Convictions and Character/Religious Qualifications

FBBC&TS seeks to maintain its theological and ecclesiastical identity as a Baptist institution of higher education. Therefore, we seek only to employ faculty whose beliefs, lifestyle, and convictions align with FBBC&TS’s religious positions. As such, all applicants must meet the following expectations:

  • Applicants must agree without mental reservation with FBBC&TS’ foundational documents.
  • Applicants must be Baptists in their beliefs and practice.
  • Applicants must adhere to Biblical standards of morality and living.
  • Applicants and/or their spouses must not be or ever have been divorced.
Application Process
  1. Carefully read the FBBC&TS’ foundational documents.
  2. Complete and submit your application to
  3. Email your resume and/or curriculum vitae to
  4. Complete the Predictive Index Assessment.

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Academic Qualifications
  • A four-year college degree is desired, preferably in some category of Biblical Studies. A master’s degree in communications, counseling, theology, or ministry is preferred.
  • Previous experience and/or training in department and personnel management are preferred.
  • Previous experience and/or training in Biblical counseling is preferred.
  • Previous pastoral experience would be very helpful for this position.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • An ability to manage and supervise people effectively.
  • An ability to maintain and review a budget and department operations.
  • A strong knowledge of God’s Word and skill in counseling and discipleship.
  • A love for God, a fervent relationship with Him, and love for people.
  • An ability to communicate well with people in various settings from one-on-one to large groups of people.
  • A high degree of independent decision-making skills and initiative.
  • Strong organizational skills for event planning, activities, calendars, training, etc.
  • An ability to relate to all sorts of people, especially college students, from a variety of backgrounds.