Criminal History Background Check: In accordance with Indiana law, Bethany Christian Schools requires an expanded criminal history background check of all applicants for employment. Bethany uses a vendor called L-1 Identity Solutions to conduct the check. Before your employment with Bethany begins, please schedule an appointment with L-1 online at https://in.ibtfingerprint.com/ or by calling 877 472-6917. L-1 uses fingerprinting to conduct the background search and will charge a fee of approximately $40. If you have any questions, contact Kari Kern, assistant business manager, at 574 534-2567 or email@example.com.
Substitute teachers: Persons interested in substitute teaching must submit an application for substitute teaching (download application). Questions may be directed to the assistant principal at 574 534-2567.
Open positions: Persons interested in inquiring about an open position should contact principal Allan Dueck at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 574 534-2567.
Applicants for a teaching or administrative position should submit a resume, letter of application, and philosophy of Christian education (1-2 pages), and applicants for a staff position should submit a completed application form (downloading application). Send requested documents to:
Allan Dueck, principal
Bethany Christian Schools
2904 South Main Street
Goshen, IN 46526-5499
or via email to email@example.com (attachments should be in Microsoft Word or pdf format).
The following positions are open. Applications will be accepted until they are filled:
|media center coordinator|
Bethany is seeking a media center coordinator to serve as long-term substitute for the duration of an extended medical leave. The media center coordinator guides students and staff in utilizing library resources to locate, evaluate, and use relevant information. Specific responsibilities include assisting teachers to integrate library services into classroom learning; organizing and processing library materials for easy access; selecting resources and technology to support the school’s curriculum; and managing student behavior in a constructive manner. Since a particular focus is supporting lower-school students in developing reading skills, familiarity with current adolescent literature is an asset.Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree and library experience. A degree in library science is preferred. The full-time term position will begin as soon as it is filled and is expected to be available for most or all of the current school year, which ends on June 2, 2014.