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Company: Nipawin Bible College
Contact Person: Kendall Dyck
Box 1986
Nipawin, Saskatchewan , S0E 1E0
Phone: (306) 862-5095

Position Description

Faculty – Biblical and General Studies
Role Purposes and Details - March 2018


Role Purposes / Outcomes

  • To involve each student in a learning experience that develops their mind, emotion and will toward the mission outcomes of Nipawin Bible College.
  • To inspire students to follow Christ through exemplary Christian character and conduct.
  • To inspire students in the development of a vision and commitment to become life-long learners in their personal and vocational life.
  • To find ways of engaging in personal interaction with students that will build relationships outside of the classroom and maximize impact in their lives.
  • To provide a positive experience for each student through excellence in teaching, individual encouragement, and grading that is prompt and impartial.
  • To engage in ongoing professional development that will enhance the knowledge, content, experience, and methodology pertaining to their courses, as well as their ability to communicate effectively to students.
  • To engage in ongoing evaluation and discussion of the agreed upon ends as it relates to the educational mission of the institution.

Role Details – Bible/General Education Instructor

  • Primary role is classroom instruction. Twelve credit hours is considered full-time for those without significant administrative roles (dependent upon class sizes).
  • Depending upon education, experience and interest, teaching responsibilities could include Bible instruction (primary), general education and ministry training courses (e.g. Ethics, Discipleship, Pastoral Studies, preaching).
  • The position is generally full time teaching but it may be combined with other administrative or leadership roles depending upon the individual’s gifting.
  • May include incidental tutoring.

The candidate should evidence;

  • Commitment to Christ as Lord and the Word of God as instructive and authoritative in all aspects of their life.
  • Enthusiasm for nurturing others in their personal, spiritual, and intellectual development.
  • Strong interpersonal skill with an orientation toward teamwork and adaptability.
  • Confirmed giftedness in the area of teaching and communication
  • Experience in the Bible College context, with a strong belief in their value.
  • Masters Degree, preferably in Biblical or Theological studies.

The application deadline is March 30, 2018.  Contact the office if you need more time for applying.  Interested applicants should send a resume, including curriculum vitae and letter of introduction, with references available upon request to  All correspondence will be confidential.  

Posted: March 19, 2018 | Expires: April 30, 2018
Posted Under: Education
Career ID: [ 5125 ]