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If you'd like to apply or inquire about one of these positions, please call or email Human Resources 214-887-5220 or humanresources@dts.edu. You can also download the employment application.

At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for any position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. A two-year commitment is required.

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Current Openings

Full-Time Houston Teaching Faculty

Department: Biblical Exposition
Available: July 1, 2014

Job Description: The successful candidate for this faculty position in the Department of Bible Exposition (BE) will assume the full responsibilities of a tenure-track teaching professional at the DTS Houston campus, with occasional courses taught on the Dallas campus and at external campuses. In accordance with the mission of the Seminary and the BE department, this individual will seek to prepare godly servant leaders for a lifetime of study, exposition, and application of the Scriptures. Faculty members support the educational process by advising students, serving on committees, addressing projects as assigned, and by assisting at strategic events.

Job Duties:

Distinctive of the Bible Exposition Department:
 The Bible Exposition Department exists historically at DTS out of a commitment of its founders to ground all of the Seminary’s students in all 66 books of the Word of God.  This perspective is distinct among most academic departments of Biblical Studies at seminaries.  The goals of the BE Department at DTS include aiding the student: 1) to discover the unifying message of each book and how the various parts support this message, 2) to demonstrate how the message of each book contributes to the overall biblical theology of the Scriptures, 3) to develop a consistent, literal, grammatical, historical, literary, and theological approach to Scripture, and 4) to guide students into an understanding of valid applications of Scripture.  This is done with a primary focus on the biblical text while still seeking to be versed in the current issues of academic research.  More information of the distinctives and methodologies of the BE Department at DTS is available to interested applicants upon request.

Specific Duties:

Academic Responsibilities (Reporting to the Chairman of the Biblical Exposition Department)

• Teach a full-time load (16-20 credit hours per academic year)
• Teach required and elective courses according to departmental criteria
• Be fully supportive of the mission, goals, and methods of the Bible Exposition Department and participate in department meetings as possible
• Supervise theses and dissertations in the department as assigned
• Participate in Ph.D. exams and dissertation defense
• Participate in External Studies programs as assigned to complete teaching responsibilities
• Make progress toward tenure and promotions as indicated in the Faculty Handbook
• Represent the Department and the Seminary in research and publication

Academic Administrative Responsibilities (Reporting to the Dean of the DTS-Houston campus)

• Attend weekly faculty/staff meetings on the DTS-Houston campus
• Maintain office hours and be available for student mentoring and advising as assigned
• Participate in student orientation, Day@dts (recruitment), and other events
• Serve on faculty committees as assigned
• Attend Chapel programs, the annual Faculty Workshop (mid-August) and Commencement (mid-May)
• Represent the Department and the Seminary at churches and conferences


Job Requirements: The ideal candidate must have a completed terminal degree, preferably a Ph.D. or TH.D. in biblical studies. The candidate must be in full agreement with and must sign the DTS Doctrinal Statement annually and live by the lifestyle standards stated in the Faculty Handbook. The candidate must have proven experience in pastoral ministry (10 years or more preferred) along with a strong conviction of expositional teaching with a clear passion for pastoral ministry and theological education. The successful applicant must have experience demonstrating an ability to teach in higher theological education and be able to work as a member of a team. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. Please direct all letters of interest (with accompanying CV) or inquiries to: Dr. Stephen Bramer, Chairman and Professor of Bible Exposition, DTS 3909 Swiss Avenue, Dallas TX 75204 Emails may be sent to sbramer@dts.edu Phone contact may be directed to 214-887-5091 *Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Part-Time Alumni Media Coordinator

Department: Alumni
Hours: 20 Hours per week
Available: Immediately
Salary: $11-$12 per hour

Job Description: This position will work with the Director of Alumni in coordinating, developing, and editing alumni publications which include the Connection magazine and the monthly e-news email. Other responsibilities include coordinating, editing, and producing the biannual alumni directory, as well as, assisting the Placement office with managing files, sending out resumes, sending letters to ministries, and performing other various office duties as needed.

