Open Positions: 

On Campus
SC Marketing Assistant

SC Admissions Assistant
SDCL Videographer/Editor
SDCL Lab Coordinator/Storyteller
THF Platform Marketing and Operations
THF Instructional Developer

Off Campus
ESL Teacher
ESL Marketing Manager
ESL Micro-Class Teacher
ESL Head of Student Services
ESL Program Development and Administration
ESL Personal Tutors

 

Position Details:

Sattler Admissions & Marketing Work Study

Are you passionate about sharing your experience at Sattler College with the world?! The Admissions Office is looking for students to join our Admissions & Marketing Team to help create strategy and content that will communicate the mission and vision of Sattler College to prospective students and their families. Join us to help create a bright future for Sattler College. 

Position: Marketing Assistant (2 available)

Responsibilities:

Will be responsible for developing Sattler's social media, blog and website presence. Students will create and source marketing campaigns and content alongside the Sattler Digital Creator Lab. This position will work with the Admissions Office to design and order marketing materials that reflect the mission and vision of Sattler College. It will also include day-to-day management of content on social media platforms, including tweets, posts and discussions (10-15 hours a week).

Qualifications:

Minimum - Advanced ability to communicate in writing, including strong editing skills and knowledge of the fundamentals of writing and grammar. Thorough knowledge of social media platforms, best practices, proficiency working across platforms and knowledge of what makes content engaging and sharable (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn). Must possess the tools necessary to create content such as brochures, info graphics, posters, videos, social media posts. 
Optimal - Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (illustrator/InDesign/Photoshop) and existing knowledge of photography, multimedia and/or graphic design is preferred.

 

Position: Admissions Assistant (4 available)

Responsibilities:

Assisting the Admissions Office by answering phone calls, greeting guests, campus tours, answering general admissions questions in person or over the phone/email. Assists with mailing admissions letters and other materials. Updating and monitoring information in Hubspot CRM tool as needed. Helping plan and execute admissions events throughout the school year (10-15 hours a week).

Qualifications:

Minimum - Desire to share knowledge of and personal experience with Sattler College to prospective students and their families. Must be a strong communicator, have the ability to work on a team and be self directed. Customer service, event planning and/or logistics experience. 
Optimal - Previous experience with Hubspot. 


Sattler Digital Creator Lab

Create meaningful content that is beneficial to potential students of Sattler College and TheHistoricFaith.com learners. Utilize our internal studio and video production equipment to produce ads, interviews, Q&As, virtual tours, live events, and digital courses. We need anyone that is passionate about videography, graphic design, storytelling, or public engagement. Join us to help create a bright future for Sattler College. 

Position: Videographer/Editor (2 available)

Responsibilities:

The Sattler Digital Creator Lab is equipped with two film-quality cinema cameras, professional audio equipment, and high-end production hardware/software. It will be your responsibility to familiarize yourself with these tools to create, as a team, high-value video content for any department at Sattler College.

Qualifications:

Minimum - Previous experience shooting and editing video of any kind. Excellent computer skills with the ability to learn new software via youtube tutorials and self-paced online learning.
Optimal - Experience with Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci resolve, Final Cut Pro, any nonlinear editor, and/or adobe illustrator/InDesign.

 

Position: Lab Coordinator/Storyteller (1 available)

Responsibilities:

The position will be responsible for creating and maintaining a flow of creative work for the videographer/editor team. This will include sourcing work from Sattler departments, coordinating schedules, writing questions for interviews, managing a content creation/release calendar, creating workflows for content creation requests, and creative brainstorming. It will be your job to make the lab productive!

Qualifications:

Minimum - We need someone that is highly organized, detail-oriented, and has experience in leading others toward a goal. Computer skills with the ability to learn new software via youtube tutorials and self-paced online learning. 
Optimal - Previous experience shooting and editing video of any kind. Experience with google sheets/excel, OKRs, Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci resolve, Final Cut Pro, any nonlinear editor, or adobe illustrator/InDesign.

 


The Historic Faith Team

At Sattler College, we seek to promote and advance the precepts and values of the historic Christian faith. Through a partnership with David Bercot and Scroll Publishing, students strategize, develop, and implement the mechanism to take hundreds of hours of relevant content and create meaningful modules for a broader audience at TheHistoricFaith.com. Skills developed include strategic thinking, project management, learning management, website maintenance, customer support, curating scalable digital content, and content development. Join us to help equip potentially thousands of peoples with resources that will strengthen their love-faith relationship with Jesus and His kingdom. We need anyone that has a passion to engage with the bible, technology, and people. 

Position: Platform Marketing and Operations (1 available)

Responsibilities:

This position will work with the Director of IT on thehistoricfaith.com community health and growth. This includes high-quality customer service, marketing strategy development, planning of live community events, creating and holding to platform standards, building forum participation, giving and digesting community surveys, posting to social media, creating and sourcing blog content, course curation, and sourcing new content (i.e. David Bercot, Chuck Pike, Finny Kuruvilla, Charlton Sweazy, and others). You will work closely with the instructional designers and may share some responsibilities.

Qualifications:

Minimum - A strong desire to equip the Kingdom of God through technology. Organized and detail-oriented individual with workable computer skills. Ability to learn new software and skills via youtube tutorials and self-paced online learning. 
Optimal - Knowledge of church history, in particular, the ante-Nicene fathers. Project management experience. Experience with technologies such as website builders, office/google docs, photo/video/graphic editors. Online marketing knowledge such as facebook or google ads. 

