Employment at Crown College

Crown College is the Midwest regional college of the Christian and Missionary Alliance and holds to a strong evangelical Christian position. We believe that employment at Crown College is an opportunity for individuals to fulfill their personal callings in life, as well as to assist the College in fulfilling its mission to provide a biblically based education for Christian leadership in the Christian and Missionary Alliance, the church at large and the world.

If you are a graduate of Crown College or a current student, please visit our Career Development department for resources to assist you with career planning, interviewing strategies, and additional job opportunities.

Crown Employee Requirements

Crown College Mission

The mission of Crown College is to provide a biblically based education for Christian leadership in The Christian and Missionary Alliance, the church-at-large, and the world.

Crown College Statement of Faith

The mission of Crown College is to provide a biblically based education for Christian leadership in The Christian and Missionary Alliance, the church-at-large, and the world.

  1. There is one God, who is infinitely perfect, existing eternally in three persons.
  2. Jesus Christ is true God and true man. He was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. He died upon the cross, the Just for the unjust, as a substitutionary sacrifice, and all who believe in Him are justified on the ground of His shed blood. He arose from the dead according to the Scriptures. He is now at the right hand of the Majesty on high as our great High Priest. He will come again to establish His kingdom of righteousness and peace.
  3. The Holy Spirit is a divine person, sent to indwell, guide, teach, empower the believer, and convince the world of sin, of righteousness, and of judgment.
  4. The Old and New Testaments, inerrant as originally given, were verbally inspired by God and are a complete revelation of His will for the salvation of men. They constitute the divine and only rule of Christian faith and practice.
  5. Man was originally created in the image and likeness of God; he fell through disobedience, incurring thereby both physical and spiritual death. All men are born with a sinful nature, are separated from the life of God, and can be saved only through the atoning work of the Lord Jesus Christ. The portion of the impenitent and unbelieving is existence forever in conscious torment; and that of the believer, in everlasting joy and bliss.
  6. Salvation has been provided through Jesus Christ for all men; and those who repent and believe in Him are born again of the Holy Spirit, receive the gift of eternal life, and become the children of God.
  7. It is the will of God that each believer should be filled with the Holy Spirit and be sanctified wholly, being separated from sin and the world and fully dedicated to the will of God, thereby receiving power for holy living and effective service. This is both a crisis and a progressive experience wrought in the life of the believer subsequent to conversion.
  8. Provision is made in the redemptive work of the Lord Jesus Christ for the healing of the mortal body. Prayer for the sick and anointing with oil are taught in the Scriptures and are privileges for the Church in this present age.
  9. The Church consists of all those who believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, are redeemed through His blood, and are born again of the Holy Spirit. Christ is the head of the Body, the Church, which has been commissioned by Him to go into all of the world as a witness, preaching the gospel to all nations. The local church is a body of believers in Christ who are joined together for the worship of God, for edification through the Word of God, for prayer, fellowship, the proclamation of the gospel, and observance of the ordinances of baptism and the Lord’s Supper.
  10. There shall be a bodily resurrection of the just and of the unjust; for the former, a resurrection unto life; for the latter, a resurrection unto judgment.
  11. The second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ is imminent and will be personal, visible, and pre-millennial. This is the believer’s blessed hope and is a vital truth, which is an incentive to holy living and faithful service.

Official Statement of the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA)
In addition to the above, the following text indicates the C&MA and Crown College’s understanding and teaching position on certain points which could be subject to various interpretations. Crown College does not necessarily deny employment to persons merely for lack of firm personal conviction on any teaching position in these explanatory notes. However, the College does weigh carefully the understanding and personal convictions of employment applicants on these points as well as the nature of their prospective work assignments in determining their suitability for employment.

The Bible is clear in its teaching on the sanctity of life. Life begins at conception. We are opposed to the destruction of innocent life through abortion on demand.

Homosexual conduct is incompatible with Christian teaching and cannot be condoned. Therefore persons who engage in homosexual conduct and/or relationships may not be accepted for employment or continued employment.

