Goldey-Beacom College is eager to add qualified, enthusiastic staff and faculty members to the GBC team. Below you will find the listing of positions we currently have available at our Pike Creek Delaware campus.
If interested, please fill out the GBC Employment Application.Employment Application
Maintenance Custodian (Full Time)
Goldey-Beacom College Facilities Department is currently accepting applications for a Maintenance Custodian. This full-time position is 40 hours per week; evenings and weekend coverage will be required. Principal job duties include, but are not limited to, dusting, vacuuming, and cleaning classrooms, vacuuming or steam-cleaning furniture, sweeping, mopping, and/or vacuuming hallways, emptying and cleaning ash trays and cigarette receptacles, cleaning windows, sweeping and mopping stairs, wiping down walls, and cleaning and sanitizing restrooms in accordance with established practices and procedures. During inclement weather, candidate must be able to report to campus to clear walkways of snow and clean up during snow storms. Candidates must have the ability to lift at least 50 pounds daily or when needed. Applicants are expected to have some understanding of computers with knowledge in Word, Excel, and Outlook applications and strong communication abilities, including writing skills. A high school diploma is required and custodian experience is preferred. Interested applicants should send a resume, letter of application, and a completed GBC Employment Application to Meezie Foster, Director of Facilities, Goldey-Beacom College, 4701 Limestone Road, Wilmington, DE 19808, or to email@example.com. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.
Director of Counseling Services
Goldey-Beacom College is accepting applications for a full-time Director of Counseling Services position. The holder of this position will report to the Dean of Students and will oversee all functions relating to the counseling services for residential and commuting students. The position is a 10-month position, running from August through May. The job responsibilities include the following:
- Provide individual and group counseling services to students; including clinical services (intake; individual; couples; group; and emergency/crisis counseling; and individual assessment); outreach and consultation services, training (internship and practicum students).
- Promote a safe environment for students to discuss their feelings and then, ultimately, help them develop strategies to deal with the events in their life.
- Responsible for daily operations of Counseling Services.
- Supervise and coordinate graduate interns and students workers.
- Design and implement outreach and intervention programs as needed.
- Supervise the provision of health care services for students.
- Serve as Student Affairs point of contact for the provision of interventions and services for students determined to be "at risk".
- Collaborate with faculty and staff to develop programmatic goals in order to provide comprehensive counseling opportunities to students.
- Consults with faculty, students, and staff concerning student needs and students of concerns.
- Provides individual, couples, group, and crisis counseling relative to personal and social problems.
- Maintains current knowledge of theory, practice and ethics within the counseling profession through professional development opportunities.
- Collect and evaluate student requests for medical and mental health withdrawals.
- Plan, develop, implement, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate policies.
- Develop and present workshops designed to meet student and staff needs on a variety of subjects, as needed.
- Support both the College's retention team and student response team.
- Maintain and ensure the security of confidential counseling records within the counseling center.
A Master's Degree in Counseling or Social Work, with independent state licensure, and at least four years' experience in a college counseling center is required. Demonstrated supervisory experience is preferred. The carrying of individual professional liability insurance is also required.
Interested applicants should send a resume, letter of application, and a completed GBC Employment Application to Chuck Hammond, Dean of Students, Goldey-Beacom College, at firstname.lastname@example.org@gbc.edu. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.
Microsoft Office Instructors (Part Time)
Goldey-Beacom College is looking for potential part-time faculty members to teach Microsoft Office 2016 courses that lead to certification. There is a course devoted to each package: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint, as well as an Advanced Excel class. A master’s degree is required, as is certification in the package being taught. Teaching experience is preferred, and a desire to work closely with students is essential.
Undergraduate Day and Evening Instructors (Part Time)
Goldey-Beacom College is looking for potential part-time faculty members to teach a daytime undergraduate level Psychology course (PSY 160 - Introduction to Psychology). A master’s degree in the field or a closely related field is required. We are looking for master teachers with college-level instructional experience who have a desire to work closely with students. Be sure to indicate whether you are available to teach during the day or evening or both.
Graduate Instructors (Part Time)
Goldey-Beacom College is looking for potential part-time faculty members to teach the following taxation courses at the master’s level on Saturdays; (ACC 660 Taxation of Corporations), (ACC 675 – Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations I), (ACC 725 – Taxation of Estates, Gifts and Trusts), (ACC 730 – Taxation of Property-Real Estate/Like Kind Exchanges), as well as an evening master’s level psychology course (PSY 639 -Children & Adolescents). A master’s degree in the field or a closely related field is required. We are looking for master teachers with college-level instructional experience who have a desire to work closely with students.
Goldey-Beacom College is an equal opportunity employer.