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Staff Positions


 

Full-time Positions

 

 

Admissions Counselor

Young College looking for an Admissions Counselor who will thrive while recruiting applicants and developing relationships with future PHC students and their families. Patrick Henry College is a conservative Christian liberal arts college located in beautiful Northern Virginia. The College is looking for someone who loves the Lord and is excited about serving Him through serving Christian students who want to shape the culture for Christ and for liberty. If you enjoy ministry within a Godly community, then this might be the opportunity for you.

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The College offers competitive salaries and a generous benefits program, including comprehensive health and dental coverage and a 401(k) plan. All employees must enthusiastically support the College’s mission and Statement of Faith. To apply, send a cover letter résumé, personal statement of faith, and a list of three references to jobs@phc.edu.


 

Resident Director – Female

POSITION SUMMARY:

Resident Directors are responsible for assisting with the overall administration and operation of residence life.  This includes being involved with the hiring, training, and supervising of the Resident Assistants. They make room assignments, assist students with a variety of problems, assist students in their growth and development, and model appropriate practices and policies. They work very closely with the Dean of Student Affairs and Associate Dean of Student Affairs. 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Assist in the selecting, hiring, and training of the Resident Assistants (RAs)

  • Directly supervises the Resident Assistants

  • Serves as a resource to the RAs and the residents living in the Residence Halls

  • Participates in evening and weekend duty rotations

  • Assists in the room assigning process

  • Approves all room changes within the residence halls, as well as maintains records

  • Provide personal assistance to students

  • Assist in developing residence hall programs and activities along with the RAs

  • Help with the enforcement of college and community standards

  • Coordinates and oversees all aspects of Residence Life

  • Implements RA and Residence Life survey

  • Completes written evaluation of all RAs

  • Holds office hours

  • Respond to emergencies and alarms according to protocols

  • Responsible for the opening and closing of Residence Halls


    OTHER FUNCTIONS:
  • Assist in running various assigned Student Life events

  • Meets regularly with the Dean of Student Affairs

 

INTERACTION/COMMUNICATION:

Internal: Students, other administrative offices of the College, and fellow staff members in the Office of Student Life

Nature of Communication: Face-to-face, e-mail, phone, and campus mail

External:  Parents, vendors, community groups

Nature of Communication:  Face-to-face, e-mail, and phone

 

FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Collecting fines and managing petty cash for Residence Life

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or evidence of personal and professional experiences

  • Strong communication, organizational, and administrative skills

  • Clear vision and sense of mission for the Residence Life program

  • Past RA experience is preferred

  • Preference will be given to candidates who can live on campus. We do not currently have housing available for a married couple.

 

EMPLOYEE CLASSIFICATION: full-time, non-exempt

All employees must enthusiastically support the College’s mission and Statement of Faith. To apply, send a cover letter résumé, personal statement of faith, and a list of three references to jobs@phc.edu.


 

Director of Campus Facilities

The Director of Facilities manages the daily operations of maintenance and security for all campus buildings, equipment and grounds. 
Reports To: V.P. of Finance and Administration
Responsible For: The Director of Facilities directly supervises maintenance, custodial and security staff. The Director is responsible for contracting with and managing all qualified third-party facility and equipment vendors.   

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Prioritizes work plans for facilities and security department personnel

  • Manages the department budget in cooperation with the Office of Finance

  • Maintains and operates the helpdesk system for responding to the maintenance needs of the campus community

  • Responds to emergency calls on campus as needed

  • Performs repair work and general maintenance of the facilities as needed

  • Prepares and oversees preventative maintenance schedules for plant & equipment

  • Oversees maintenance agreements with outside vendors and acts as a campus contact for these vendors

  • Makes recommendations to the VP of Finance and Administration regarding major purchasing decisions

  • Recommends necessary improvements and maintenance needs to college administration

  • Assists in budget preparation and prioritization for this area

  • Prepares and updates the long-range planning document for Facilities

  • Recruits, hires and trains student workers as needed for various positions throughout the department.

