Job Openings

ITC Helpdesk Team Member

ITC On Campus

The ITC Helpdesk team member serves as the first point of contact for Students, Faculty and Staff that are seeking technical assistance over the phone and email. The team member works with the IT team to create service requests, assists with troubleshooting, provides Tips & Tricks training and communication for the ITC department. Individuals interested in working part-time as a IT Helpdesk Team Member should complete the on-campus application and submit it to the ITC or HR departments.

Dispatch Officer

Campus Police

The requirements are being able to work 18-24 hrs per week; applicants should be 21 or turning 21 in the calendar year. Responsibilities include taking calls for service, dispatching the Patrol Officer to calls for service, signing in guests at the guardhouse, and enforcing laws and school policies on campus. Applicants should be comfortable with firearms or willing to learn.

Network Assistant

Information Technology Center

The Network Assistant works with the Network Administrator and is responsible for diagnostics, maintenance, and support of the campus networks. The Network Assistant provides technical support and troubleshooting assistance to end users with regards to network connectivity, security, system backups and virus protection. This position also works with other Technology Specialists in troubleshooting hardware and software issues as needed to support end users of NOBTS technology. This position can be part-time (28 hours) or full-time (40 hours).


Early Learning Center

The Early Learning Center is looking to hire for part- and full-time positions. As part of the ELC staff, you would be able to help care for and teach children from 6 weeks to 5 years old and make a difference by being a Christian influence for the next generation. If interested, please email or call (504) 816-8585.

Recreation Staff

Recreation Center

Recreation Staff ensures our members have a clean, safe, and organized environment, as well as, helping with organizing and working sporting events. Job responsibilities include: checking in and out members, cleaning and organizing Recreation Center equipment, cleaning and organizing different areas of the Recreation Center, helping with intramural and sporting events, along with any other request of the Recreation Director. Applicants need to be available to work during the weekday REC hours & occasional Saturday shift, able to work during the academic school year, and must be able to lift 15-45 lbs. Preferably, applicants should be 18 years or older, able to work morning and/or afternoon shift, have some customer service and recreation/sports experience.


Providence Guest House

This is a part-time position (28 hours per week). The housekeeper would clean and ready rooms for guests of the Providence Guest House.

Camera Officer

Campus Police

This is a part-time position (24-28 hours per week). Applicant must be at 18 years old and have a valid drivers license. Responsibilities include: watching cameras during business hours, being comfortable carrying a firearm if 21 yrs or older, basic computer skills (familiarity with Google applications and navigating Windows), assisting with Campus Police duties, and working special events on campus.

Administrative Assistant

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid Administrative Assistant's primary role is to help students with their financial situation as they pursue an education from NOBTS and to assist the Financial Aid Director as needed. You will spend the majority of your time (20 hours per week) on the phone, answering emails, or talking with students that come in with questions. Other duties in the office may include working with the director to process NOBTS scholarships, maintaining student files, keeping the website and job board/employment opportunities page updated, and various other office tasks as needed.

Technical Services Assistant

John T. Christian Library

The primary responsibility of the position is to provide administrative and clerical support to the Head of Technical Services and Cataloging. This position requires excellent organizational skills and high attention to detail. Proficiency with Microsoft Word required. Employees move boxes and push heavy carts, as well as move items up/down stairs. Data entry requires extended periods of sitting. Many special projects include the use of approved cleaning agents. Archived, rare, and older materials may expose one to allergens.

Database Administrator Assistant

Information Technology Center

The Database Administrator Assistant will assist with managing the seminary's student information system and support end users of the application. Part-time (28 hours) or full-time (40 hours) are available.

Campus Police

Patrol Officer

This is a full-time student position. Applicants must be able to work 40 hours a week. Applicants must be 21 years old or older and possess a valid driver's license. Patrol officers are responsible for patrolling the campus in a Campus Police vehicle, responding to calls for service, and responding to emergency situations. All Campus Police officers are expected to assist with extra duties, including special events on campus. Patrol officers are required to carry a firearm while on duty and should be comfortable with firearms or willing to learn.

Accounts Receivable Bookkeeper

Business Office

The Accounts Receivable Bookkeeper is a full-time position in the NOBTS Business Office. The main responsibilities include posting charges, credits, and payments to student and miscellaneous accounts; general phone and email student support; cashiering when needed. The applicant does not need to have prior experience, but knowledge of Microsoft Office is preferred. The applicant must be careful, organized, and diligent. The applicant must be able to work 40 hours per week.

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