The successful candidate will serve as a Christian minister and administrator to the Regent University student body and to a lesser extent the campus community. This person provides pastoral care and, in cooperation and coordination with other Regent leaders, provides spiritual initiative in developing, and executing programs for students and to a limited extent staff and faculty.
The Director’s overall goal is: to assist Regent students to grow like Jesus Christ in wisdom, stature, favor with God and man, through the love of the Father, and the power of the Holy Spirit, and to engage the Holy Scriptures as an authority for Christian life and practice, to encourage them through the challenges encountered in their pursuit of higher education, and to help them build a mature relationship with Christ to sustain them through a lifetime of Christian Leadership.
Candidate must have:
Aptitude in public ministry including the ability to preach with effectiveness.
Experience and aptitude for personal counseling/coaching a variety of issues.
Experience leading and mentoring young adults.
High personal integrity, exemplary godly character, and a life consistent with the biblical qualifications of a minister as described in Titus 1:5-9.
Integrity, maturity, self-confidence, creativity, and patience
A high degree of leadership effectiveness motivated by a servant-heart, leading boldly with both conviction and compassion.
Commitment to Regent’s core values of Excellence, Innovation and Integrity.
Master's degree in Ministry or its equivalent.
At least five years of experience in church or church-related ministry, or in a similar position at a Christian college or university.
Regent University is one of the nation's leading academic centers for Christian thought and action, with a multitude of graduate and undergraduate programs available worldwide. Our academic standards are high and our programs rigorous, but what sets Regent apart is our mission to prepare capable men and women to excel both in mind and spirit. Our students, faculty and administrators share a calling, founded on Biblical principles, to make a significant difference in our world.