  • Maintains excellent outside grounds and inside housekeeping standards throughout all the grounds and facilities at all times

  • Coordinates various needed services directly with the Sheriff Dept, Town, County and Dominion Electric.

  • Purchases and maintains major capital equipment for the College. 

REQUIREMENTS:

The Director of Facilities must have a minimum of a high school diploma (or equivalent) and extensive experience in maintenance and/or construction-related areas.  The Director must demonstrate the ability to function effectively in a professional environment, work cross-functionally with other departments, manage well the personnel working in this department, and the ability to prioritize the workload to be completed.  

All employees must enthusiastically support the College’s mission and Statement of Faith. To apply, send a cover letter résumé, personal statement of faith, and a list of three references to jobs@phc.edu.


 

Data Analyst, Institutional Effectiveness

Patrick Henry College is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for a talented and ambitious professional to join the Office of Institutional Effectiveness as an entry-level Data Analyst. This role is well suited for a detail-oriented individual interested in the role of data analysis to inform policy and practice in higher education.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Collect, clean, and analyze data to support institutional effectiveness reporting requirements

  • Generate reports and visualizations to communicate findings to stakeholders

  • Assist in the development and maintenance of databases

  • Collaborate cross-functionally to meet data requirements and ensure accurate and timely reporting

  • Support external reporting and compliance requirements

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor of Arts

  • Academic or professional experience in data science, statistics, or analytics

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with a keen attention to detail

  • Proficiency in MS-Excel and other such data analysis tools

  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to present complex findings in a clear and concise manner

  • Demonstrated ability to work independently within a collaborative environment


The College offers competitive salaries and a 401(k) plan. All employees must enthusiastically support the College’s mission and Statement of Faith. To apply, send cover letter, personal faith statement, resume, and list of three references to jobs@phc.edu.


 

Executive Assistant to the President

Do you love serving others and seeing God at work in the lives of college students? Are you considering a change in vocation and looking for a way to eternally impact the next generation of Christian leaders? Perhaps the position of Executive Assistant to the President of Patrick Henry College would be the right role for you.

Due to an upcoming retirement, this critical role will soon be open. The President of PHC is looking for someone with unique giftings in administration, public relations, and event planning—all driven by a heart for ministry. Is that you?

The Executive Assistant to the President is the personal assistant to the President.  The Assistant is responsible for all aspects of the President’s calendar, communications, and office records.  The Assistant will also support the President & Executive Vice President in secondary roles, such as professor activities and instructor activities for summer leadership camps.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Schedule travel, meetings, media interviews, and other speaking engagements for the President and Executive Vice President (as requested)

  • Receive all mail, e-mail, and phone calls that come into the Office of the President

  • Draft letters of response and return phone calls as necessary

  • Administrative support for the preparation of classroom teaching materials for the President and Executive Vice President

  • Work with the Executive Vice President to coordinate the annual Top 10 Strategic Planning meeting

  • Coordinate preparation of Board of Trustees meetings

  • Schedule and oversee logistics for Board of Trustees meetings

  • Support the President in the development of Chapel Worship and Arts programs

  • Schedule chapel speakers and interface with Chapel Worship and Arts for weekly chapel programming

  • Schedule bi-weekly Executive Team and bi-weekly Dean’s meetings

  • Take minutes for the Executive Team meetings

  • Take minutes for the Board of Trustees Academic & Students Affairs meeting

  • Assist the Music Department with Convocation

  • Plan the annual Christmas Party

  • Send graduation letters to commencing seniors’ parents

  • Assistant Student Life with graduation details

  • Perform various administrative tasks to ensure efficient activities of the President & Executive Vice President

  • Schedule and review student senior testimonies for the President

 

FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:

  • Reconcile and submit the President's and EVP's expense reports

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Attention to detail, organizational skills

  • Ability to handle numerous projects simultaneously

  • Excellent communication/customer service skills

  • Trustworthy with confidential or otherwise classified information

  • Fluent in Microsoft Word and familiar with Microsoft Excel & PPTs

The College offers competitive salaries and a 401(k) plan. All employees must enthusiastically support the College’s mission and Statement of Faith. To apply, send a cover letter, personal faith statement, resume, and list of three references to jobs@phc.edu.