Job Duties:

~~• Draft news, solicit and edit articles for “Dallas Connection”, the alumni quarterly news magazine
• Produce and edit monthly Alumni E-Newsletter
• Assist the Alumni Administrative Assistant in answering placement emails, maintaining daily placement procedures, and printing daily placement letters
• Provide data entry, writing, and editing support for Alumni Relations and Placement Services
• Assist alumni with password issues as related to the online alumni directory
• Coordinate CARS data entry for changes received from alumni directory forms
 


Job Requirements: The successful applicant must have three years of office experience and editing or proofreading experience. Must have strong oral and written communication skills, the ability and desire to learn a variety of computer programs and maintain confidentiality. A creative, self-starter with an ability to “think outside the box” is desired. Must be able to type 40 words per minute. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. A two year commitment is required. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources. Visit www.dts.edu or Human Resources for more information!

Full-Time Advisor to International Students

Department: Student Services- International Student Office
Hours: 40 hours per week
Available: May 1, 2013
Salary: $34,000-$36,000 per year

Job Description: This position is responsible for the advising of international students and their families at all campuses. Secondly, this position is responsible for serving as a liaison for students with disabilities in the progress of their studies.

Job Duties:
  • Manage the International Student Office and all issues pertaining to it
  • Advise international students and their families on matters related to immigration and cultural adjustment
  • Advise staff and faculty regarding international and transcultural students
  • Act as the Primary Designated School Official* for F-1 students; Responsible Officer** for J-1 students
  • Monitor that DTS remains in compliance with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Department of State (DOS) Code of Federal Regulations and the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) system requirements for enrolled international students
  • Oversee the International Student Fellowship Council and annual International Chapel
  • Oversee office events and programs (banquets, seminars, orientation, and cultural exchange activities)
  • Serve on DTS Committees as assigned
  • Foster relationships with off-campus churches, ministry organizations, and volunteers for international student support

Academic Advising

  • Oversee international student academic progress in compliance with immigration guidelines
  • Serve as academic advisor to international students for all campuses (degree completion, immigration requirements, course load, satisfactory academic progress)
  • Manage and monitor the tutor/editing program
  • Coordinate with Advising Center about ongoing academic procedures

Coordination of Services for Students with Disability

  • Coordinate services and documentation for students with disabilities
  • Serve as a liaison between student and staff/faculty as needed
  • Complete special projects as assigned by the Vice President for Student Services

*Primary Designated School Official (PDSO): Advise international students on maintaining legal status, authorized employment, program extensions, registration regulations, family immigration, DTS program completion, and re-entry to home country.  Authorize curricular and optional practical training for petitioning students.  Represent and speak for DTS in matters relating to B1/B2, F-1, F-2, J-1, J-2, H1B, L-1, E-1, and other non-immigrant student visa categories.  Assign and oversee other DSO’s (Designated School Officials) as needed to represent DTS.

**Responsible Officer (RO): Advises J-1 students on visa issues and act as a signatory.  The RO must be familiar with the Exchange Visitor Program and monitor the compliance of students and DTS with USCIS regulations.  Authorize on-campus employment for J-1 students and petition for J-2 dependents.  Create annual report to the USCIS for the status of DTS’s adherence to the Exchange Visitor Program.  Monitor the health and well-being of exchange students including maintaining proper health insurance required by USCIS.  Recommend prospective students eligible for J-1 status to ILSP/Foundation.  Assign and oversee the position of Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO).


Job Requirements: The successful applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree and be able to meet the Department of Homeland Security eligibility requirements to be a PDSO, which includes being a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident. Must have at least three years of supervisory experience in an advisory, administrative, or educational capacity. Must have an ability to learn complex federal immigration regulations related to student immigration status and visas. Must have the ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships within a diverse multicultural environment. Must be able to multi-task, research, analyze, and interpret data. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills. A Master’s degree and knowledge of SEVIS, F-1, and J-1 immigration regulations and procedures are helpful. Experience in overseas and cross-cultural training along with a working knowledge of DTS procedures and practices are also helpful. A two-year commitment is required. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources.

Part-Time Event Services Assistant

Department: Facilities/ Services
Hours: 20 Hours per week
Available: April 18, 2014
Salary: $10 per hour

Job Description: The Event Services Assistant will be responsible for assisting with and executing all Event Services administrative details and assisting with Facilities and Plant Operations Department (FPO) needs as requested.

