Description: This full-time position will serve as an integral part of our administrative staff. The primary emphasis will be to provide high-level administrative support that may include planning/coordinating of meetings, scheduling, strong attention to detail, and reporting and tracking information through written and oral communication.
Qualifications: Prefer a candidate with an associate degree and several years of experience in an executive administrative support role. Candidates must be a member of Church of the King and have a passion for serving people and building lives.
LEAD College is a Bible and ministry-training institute that offers a non-accredited certificate program in ministry leadership to students 18-24 years old. Through Church of the King’s agreement with Oral Roberts University, a fully accredited Christian university students can pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Ministry and Leadership. Please be sure to read the mission and vision of LEAD College at leadcollege.org and of Oral Roberts University at oru.edu. If an applicant is selected by Church of the King and Lead College to teach an ORU class, the applicant will also go through the ORU application process and if accepted will be designated as adjunct faculty employed by ORU.
Adjunct instructors lecture in assigned subject areas, guide classroom discussions and group assignments, grade, and record class assignments, keep accurate attendance records, evaluate overall student performance, conduct student conferences, interact with university administrative staff and navigate the university’s online platform and student information system.
Oral Roberts University at Church of the King is currently looking for instructors to teach the following courses:
LCOM 101 - Oral Communications - An investigation of basic principles of communication and their application to interpersonal, small group, and public communication.
LHPE 101 - Fitness for Life I - Designed to provide the student the opportunity to continue developing, implementing, and monitoring a personal fitness program. Textbook assignments are included to build on the fitness knowledge base and thus to make the core requirements more meaningful.
LHPE 102 - Fitness for Life II - Designed to provide the student the opportunity to continue developing, implementing, and monitoring a personal fitness program. Emphasizes flexibility, strength, and weight control.
LHPE 171 - Discovering Health Fitness I - This course is designed for the adult learner and seeks to develop an understanding of, and personal appreciation for, the relationship of physical activity and fitness to health. Emphasizes the concept of health fitness through the conditioning of the cardio-respiratory system and the development of a healthy lifestyle. Includes consumer health information and a required weekly physical activity lab.
LHPE 172 - Discovering Health Fitness II - A continuation of Discovering Health Fitness 171 course with emphasis on total body health fitness for the adult learner. Focus areas include cardio-respiratory fitness, nutrition, body composition, musculoskeletal fitness, and stress management. Includes consumer health information and a required weekly physical activity lab.
LGOV 101 - American Government and Politics - A study of the institutions and processes of American government and politics at the national, state, and local levels, with attention to policy-making and the relationship between citizenship and Christian faith.
LHUM 203 - Learning from the Late Middle Ages - A historical survey and worldview synthesis emphasizing philosophical, religious, political, economic, artistic, and aesthetic developments of human culture and civilization from 1300 to 1648. Focuses on the Renaissance, the Reformation Age, and the Scientific Revolution.
LHUM 204 - Understanding Western Modern Civilization - A historical survey and worldview synthesis emphasizing philosophical, religious, political, economic, artistic, and aesthetic developments of human culture and civilization. This course focuses on the Modern world, including the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, World Wars and conflicts, globalization, and the emergent postmodern culture.
LBIO 101 - Principles of Biology Lecture & LBIO 101L - Principles of Biology Lab - This course is a study of the main principles of life common to both plants and animals, including scientific methods, levels of organization, cell structure and function, photosynthesis, respiration, molecular and Mendelian genetics, reproduction, development, evolution, classification, behavior and ecology, and their appropriate applications for solving current biological problems.
LGEN 356 - Biomedical Ethics - Deals with ethical aspects of current biological technologies and issues such as creation- evolution, genetic engineering, biomedical issues, human population control, and environmental ethics, from a Christian perspective.
LGEN 434 - Game Theory and Politics - This course introduces game theory, the influence that it has on political science, and its practical applications in political planning and decision making. Through lecture, illustrative examples, and discussion of political, social, and economic phenomena, students will learn how strategic actors use game theory to enhance their political strategy and decision-making processes.
LMAT 151 - Math and Society - A study of the pattern and order in the universe, including creative thought in making conjectures based on inductive reasoning and application in problem-solving using deductive reasoning. Covers problem-solving, statistics, finance and logic.
LSPA 101 - Elementary Spanish I - Covers intensive oral work, grammar, and composition, including possessives, formal commands, present indicatives, progressives, and reflexives. Covers most activities listed in the ACTFL novice mid level competencies.
LSPA 102 - Elementary Spanish II - A continuation of SPA 101. Includes oral practice and covers preterite, imperfect, and present subjunctive tenses as well as double object pronouns. Covers most activities listed in the ACTFL novice high competencies.
Master’s degree from an accredited institution with 18 graduate semester hours in applicable subject field;
Prior teaching experience preferred, excellent communication skills, and effective teaching ability;
Basic computer literacy, up to date laptop;
Classes are usually taught twice per week for two hours each meeting, Monday through Thursday, between 8:00 am- 7:00 pm; must be available to teach in-person courses some time in this window;
Willingness to be a professional role model and mentor to recent high school graduates and young adults;
Commitment to undergraduate education, professional growth, service, and scholarship in a distinctively Christian setting;
Agree to and abide by the Church of the King, LEAD College and Oral Roberts University’s Mission and Institutional Goals, Core Values, and Doctrinal Statements;
Eligibility to work in the U.S.;
Outstanding Christian character.
Oral Roberts University is a Christian University that offers accredited degrees through LEAD College. LEAD College is a Bible and ministry-training institute that offers a certificate program in ministry leadership to students 18-24 years old. Please be sure to read the mission and vision of LEAD College at leadcollege.org
Names and phone numbers of three professional references;
Copies of transcripts (unofficial transcripts will be accepted for application purposes/ official transcripts required for employment)
Course descriptions and titles of the graduate-level 18 credit hours that apply to the specific subject area you desire to teach.
Statement of teaching philosophy
Following a preliminary screening and approval, ORU at Church of the King will invite preferred candidates to submit additional information, including three letters of recommendation, official graduate transcripts, a background check, and representative course syllabi. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.