Divorce and remarriage is permissible when one’s spouse (not oneself) has been guilty of adultery and restoration of the broken marriage vows has become impossible (Matthew 19:9). Divorce and remarriage is permissible when one’s spouse (not oneself) abandons the marriage (1 Corinthians 7:15). Divorce and remarriage is permissible if the parties made no profession of faith prior to or at the time of the divorce (2 Corinthians 5:17).

Approved PC, BOT 6/12, eff. 7/1/12

Crown College Community Covenant

Biblical Aspirations:
As a body of believers at Crown College, we commit to pursuing truth and learning to serve Christ together. We desire to be a community whose belief and behavior is inextricably intertwined in order that we might reflect the kingdom of God to the world.

29 Jesus replied, “The most important commandment is this: ‘Listen, O Israel! The Lord our God is the one and only Lord. 30 And you must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, and all your strength.’31The second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ No other commandment is greater than these.” Mark 12:29-31 NLT

Principles and Standards:
As a Christ-centered community of growing Christians who desire spiritual transformation and value academic excellence and a globally connected community, Crown College has chosen to adopt the following principles and standards that reinforce and support a biblical worldview and lifestyle. These guidelines are at the heart of who we are as a body of believers. Some of these principles and standards apply to believers in general, and others are particular to Crown College.

Authority of the Word of God – We believe that the Word of God is the inerrant revelation for Christian belief and behavior and is our ultimate authority. By following the Scriptures regarding lifestyle decisions, an individual may discover a life of holiness in relation to God and others.

10 Carefully determine what pleases the Lord.” Ephesians 5:10 NLT
The Lordship of Christ and the Spirit-filled Life – We believe that Jesus Christ desires a personal relationship with every individual and invites us to enter into life in Him through the power of the Holy Spirit. We recognize that apart from Christ we can do nothing, and as we surrender to Him, His love will flow through our lives. This personal relationship is fostered by individuals who open themselves to God by practicing various spiritual disciplines such as prayer, Bible study, fasting, discipleship, stewardship, accountability, service, fellowship, witnessing, and individual and corporate worship. When we experience God’s transforming power, we will develop personally and flourish as a community. This leads to a life which glorifies Jesus Christ, enriches the believer through the fruit of God’s Spirit, and radically impacts a lost world.

Christian Character and Maturity – We believe God calls us to develop a healthy lifestyle that balances the spiritual, emotional, social, physical, and intellectual dimensions of who we are. All of these areas are integral parts of the curricular and co-curricular experience at Crown College.
The Bible describes character qualities that should be present in the lives of believers. These include love, joy, kindness, peace, patience, humility, compassion, forgiveness, hospitality, integrity, self-control, generosity, care for the oppressed, commitment to justice, and the recognition of the rights and needs of others. We believe that these characteristics are fully developed only through the indwelling power of the Holy Spirit.
The Word of God also identifies character qualities and actions that should not be present in the lives of believers such as abusive anger; malice; jealousy; lust; sexually immoral behavior including premarital sex, adultery, and homosexuality; impure desires; prejudice based on race, sex, or socioeconomic status; greed; idolatry; slander; profanity; lying; drunkenness; thievery; and dishonesty. According to Scripture, these qualities are not acceptable for the Christian, and therefore, are unacceptable for members of the Crown College community. We need the transforming power of Christ for change to take place in these areas. The guiding principle for these choices comes from Philippians 4:8, “…whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable – if anything is excellent or praiseworthy – think about such things.” Specific guidelines and standards of conduct are found in the Student and Employee Handbooks.