 

Student Support Specialist

Patrick Henry College invites applications for a full-time Student Support Specialist in the Office of the Registrar.

Reporting to the Registrar, the primary focus for the Student Support Specialist is to effectively and efficiently serve constituent needs, primarily students, consistent with academic and registrar policies.  This service requires the highest standards of professionalism, accuracy, courtesy, and integrity.

The Student Support Specialist processes academic information according to predefined standards.  This may include issuing accurate transcripts, transfer credit evaluations, enrollment verifications, and grade reports, as well as assessing transient student requests, and recording grades.  The Student Support Specialist responds to student requests in a timely and efficient manner. Using both physical and electronic records, the Student Support Specialist collects, records, maintains, and reports information in a manner that ensures the completeness of all educational records.  The Student Support Specialist will assist the Registrar with degree audits, graduation, orientation, and in other areas that support the Office’s success.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or 3 years of related experience, both preferred

  • Ability to handle numerous projects simultaneously; flexible; teachable

  • Exceptional attention to detail, very strong self-management, and organizational skills

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

  • Capable use of technology in the management of academic information

  • Must clear a background check

The College offers competitive salaries and a 401(k) plan. All employees must enthusiastically support the College’s mission and Statement of Faith. To apply, send a cover letter, personal faith statement, resume, and list of three references to jobs@phc.edu.


 

Bon Appetit Sous Chef

As a Sous Chef II, you are responsible for assisting with the overall success of the food program and overseeing culinary functions. The position entails assisting in all planning, ordering, inventory, and food preparation phases. This includes adhering to the client’s culture and guidelines, the Health Department’s regulations, and the company’s standards and expectations of food quality, freshness, and presentation. The Sous Chef II also motivates, trains, develops, and directs the back-of-house associates preparing and cooking foods to accomplish the objectives of the operation to the satisfaction of the customers, clients, and management. The sous chef will assist in managing the culinary/food service operations of a residential dining hall on campus. This position will help manage food production, safety and sanitation, quality assurance, and company standards at our dining hall on the PHC  campus. The Café has multiple stations where we offer breakfast, Lunch, and dinner.

Great benefits included. If interested,  please contact Michele Del Mundo at 540-441-8842 or mddelmundo@phc.edu.



 

Bon Appetit Cook

Bon Appetit Management Company at Patrick Henry College ( an Evangelical Christian College) in Purcellville, VA, is currently seeking an hourly Supervisor cook with 2-3 years of experience. Qualified candidates must possess prior cooking experience in a high-volume kitchen and knowledge of scratch cooking, in addition to good verbal communication skills, dependability, productivity, a “can do” customer service attitude, emotional control, flexibility, and the ability to handle pressure well. Candidates must pass a criminal background check to be considered for employment. The hours are from 12:30-9 pm off Tuesday and Wednesday.  Great benefits included. If interested,  please contact Michele Del Mundo at 540-441-8842 or mddelmundo@phc.edu.


 

Bon Appetit Kitchen Staff

Bon Appetit Management Company at Patrick Henry College (an Evangelical Christian College) in Purcellville, VA, is currently seeking high-level, high-energy Kitchen Staff.  If you are interested in working for Bon Appetit at PHC in the dining hall or Coffee Shop, please contact Michele Del Mundo at 540-441-8842 or mddelmundo@phc.edu.

Duties: Food preparation, Coffee Shop duties, serving, and cleaning.

Part-time Positions

There are none at this time.