for people who want to make a lasting, positive contribution through education, either directly or indirectly. Bethany is a fulfilling place to use professional talents; each individual can have a major impact on the institution and those it serves.
Bethany employees are part of a community that strives to exhibit integrity, hospitality, servant leadership and sustainability in all we do.
Assistant Dean of Student Development / Director of Career Development
Assistant Golf Coach
Director of Communications
Adjunct Business & Economics Faculty
Adjunct English Faculty
Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach
Resident Director / Athletic Trainer
Resident Director / Student Activities Board Assistant
National Management Resources at Bethany College
(National Management Resources is a contractor providing housekeeping, grounds, and maintenance services to Bethany College. National Management Resources offers similar benefits, excluding tuition remission.)
Sodexo at Bethany College
(Sodexo Campus Services is a contractor providing food service to Bethany College. Sodexo offers similar benefits, excluding tuition remission.)
View opportunities/Apply with Sodexo
Bethany offers attractive benefits packages, including paid vacation, health and dental benefits, and tuition remission for employees and dependents. Bethany employees also are able to take advantage of the many music, theatre, athletic and lecture opportunities on campus—all for free.
Inclusiveness & Diversity Statement
Bethany College provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Bethany College complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.
Prospective Faculty Profile
Bethany College seeks faculty who come from diverse backgrounds and experiences to prepare students for lives and careers of consequence.