Conclusions About Community Life:
As such we commit to the principles and standards of the Community Covenant and the expectations outlined in the Student and Employee handbooks in order to maintain the spirit and health of the community. These principles and policies are binding for all who voluntarily choose to become part of the Crown College Community as representatives on the Board of Trustees, employees who minister and serve on behalf of Crown College, and undergraduate students in the School of Arts and Sciences.
Recognizing that we have an obligation to hold each other accountable to biblical standards and to the commitments we have made, appropriate action will be taken to teach, influence, reconcile, discipline, or even dismiss those who disregard these community expectations. If some find themselves unable to honor these commitments, withdrawal may be in order. We will strive to have all disciplinary procedures characterized by Christian love. This Community Covenant is subject to change only by action of the Board of Trustees.
Approved BOT 5/12, eff. 7/1/12

Faculty Positions

There are no Faculty Positions open at this time.

Administrative Positions

There are no Administrative Positions open at this time.

Staff Positions

  • Admissions Counselor, School of Arts and Sciences

    The Admission Counselor works under the general direction of the Associate Director of Admissions and is primarily responsible for achieving enrollment goals for the school’s on-campus degree programs through recruiting, advising, and various enrollment management activities.  The Admissions Counselor is a professional role with significant autonomy and responsibilities yet works closely with the enrollment team and individuals in other departments to successfully meet one’s goals. The position requires some evening and weekend work as well as overnight travel.


    • Serves as the first contact and primary representative of Crown College to prospective students and their families.
    • Maintains regular contact with prospective students through ongoing communications including face-to-face meetings, phone calls, texting, email, written correspondence, and social media from the inquiry stage through enrollment.
    • Communicates an in-depth knowledge of the college’s mission, academic programs, admissions process, campus life, athletics, and other distinctives. Functions as the primary liaison for the prospective student in connecting with key departments.
    • Provides a high level of customer service including timely response to any prospective student inquiries.
    • Identifies, schedules, and visits high schools, college fairs, conventions, community colleges, churches, music festivals, etc. within an assigned geographical area recruiting prospective students for the college. 8-12 weeks of overnight recruitment travel per year may be required.
    • Responsible for an organized flow of data, keeping contact records current and accurate.
    • Meets on a regular basis with the admissions team to evaluate the status of prospective students and progress toward goals. Produces requested reports as needed.
    • Develops effective relationships with those who may influence youth about their college decision such as high school counselors, community college advisors and faculty, youth pastors, alumni, etc.
    • Responsible for key enrollment management departmental roles as assigned.
    • Provides leadership or support to various enrollment activities such as Preview Days, open houses, special events, campus tours, call center activities, etc.
    • Assists in the training and management of student workers.


    • A strong desire to promote Christ-centered higher education.
    • Positive attitude and a willingness to go the “extra-mile”; works well in a team setting.
    • An effective manager of people and projects; well-organized and detailed-oriented.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • A problem solver and able to deal with a variety of situations and personalities.
    • Proven track record of creativity and resourcefulness.
    • Demonstrated ability to take initiative, exercise independent judgment, prioritize work and manage time effectively in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.
    • A high level of personal integrity and professionalism, including the ability to work with confidential information.
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office business software (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and comfortable with other technologies and software.
    • Be in agreement with the Crown College Statement of Faith and Community Covenant.


    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Must possess a valid Minnesota Class D driver’s license or equivalent out-of-state license.


    Email cover letter and resume, as pdf attachments, to staffjobs@crown.edu

  • Resident Director – Female

    Full time, 12 month, live in position, on-campus apartment provided, start August 2, 2018

    The Resident Director (RD) is responsible for the coordination and development of the total residence life program within her living area(s). She is the main facilitator in the planning and implementation of a meaningful residence life experience for students and Resident Assistants.  The RD serves as educator, minister and mentor with a developmental philosophy, committed to helping residential students bridge their academic and interpersonal worlds.  Priorities include:  general planning and work towards the fulfillment of the goals and objectives of Student Development; general counseling and discipleship with residential students; living area programming; committee involvement; Student Leadership staff selection, supervision, training and development.  The RD, with the paraprofessional student leaders, intentionally creates an environment that emphasizes the development of transformational community. The RD reports to the Dean of Students. The RD supervises of a student staff including Assistant Resident Directors (ARDs) and Resident Assistants (RAs)