Job Duties:

• Assist with the processing of all Event Service Request Forms by entering them into the Facility Schedule book and the online master calendar for scheduling, reporting, and tracking information
• Maintain an accurate and timely work order process for all Facilities Operations, Events, Custodial, and Catering departments
• Ensure that the campus facilities schedule is ready by Thursday of each week for campus distribution
• Use the CARS system to schedule events.
• Assist with set-up and catering for various events as needed
• Respond to event inquiries appropriately and in a timely manner
• File work orders and Event Services Request forms
• Cover FPO front desk during the lunch hour Monday through Friday
• Participate in and remain up to date on FPO safety training
• Assist with telephone calls and walk-in customers
• Update contact lists for catering resources
• Run errands to purchase event items as needed
• Other duties as assigned
 


Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have a friendly personality, excellent written communication skills, as well as excellent verbal communication skills in person and over the phone. This applicant must be detail oriented, able to multi-task, remain calm under pressure, and be flexible to work after regular business hours when needed. Must be computer literate in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook. Must be able to operate a golf cart safely. Must be able to lift, carry, and transport moderately heavy items, and be able to safely use sharp cutting/slicing utensils. Must be able to type 60 words per minute. Must have a valid driver’s license. Catering experience is helpful. A two-year commitment is required. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources.

Part-Time Assistant Apartment Manager to Women for Washington Hall

Department: Housing
Hours: 20 Hours per week
Available: April, 14, 2014
Salary: Free Private Apartment in Washington Hall

Job Description: The Assistant Manager shares the responsibilities of the Manager to prayerfully support the spiritual community of Washington Hall. The Assistant Manager to Women should purposefully seek to know all the female residents such that she will have some awareness of the emotional well-being of the individual and community. She will endeavor to assist with roommate or neighbor difficulties and will assist the Manager to meet the administrative needs of the facility.

Job Duties:

• Pray for the community’s health as needs become apparent
• Encourage healthy Christian community
• Assist with move-in/move-out operational needs
• Help cover holidays
• Sub for Manager as needed
• Help oversee amenities use
• Assist with planning and assists in conducting activities
 


Job Requirements: The successful applicant must be a female student at DTS with an outgoing personality, mature sensitivity, and willingness to reach out to others. Must be diligent, with a strong work ethic. Must be organized, a creative thinker, and desire to be involved in community. Must be a woman of prayer and be goal oriented. A positive outlook, approachable demeanor, and good class standing are all desirable. Must have experience with property management, housing staff (such as an RA in college), or customer service. A two year commitment is required. When applying please attach an additional sheet describing all the days and times that you are available to work. Your class schedule is not needed. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources.

Full-Time Systems Analyst

Department: Information Technology
Hours: 40 hours per week
Available: March 1, 2014
Salary: $36,000-$39,000 per year

Job Description: By the direction of the Assistant Director of Information Technology, the Systems Analyst is responsible for general design, configuration, backup, recovery, audit, documentation and maintenance, primarily, of Windows ‘Enterprise” Desktop Computers and related technology. The Systems Analyst evaluates, designs, installs, manages, and maintains the installation and backup of quality of desktop computer systems running, mostly, Microsoft Windows Operating Systems in support of Desktop Computing at Dallas Seminary’s main campus. The Systems Analyst works with Management, IT Systems Group, and IT Desktop Support/Helpdesk personnel to envision, plan, implement and maintain the Desktop Computing services ‘installed base of computers’ in concert and harmony with all technologies at Dallas Seminary.

Job Duties:

• Utilize on-site inspection and audit of CARS asset-management, create a functional database of active or functional desktop and notebook computers (assets) assigned to DTS faculty and staff 
• Work with Desktop Support Group to keep desktop asset database current
• Work with Systems Group personnel to develop reliable support infrastructures and processes to backup desktop computer data
• Manage Windows desktop backup systems and processes, confirming the reliability of the backed up data through periodic audits and test restores
• Manage the IT departments secure data ‘hard drive / disk’ disposal process
• Manage the Windows imaging/cloning server and / or processes for rolling out new desktop and notebook computers and repair of the same
• Manage servers related to Desktop Computing support (antivirus, etc.)
• Work with Systems Personnel to create and maintain Active Directory ‘Group Policies” to support desktop functionality and reliability
• Help manage and implement issues with Windows PC patch releases and upgrades
• Work as an intermediary between Systems Group and Desktop Group to resolve Server or Network related issues in a timely manner
•  Monitor and provide follow-up attention to Helpdesk calls, surveys, and open or unresolved issues
•  Document all key processes and procedures
•  Perform other tasks as directed by DTS management
 


Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have experience with Microsoft Windows XP pro, 7 pro, and 8 pro PC and have experience in a full-time computer support role (business or ministry) for at least 5 years. Must have a broad knowledge and exceptional experience troubleshooting current PC hardware related to the corporate environment. Must have experience introducing and integrating computers in a Windows 2008-2012 r2 Active Directory environment via computer refresh and/or daily maintenance. Must know PC imaging / cloning experience (preferred: Acronis Server). Must have PXE Boot experience (imaging and wake on lan backup). Must demonstrate aptitude to organize and follow large, high priority tasks through to completion and the ability to think and work in an organized and effective manner in an environment that has rapidly shifting and often contradictory demands and priorities. Experience with Windows 2008 – 2012 R2 server, Windows Power Shell Scripting, and Windows Active Directory Group Policy are helpful. Being a self starter with an ability to manage own projects for efficient and on-time delivery will be helpful. Other skills desired are: ability to be self-motivated, pro-active, a team player and well spoken. A degree in Computer Science or a related field or comparable combination of education and experience preferred. Experience and ability to make decisions and provide recommendations that can affect an entire project/system/organization is helpful. Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to easily and effectively interact with technical, non-technical, support, and business staff at all levels is desired, along with, strong oral and written communication skills, including presentation skills and experience communicating with technical and non-technical audiences. Professional appearance, attitude, and conduct also desired. A two year commitment is required. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources.

Part-Time On-Call Custodian

Department: Custodial Services
Hours: 7am-5pm, Monday-Friday (On-Call); 20 hours per week
Available: Immediately
Salary: $9.45 per hour

Job Description: Perform routine cleaning when called in under direction of Custodial Shift Supervisor.

Job Duties:

Typical duties include, but are not restricted to:  dust/ wet mopping, sweeping, wet mopping, vacuuming, dusting, cleaning rest rooms, removing trash, polishing furniture, cleaning white boards, filling dispensers, cleaning main kitchen in Mitchell Ministries Center; distributing Custodial Services supplies to closets across campus; distribute coffee services supplies across campus, clean in Swiss Tower.


Job Requirements: The successful applicant must be dependable and have a positive attitude. Must be able to work as part of a team. Must be punctual. Must support the mission of DTS and Custodial Services. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources. Please visit www.dts.edu or Human Resources for an application!

Temporary Custodian II: Swiss Tower

Department: Custodial Services
Hours: 8am-4:30pm; 40 hours per week
Available: April 22, 2014- July 7, 2014
Salary: $9.45 per hour

Job Description: This position is responsible for performing the routine and special cleaning of Swiss Tower under direction of Custodial Shift Supervisors and/or Custodial Director.

Job Duties:
  • The specific duties of this position include but are not limited to the following:
    • Emptying trash; vacuuming carpets; dust/ wet mopping; disinfecting/ servicing restrooms; cleaning whiteboards; cleaning water fountains; dusting ledges, countertops, furniture, desks; moving trash compactor outside for pickup; cleaning areas around garbage chute and garbage compactor; cleaning door glass; cleaning elevator doors, collecting litter and sweeping entrance ways.
  • The following may also be required as directed:
    • Responding to and taking appropriate action on reactive calls (spills) dusting/cleaning blinds; sweeping/mopping stairwells; detail cleaning restrooms, public rooms; washing windows (internal and external); washing trash receptacles; cleaning vents, ducts, lights, and overhead items; attending monthly, evening training meetings; removing bulky trash from apartment units (furniture); removing cardboard from collection point; cleaning outdoor equipment (tables, grills) assisting custodial services staff on main campus.
  • Communicate any facility deficiencies to appropriate FPO personnel
  • Follow oral and written instructions regarding safety, administrative and cleaning matters
  • Listen to and collect information from customers when approached, and work with them to meet their needs within the scope of responsibility

Job Requirements: Previous custodial experience helpful. Applicant should be detail oriented, flexible in job assignments, a self-starter, friendly, have good communication skills, and the ability to work alone but also in a team setting. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources. Please visit Human Resources or www.dts.edu for an application.

Full-Time Special Events Coordinator

Department: Advancement
Hours: 8am-4:30pm
Available: Immediately
Salary: $30,000-$33,000 per year

Job Description: This position is responsible for coordinating and directing special events for the Advancement Department. The purpose of these events is to raise funds for the Seminary, create positive public relations, recognize and reward donors, accrue new donors, and raise community awareness for DTS.

