Great people to work with who believe in what they do.
Director of Infrastructure Services (Current Employee) – Mishawaka, IN – August 2, 2017
Bethel College is a good place to work and I feel there are exceptional faculty and staff. Pay is comparable to like not-for profit small colleges, but far lacking for industry wages. The leadership is honest and open.
Senior Community Assistant (Former Employee) – Newton, KS – May 16, 2017
Great for a college working environment, although management and benefits were quite poor. Worked a myriad of jobs within all levels of administration. Students were a joy to work with and I grew as an employee while here. Unfortunately one way I grew is in dealing with management that doesn't value an open line of communication.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY TEACHERS ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Mishawaka, IN – May 9, 2017
My job responsibilities were to work on the dissection of the college's human cadaver and the rabbit cadavers, setting up the lab classes, and I was also there to watch and aid students in their learning of the anatomy of humans. I was also able to sharpen my pre-existing knowledge of the human body.
Event Staff (Current Employee) – North Newton, KS – December 11, 2016
As part of the event staff, we are responsible for setting up and tearing down before and after sporting events. It is simple work that requires cooperation between students and the ability to follow orders
IT Specialist (Former Employee) – North Newton, KS – June 28, 2016
I worked as an IT Specialist for an on campus job. I learned a lot about troubleshooting and solving numerous issues that are common with computers and laptops. The beginning of the year is more busy due to people still learning the schools system but slows down drastically during the spring semester.
Media Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – IMS Department – September 28, 2015
I really enjoyed working here, and always had something to do until I was laid off. I mainly set up and took down all sound and video equipment as well as ran it throughout the day and catered to everyones needs.
Totally in love with thes job for the first three and a half years
Bethel College Campus Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Mishawaka, IN – July 17, 2015
I so enjoyed this job for several reasons. Great boss, great shift partner, and most co- workers. All of my students where so fun and kept me coming back and wanting to be there as much as I could. Not to mention the rate of pay plus the unlimited overtime. I made many relationships that even last until this day (2010). It ended on a sour note because of admin changes however, overall,l GREAT!
Dedicated faculty and staff committed to student success
Dir. Experiential Learning & Career Services (Former Employee) – North Newton, KS – May 28, 2015
Bright and engaging students from many states and other countries made it a joy to be a part of their college years. It was a honor to help them grow. Worked closely with caring colleagues.Hardest part for me was often saying "good by" at graduation. Best part was when I hear from them later in life. Job satisfaction working with college students was awesome and I grew from the experience, as well.
It is a small college where compassion, strong personal values, academic rigor and opportunity for development is abundant.
At a non-profit institution like a small private college, one stays for the students, not the salary.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – McKenzie, TN – December 9, 2014
I don't really want to comment further than to say it would be better to work anywhere in the world before anyone should consider working there. It is seriously managed poorly and they currently have at least 300 students with an MACR degree that can't get jobs. There is a lot of dirty laundry that is hidden from the accreditation company SACS.
Student Affairs Officer (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – August 26, 2014
The employees at Bethel College are hard working; multi-task many tasks and continually work toward implementing new initiatives for students to enhance their academic experience. The most enjoyable part of my job is providing hope and faith to potential students to navigate their academic goals.