    • Leadership of Staff – The Resident Director is responsible to supervise and develop the Residence Life staff in the effective fulfillment of their responsibilities. The Resident Director will:
      • Participate in the selection of Resident Assistants and Assistant Resident Directors and other student leadership.
      • Orient staff to expectations, policies and procedures.
      • Lead regularly scheduled individual and staff meetings and one off-campus staff retreat.
      • Provide for the professional and personal development and evaluation of staff.
      • Plan and implement all phases of RA Training.
      • Understand, support, and communicate the rationale for Crown College community standards.
    • Involvement with Students – The Resident Director is responsible to create an environment conducive to individual student growth. The Resident Director will:
      • Assist RAs with programming that reflects the core values of Residence Life.
      • Develop a familiarity with resident’s individual needs directly, or through the Resident Assistant.
      • Establish visibility, availability, and approachability.
      • Advise and counsel students as needed and make appropriate referrals.
      • Confront, counsel, and take an active role in the student conduct process.
      • Utilize meal plan provided to periodically eat meals with students and/or faculty and staff.
      • Inform and provide the appropriate written and verbal behavioral data to the Dean of Students relevant to administering guidance and the student conduct process.
      • Maintain appropriate relational boundaries; does not enter into social dating relationships with students.
      • Attend Crown College chapel.
      • Attend all major Residence Life events.
    • Administration – The Resident Director is responsible for maintenance of the residence halls and their functions. The Resident Director will:
      • Manage the use and upkeep of all rooms and services within the residence halls.
      • Prepare the halls for the opening of the school year.
      • Coordinate custodial and maintenance needs with facilities personnel and/or housing, and monitor progress.
      • Assume direct responsibility for residence hall budgets.
      • Work with Housing regarding room change, and other housing programs as directed by the Dean.
      • Serve as part of the on-call staff, as the duty schedule dictates.
      • Close halls at the end of the year.
      • Post and maintain regular office hours.
    • Professional and Personal Growth – The Resident Director is responsible to participate in professional growth and training opportunities. The Resident Director will:
      • Attend Residence Life and Student Development staff meetings.
      • Schedule regular individual meetings with the Dean.
      • Attend at least one professional conference, or event, per year.
      • Participate in an on-going mentoring relationship with a more experienced Christian professional.
      • Spend 2 hours each week away from campus for a time of personal soul care.


    • Candidates should exhibit leadership ability, helping skills, conflict resolution and organizational ability.
    • Be in agreement with the Crown College Statement of Faith and Community Covenant.


    • Bachelors degree
    • Multiple years of residential leadership experience (RA, ARD, or other student leadership positions)


    • College experience in a like-minded Christian college or university
    • M.A. / M.Ed. in Student Development or related field
    • Two years of professional experience in a Christian college or university residential setting (RD or Graduate RD)


    Email cover letter and resume to johnsonez@crown.edu


  • Executive Assistant to the President

    Full Time, Exempt

    The Executive Assistant to the President provides high-level administrative support to the President and the Board of Trustees and serves as the first point of contact in the President’s Office. He/she conserves the President’s time and promotes the school image by representing the president internally and externally; providing liaison between the president, key executives, and employees. The Executive Assistant reports the President of the college.


    • Office and clerical functions including but not limited to:
      • Answering and directing telephone calls, managing conference calls for the President’s Office and the Board of Trustees
      • Greeting visitors
      • Distributing weekly Cabinet meeting schedules and recording minutes
      • Creating and editing a variety of documents using relevant computer software, including drafting responses and preparing original correspondence on behalf of the President
      • Reading and analyzing incoming communication (mail, emails, reports etc) to determine their significance and distribution
      • Maintaining and ordering office supplies
      • Filing and retrieving corporate documents, records, minutes and reports
      • Maintaining records in office/campus database system(s)
      • Arrange travel for the President; develop itineraries and agenda; book transportation, arrange lodging and meeting accommodations.
      • Oversee and manage the president’s calendar.
    • Oversee and coordinate the arrangements for the Board of Trustees biannual meetings as well as assist the Board Chair throughout the year.
    • Participate in the coordination of the annual commencement ceremony.
    • Assist the External Relations Division with fund raising functions that involve the president’s office.