Job Duties:
  • Plan, coordinate, and execute Advancement events each year in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston, including: Banquets, Golf Tournaments, Donor Weekend Getaways, Spring Dinners, Donor Christmas Parties, Capital Campaign events, and Donor On-Campus events
  • Oversee the Special Events Assistant


Job Requirements: The successful applicant must have experience in planning, managing, and budgeting for events. Must be able to multi-task, have good communication skills, and have strong organization skills. Must be a team player with a servants heart, and express creativity when planning events in various venues. Must have experience in producing printed materials (e.g., invitations, programs, trip manuals, and brochures). Graphic design skills are helpful. Good time management skills, ability to think proactively, and the ability to represent DTS well to the public will also be helpful. Experience and knowledge of an Events Database, particularly Raiser’s Edge, also helpful. A two year commitment is required. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources.

Full-Time Teaching Faculty

Department: Pastoral Ministries
Available: Immediately

Job Description: The successful candidate for this faculty position in the Department of Pastoral Ministries will assume the full responsibilities of a tenure-track teaching professional at the DTS Dallas campus. In accordance with the mission of the Seminary and the PM department, this individual will seek to prepare biblically-centered pastors and other Christian leaders for ministry who focus on the exposition of the Word of God and are characterized by vision for a spiritually lost world, the leadership of God’s church, and a shepherd’s heart for ministry. Faculty members support the educational process by advising students, serving on committees, addressing projects as assigned, and by assisting at strategic events.

Job Duties:

Academic Responsibilities (reporting to the Chairman of the Pastoral Ministries Department)

  • Teach a full-time load (16-20 credit hours per academic year)
  • Teach courses such as homiletics, spiritual life, evangelism, and pastoral theology according to departmental criteria
  • Participate in External Studies programs as assigned to complete teaching responsibilities
  • Make progress toward tenure and promotions as indicated in the Faculty Handbook
  • Attend Chapel programs, the annual Faculty Workshop (mid-August) and Commencement (mid-May)
  • Represent the Department and the Seminary in research and publication
  • Represent the Department and the Seminary at churches and conferences

Academic Administrative Responsibilities

  • Attend weekly departmental meetings and faculty meetings
  • Maintain office hours and be available for student mentoring and advising as assigned
  • Participate in student orientation, Focus:Day@dts (recruitment), and other events
  • Serve on faculty committees as assigned.

Job Requirements: The ideal candidate must have a completed terminal degree, preferably a Ph.D. in biblical/theological studies or social sciences. The candidate must be in full agreement with and must sign the DTS Doctrinal Statement annually and live by the lifestyle standards stated in the Faculty Handbook (mandatory). They must have proven experience in pastoral ministry along with a clear passion for pastoral ministry and theological education. The successful applicant must have experience demonstrating an ability to teach in higher theological education and be able to work as a member of a team. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. Please direct all letters of interest (with accompanying CV) or inquiries to: Dr. Vic Anderson, Chairman and Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministries, DTS 3909 Swiss Avenue, Dallas TX 75204 Emails may be sent to PMOffice@dts.edu. Phone contact may be directed to 214-824-3094 Ex. 3516

Part-Time Media Assistant

Department: Mosher Media Center
Hours: Approximately 12 per week; Must be available Monday 3:30pm-9:30pm
Available: March 31, 2014
Salary: $10 per hour

Job Description: The Media Assistant is responsible for helping students in the computer labs and assisting students with various media needs, such as audio and video editing/recording, scanning, and creating presentations.

Job Duties:
  • Assist students in Mac and PC computer labs
  • Teach software training sessions
  • Gain a working knowledge of the following software: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Logos, GarageBand, and iMovie
  • Conduct daily maintenance
  • Track equipment rental and media usage
  • Sell media supplies
  • Provide lamination, binding, video duplication, scanning, and passport photo service
  • Teach software training sessions
  • Answer telephone and assist callers
  • Other tasks as assigned

Job Requirements: The successful applicant must be familiar with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and iMovie. Must have good interpersonal skills and be able to communicate clearly. Must also have a desire and ability to learn how to use a variety of software and equipment. Must have good teaching and tutoring skills and be available to work on Mondays and Wednesdays during the hours specified above. Photography, scanning, video, and graphic art experience is desired. Familiarity with Logos, Photoshop, GarageBand, and Final Cut Pro is also helpful. A current DTS student is preferred. A two-year commitment is required. At this time, applicants who are either related or engaged to be married to any current DTS employee cannot be considered for this position. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources.