Prospective employees of Williams Baptist University are invited to apply for positions as they are announced by the college. WBU does not accept unsolicited resumes.




REFERENCES: List names, addresses and telephone of at least three people (not related) who can comment on your career and character.



The University, in considering my application for employment, may verify the information set forth in this application and obtain additional information relating to my background. I authorize investigation of all statements contained in this application. I certify that the information on this application is correct and I understand that any misrepresentation or omission of any information will result in my disqualification from consideration for employment, or, if employed, my dismissal. I understand that this application is not contract, offer, or promise of employment and that if hired I will work within the guidelines of the administrative policies and contractual obligations. Furthermore, I have read, understand and agree to the Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Purpose Statements, and Institutional Academic Goals as listed in this application. If employed, I pledge to continue to support the Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Purpose Statements, and Institutional Academic Goals.
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Williams Baptist University does not illegally discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or military service in its administration of educational policies, programs, or activities, its admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic or other university administered programs; or employment


"To provide an excellent, holistically Christian, liberal arts education, while compassionately shaping students' lives."


"To produce exceptional graduates prepared to competently engage local and global cultures through a Christ-centered worldview."


To produce students who demonstrate an understanding of the Judeo-Christian heritage and Christian world view. To produce students who demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively across the curriculum. To produce students who demonstrate the ability to reflect critically upon the world, the environment, society, and self. To produce students who demonstrate the ability to apply the principles of scientific method to become more effective problem solvers. To produce students who demonstrate an appreciation for a healthy lifestyle that will promote lifelong health and fitness. To produce students who demonstrate a competence in at least one particular body of knowledge.


To provide opportunities to profess, practice, and strengthen one's faith and to encounter Biblical values. To provide a caring campus community with opportunities for service to others, leadership preparation, and wholesome recreation. To provide and assess programs of liberal arts, professional studies, and lifelong learning for a diversified traditional and non-traditional student body. To provide an organization responsive to the needs of student, personnel, programs, and facilities, with a commitment to planning and leadership. To provide an aesthetically pleasing campus glorifying to God's creation. To provide and execute a plan which secures adequate resources to sustain and advance the institution. To provide a positive image of the quality programs, faculty, students, staff and graduates of the college. To provide and maintain serviceable facilities which sustain the mission of the college. To provide technologically sophisticated infrastructure which supports academic, student, and administrative services. To provide cultural experiences, through-provoking events, and educational enrichment for the campus community and the community at large. To provide a healthy athletic atmosphere which engages the team members, the campus community, and the community at large. To provide desirable housing for students and faculty.