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Security Officer

Security
Full-time
40 hours/12 months
September 13, 2017


Summary

The Security Officer will perform in a professional manner routine daily security duties to protect the campus community and assets of Columbia International University.The satisfactory performance of these duties will result in a safe and secure environment for the campus community to live, work, and study.


Responsibilities

  • Maintain the physical security of buildings and facilities by conducting walk-throughs, door checks, and by following lock/unlock schedules.
  • Maintain the security of campus grounds to protect campus community and facilities by frequent vehicle and foot patrols or by manning an access control point.
  • Continually be observant of individuals and situations that may compromise the security and safety of the campus community and facilities.
  • Be observant for maintenance issues that require attention.
  • Enforce campus parking and traffic regulations.
  • Complete necessary reports and paperwork as required.
  • Maintain a professinal appearance and attitude.
  • Work as a team with other officers and the campus community.


Qualifications

  • Ability to analyze problems and select proper corrective action.
  • Must be 21 years of age in order to meet state requirements for security officer.
  • Ability to be certified in the use of firearms and non-lethal weapons such as OC spray and baton.
  • Ability to complete additional training as required.
  • Good all-around public relations and communication skills.
  • Ability to keep good composure in all situations.
  • Ability to work alone and remain alert to surroundings.
  • Flexibility in days and hours available for work, including weekends, and holidays.
  • Ability to sit and drive for long periods of time.
  • Ability to stand on feet for a long period of time.
  • Good physical condition.
  • High school diploma.
  • One year of law enforcement or security experience.

 

Lower School Teacher

Ben Lippen Lower School
Full-time
Full-time: 10 months August – May
August 01, 2018

Description

The lower school teacher is responsible for teaching students at Ben Lippen Lower School (MR & SAR).

Responsibilities

  • Instructional activities, primarily classroom teaching 
  • Facilitating student growth through character formation
  • Content mastery
  • Ministry
  • School community involvement

Qualifications

  • BS Degree required, MA degree preferred
  • ACSI teacher certification required
  • State certification preferred
  • Recent teaching experience preferred

Groundskeeper

Physical Plant
Full-time
40 hours/12 months
July 10, 2017

Description

The purpose of this position is to assist in providing environmental landscape maintenance and general care for the grounds of Columbia International University and Ben Lippen School which will result in a pleasant and functional outdoor environment. 

Responsibilities

  • Maintaining lawn
  • Maintaining equipment
  • Pruning shrubs and trees
  • Planting flowers and shrubs
  • Spraying lawn and shrubs
  • Supervising student workers

Qualifications

  •  Knowledge and skill in using all types of grounds keeping equipment.
  •  General knowledge in repair of equipment from mowers to light equipment.
  •  Skill in the use of power and hand tools
  •  Ability to use heavy equipment such as backhoe, tractor, and dump truck.
  •  One year grounds keeping and/or landscaping maintenance experience.

Michael Naylor

Naylor
Michael
A photo of Michael Naylor, New Testament professor at CIU.
Bible Studies Chair, Professor of New Testament

B.A., Moody Bible Institute; M.A., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Ph.D., University of Edinburgh

 

Mike Naylor is a New Testament professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. Originally from Iowa, Mike has also lived in Chicago, Edinburgh (Scotland), and Maryland. Mike joined the faculty at Columbia International University in 2012 after serving as an adjunct faculty member at Liberty University Online, Mountain State University, and the Evening Bible Institute of Appalachian Bible College.

In terms of teaching interests, he enjoys working with Koine Greek and loves teaching a variety of New Testament books. His doctoral research focused upon Revelation and John’s depiction of Jesus. Mike’s research interests include the historical, cultural, and religious contexts of early Christianity, the use of the Old Testament in the New, and the development and expression of early Christian theology.

He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, the Society of Biblical Literature, and the Institute for Biblical Research. Prior to his PhD studies, Mike also served as a youth director, worship leader, and associate pastor. One of his delights in teaching is seeing students discover new insights into the Bible and develop their skills and passion for understanding God’s Word. 

One of Mike’s chief joys in life is the family God has blessed him with. He has been married since 2005 to Trudy, and they share the joy of having three children: Henry, Liza, and Gemma.

Publications:

Complexity and Creativity: John’s Presentation of Jesus in the Book of Revelation. Gorgias Biblical Studies 69. Gorgias Press, forthcoming.

Croteau, David A. and Michael P. Naylor. “The Question of a Historical Adam: a New Testament Perspective,” in Searching for Adam. Edited by Terry Mortenson. Green Forest (AR): Master Books, 2016.

“Peter Stuhlmacher and Biblical Theology,” in Pillars in the History of Biblical Interpretation. Vol. 2. Edited by Stanley E. Porter and Sean Adams. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2016.

“Alpha and Omega” and “Two Witnesses,” in Dictionary of the Bible and Western Culture: A Handbook for Students. Edited by Mary Ann Beavis and Michael Gilmour. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, 2012.

“The Roman Imperial Cult and Revelation.” Currents in Biblical Research, 8.2 (2010): 207-239.

 

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