VICE PRESIDENT FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
Guide the Institutional Advancement program of Barclay College by providing leadership and management expertise specifically in areas of funding resources. The successful candidate will be able to manage and motivate both employees and volunteers to achieve the funding goals of the institution. The Vice-President for Institutional Advancement will be an effective fundraiser and persuasive communicator of the vision of Barclay College to both internal and external audiences.
- Clear, well-articulated evangelical Christian testimony and vision for biblically-centered education
- Prefer Master’s degree
- Fundraising experience preferred but not required.
- Passion for Barclay College
- Agreement with the college’s Mission Statement and Statement of Faith.
- Prepare and implement an annual fund raising plan for the Annual Fund,
- Prepare and implement an annual fund raising plan for capital campaigns
- Prepare and implement an annual fund raising plan for deferred gifts/estate planning/endowment
- Prepare and implement an annual plan for grant proposals
- Maintain and expand a system that provides for extensive donor records and information.
- Identify, develop, and nurture new funding sources for Barclay College
- Identify, implement and direct an effective, goal-focused development staff
- Salary (twelve-month contract) depending on degree and previous experience
- Employer-paid medical and dental benefits
- Retirement plan
The Vice President for Institutional Advancement serves on the President’s Cabinet.
- Small campus (around 200 students) allows staff to develop significant mentoring/discipling relationships with students
- Intentional Christian community and mission
- Interdenominational faculty and student body
- Small, quiet, friendly, rural community
- Progressive, growing college with excellent opportunity for personal contribution and innovation
Qualified persons should submit a curriculum vitae and letter of interest to
Dr. Royce E. Frazier, President
Barclay College * 607 N. Kingman * Haviland, KS 67059
PROGRAM CHAIR – ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (K-6)
The Elementary Education Program Chair oversees the daily operations of the campus Elementary
Education K-6, licensure program. This responsibility falls in two major areas:
Teaching and Advising
- The program chair position is a full-time, 9-month appointment, and the chair is expected to carry a teaching load of 12 credits per semester.
- The program chair oversees the academic advising of candidates in the field of education in their licensure area. Advisors provide assistance and counsel with educational planning, career choices, personal and spiritual issues. Advisors work individually with candidates in the area of dispositions that may need to be addressed or with specific struggles that a candidate is experiencing. Advisors also complete plans of improvement for candidates who need support areas for overall success.
- The program chair, in cooperation with the Unit Chair, oversees the education faculty in his/her licensure program through faculty recommendations, maintaining files of qualifications, professional development, and service to the profession of faculty, evaluation of faculty, and assisting in the development of faculty goals.
- The program chair assists the Supervisor of Student Teaching with the field and clinical placements, cooperating school and teacher’s information and qualifications for the best placement of candidates in the field.
- The program chair works in collaboration with the Unit Chair to provide all program information, KSDE reviews, and assessment data for program improvements and updates to increase candidate learning.
- MSE in education or related field
- Hold a valid KSDE professional teaching license
- Three or more years of a combination of successful college/university/K-12 teaching and academic administration
- Organizational skills to promote collaboration and teamwork with the Teacher Education Department
- Capacity to build and maintain academic programming, quality curricula development, and training of candidates and adjuncts with effective teaching content and pedagogy
- Knowledge of technology related to teaching and that is used in schools
- Effective interpersonal and communication skills
- Collegial attitude with the ability to effectively lead teams
- Highest levels of integrity and confidentiality
- A commitment to the overall mission of Barclay College.
- Ph.D. or EdD in Education or related field
- Hold a valid KSDE professional teaching license in Elementary Education
- Experience with teacher evaluation processes and procedures
- Familiarity with Kansas Licensure Requirements
Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume/CV to:
VP for Academic Services
Barclay College bases its existence in a rich history of evangelical Friends tradition. Barclay College is an evangelical Friends school which accepts and embraces persons with evangelical Christian beliefs from a variety of denominational backgrounds.”
Barclay College Board of Trustees