Position: Instructional Developer (2 available)

Responsibilities:

This position will be responsible for creating courses out of pre-existing or new material. This includes listening to content and creating questions, assembling additional resources such as notes or reading recommendations, and assembling all of these together into a high-quality course in our learning management system. You will work closely with the THF Platform Marketing and Operations Assistant and may share some responsibilities.

Qualifications:

Minimum - A strong desire to equip the Kingdom of God through technology. Some knowledge of church history. Organized and detail-oriented individual with workable computer skills. Ability to learn new software and skills via youtube tutorials and self-paced online learning. 
Optimal - Deep knowledge of church history, in particular, the ante-Nicene fathers. Experience with technologies such as website builders, office/google docs, photo/video/graphic editors.

 


The Bridge ESL

 

Position: Teacher

These positions are for the different level English classes.  Individuals in these positions will be required to attend a mandatory teacher orientation/training on Friday evening, September 20, and half of Saturday, September 21. This orientation day will equip students with the tools they need to enter the classroom with confidence including: training in cross-cultural communication and evangelism, creating engaging lesson plans, training in using the Pearson FUTURE English for Results curriculum and online resources as well as training specific to the level they are teaching. The classes are all taught at the Bridge while lesson planning can be done at a location convenient to the teachers.  As scheduling allows, teachers with less experience will be able to shadow more experienced teachers before taking their own class. Teachers are expected to teach 5-6 hours of class per week in addition to 4-6 hours of lesson planning per week.

Skills needed:

  • Love of people and ability to clearly communicate.
  • Willingness to learn and grow in confidence in front of a class.
  • Relational humility.

Class Levels

  • Intro Level (2-4 teachers)
  • Level 1 (2-4 teachers)
  • Level 2 (2-4 teachers)
  • Level 3 (2-4 teachers)
  • Level 4 (1-2 teachers)
  • Level 5 (1-2 teachers)

 

Position: Micro-Class Teachers. (up to 5 teachers)

Those interested in teaching a micro class would preferably have teaching experience and a strong interest and knowledge in the area they are teaching.  Individuals in these positions will be required to attend a mandatory teacher orientation/training on Friday evening, September 20, and Saturday, September 21. Micro-Classes typically meet once a week for around 2 hours; however, this is flexible and can be tailored to the individual Micro-Class needs and teachers’ preferences.  For example, a class could meet up to 6 hours a week. The classes are taught at the Bridge while lesson planning can be done at a location convenient to the teachers. Expect 8-10 hours per week.

Skills needed:

  • Love of people and ability to clearly communicate.
  • Willingness to learn and grow in confidence in front of a class.
  • Relational humility.
  • Knowledge in Micro-Class area of study

Possible Micro-classes could include:

  • Pronunciation LAB (as a part of Intro Level class)
  • Conversational English Class (generally once a week)
  • Life Skills - budgeting, time management, and setting goals
  • Citizenship
  • Driving - focused on driving laws, not actually practicing driving
  • Financial Literacy - budgeting, saving, and money management
  • Leadership Development
  • Senior Conversation Class
  • Computer Class
  • Family Literacy - understanding American Schools, Healthcare, Finances, etc.

 

Position: Marketing Manager. (1 position)

The marketing manager would work closely with the Bridge Director to assess the current Bridge marketing needs.  Based on these needs he/she would propose a marketing plan and implement it upon the approval of the Bridge Director. Hours would be logged at the Bridge and off-site.  Expect 8-10 hours per week.

Skills needed:

  • Experience in marketing - preferred but not required.
  • Interest in marketing and a willingness to learn.
  • Self-initiative.
  • Problem solving.

 

Position: Head of Student Services. (1 position)

This individual would be responsible to analyze current student services and improve upon them. This could include setting up a computer and printer that students can use as well as researching new ideas for ways that the Bridge can expand the services it offers the students. This person would work closely with the Bridge Director and teachers to coordinate cultural events at the Bridge and field trips in the Boston area for Bridge students, offering a way for teachers and Followers of the Way families to get involved in the lives of students outside of the classroom and providing opportunities for significant spiritual conversations. This individual would also inform students about the services are available to them.  Expect 4-8 hours per week.

Skills needed:

  • Leadership and self-confidence
  • Self-initiative

 

Position: Program Development and Administration. (1 position)

This individual will work closely with the Bridge Director to assess the entire Bridge program including, classes, the student sign-up process, payment options, financing, and schedules. Furthermore, he/she would propose improvements and work with the Bridge Director and Marketing Manager to get more funding for the Bridge. This individual could also assist the Bridge Director with administrative work. Hours would be primarily logged at the Bridge although some work could happen off-site.  Expect 4-8 hours per week.

Skills needed:

  • Previous education experience or training.
  • Strong self-initiative.
  • Problem solving.

Position: Personal Tutors. (1-4 positions)

These individuals would focus on offering one-on-one sessions with students. They would need to be able to assess student needs and tailor lessons to their needs. Hours would primarily be logged at the Bridge although that could vary based on ESL student preferences. Expect 6-8 hours per week.

Skills needed:

  • Love of people and ability to clearly communicate.
  • Willingness to learn.
  • Relational humility.
  • Self-initiative.