Applications are currently being accepted for the positions of
Reporting directly to the President, the Vice President of Finance and Operations is a key member of the senior management team of the school, directing financial, business, and operations functions and offering advice and guidance in a collaborative, team-based environment.
The VP of Finance and Operations maintains oversight of the accounting and financial reporting, budgeting, HR/payroll, IT, legal compliance, audit, grant management, student and counseling client billing, financial aid (Title IV), Title IX and Clery Act compliance, risk management, student housing, endowment and asset management, security and emergency planning, and facility management.
The VP of Finance and Operations is the primary staff person assigned to the Finance and Business Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees. The VP will provide regular reports and data and upon request for the work of the administration and trustees and to support the quantitative tracking of the strategic plan and Institutional Scorecard.
Responsibilities also include direct supervision of the following staff: Finance Manager, Accounting Manager, Payroll Manager, IT and Facilities Director, Financial Aid Manager; and manage the relations with Butler University, external auditors, HR Consultant, external legal counsel, and IT vendors.
Staff counselor will provide counseling services; individual, marriage and family therapy, and group therapy when appropriate to CTS students, staff, faculty, and their families. Will also provide case management of these clients as is appropriate.
Christian Theological Seminary invites applications to serve as assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of Faculty. Support the work of the Dean’s Office. Coordinate activities with other departmental staff to ensure effective follow-through on all departmental activities.
CTS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and follows a practice of promoting equal employment opportunity. We do not discriminate on the basis of a person’s race, religion, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, handicap, disabled or Vietnam era veteran status, genetic or family medical history or any other protected class regarding considerations such as recruiting, hiring, training, on-the-job treatment, and promotion.