    • Manage/maintain confidentiality on all levels
    • Self-starter, effectively prioritizes and manages projects
    • Exceptional written and spoken communication skills.
    • Exceptional computer skills
    • Work collaboratively with a variety of people from on and off campus.
    • Organizational skills – self-motivator, multi-tasking ability, confidence in prioritizing work and decision-making.
    • Effective management of projects and events, including Board of Trustees meetings & dinners and other high-level events hosted by President’s Office.
    • An understanding of the role of the college president.
    • Possess sound judgment and have experience making judgment calls in executive matters.
    • Agreement with the college statement of faith and community covenant.


    • Bachelor’s degree
    • A minimum of eight years of related work experience in higher education

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS (in addition to the above minimum qualifications):

    • 5+ years of administrative experience in Christian higher education


    Email cover letter and resume, as pdf attachments, to staffjobs@crown.edu

  • Aramark, Events Manager

    Aramark is a third party vendor providing facility maintenance and event management on the Crown College campus.

    For more information and to apply for the Aramark Events Manager position click on the link below. The job number is 146854.




  • SOS/GS Recruitment Manager

    Full Time, Immediate Start

    The SOS/GS Recruitment Manager works under the general direction of the Director of SOS/GS Enrollment and is primarily responsible for admissions counseling with prospective online students.


    The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of a SOS/GS Recruitment Manager.

    • Counseling/Selling to prospective students about admission, financial aid, career, and academics.
    • Oversee the communication flow to inquiries, applicants, acceptances, registered, and enrolled students.
    • Develop Educational plans for incoming students.
    • Act as liaison with the Registrar’s Office, Financial Aid, Technology Services, Billing and Academics.
    • Remain current on all aspects of the admissions process, academic offerings, and financial aid opportunities of the College.
    • Ability to reach goals and make 100 daily phone calls.
    • Ability to follow call scripts and adhere to a sales process, while being creative in making sales connections to the College with what a prospective student says on a call.
    • Seek creative ways to strengthen and improve the general operation of the office, making appropriate recommendations for change.
    • Travel as needed to other Crown College locations for recruitment and registration and at off-campus events and functions.
    • Maintain an inventory of all promotional materials of the College.
    • Generate daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reports of activities and performance goals as requested.
    • Be responsible for other duties as assigned by the Director of SOS/GS Enrollment.


    • Good written and oral communication skills.
    • Ability to communicate effectively in English, both in oral and written formats.
    • Ability to work well in a fast-paced, goal- and sales-orientated environment.
    • Positive attitude during times of adversity.
    • Possession of effective problem solving and analytical skills.
    • Ability to concentrate and use reasoning and good judgment.
    • Ability to establish and achieve priorities in the work environment.
    • Must be able to socially, physically, and mentally perform all essential functions of the position in the working conditions described above.
    • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain positive and effective relationships with other employees, the public and other agencies.
    • Available to work outside scheduled hours as needed to complete required work.
    • Ability to recognize and comply with appropriate task deadlines.
    • Ability to work both independently and in a team setting, as deemed by assignment.
    • Ability to create, proofread and edit documents.
    • Well-organized and detail-oriented with a positive attitude and able to collaborate with other offices within the institution.
    • Experience in institutional systems or CRM is preferred.
    • Willingness to travel on occasion.
    • Be in agreement with the Crown College Statement of Faith and Community Covenant.


    • Bachelor’s degree.
    • Sales experience or ability to easily persuade others.
    • Proficiency in Word and Excel.
    • Must possess a valid Minnesota Class D driver’s license or equivalent out-of-state license.


    • Master’s degree.
    • Experience in or passion for ministry.


    Email cover letter and resume to staffjobs@crown.edu and ungerm@crown.edu