Why Students Choose Sattler College
Sattler College’s mission is to provide an education that instructs the mind, discipleship that shapes the soul, and inspiration that inflames the heart. The modern higher education system rarely tends to the yearnings of the soul, nor inspires the passions of the heart. It fails to educate young people holistically for a life well lived. It is often hostile to faith, too expensive and academically weak. We need nothing short of a revolution. Sattler College was founded upon the biblical vision of Christian discipleship that addresses the mind, soul and heart. Our goal is to enable graduates to heartily say, “For God has not given us a spirit of timidity, but of power, love and a sound mind” (2 Timothy 1:7).
Sattler College started offerings in Fall 2018 and was accredited Fall 2021. Sattler is a four-year Christian college granting bachelor’s degrees in the following majors: biblical studies, business, computer science, history, and human biology. Students choose Sattler because they want to build their faith, while also taking the next steps toward fulfilling God’s plan for their careers. Sattler students are exceptional. Last fall’s incoming students’ SAT scores averaged in the 93rd percentile. Many arrive at the college with significant cross-cultural experiences. Many have been leaders in their home communities and are eager to participate in thoughtful service in an urban environment.
- Ph.D. scholarship and performance record sufficient for consideration of appointment to the rank of professor with tenure.
- Record of administrative leadership within a college.
- Equivalent experience will be considered.
General Position Summary
- Works closely with the President, members of the Board of Trustees, faculty, and staff.
- Provides leadership to carry out the college mission.
- Experience in senior-level administration.
- Experience in teaching.
- Demonstrates leadership skills, including establishing a collective vision, strategic planning, problem solving, resolving conflict, negotiation, providing counsel and guidance, effective listening, and decision making.
Specific Duties Summary
- Implement the relevant portions of the College strategic plan.
- Lead initial accreditation process and subsequent reviews.
- Prepare Sattler College’s academic budget for the academic year.
- Distribute yearly faculty evaluation forms and coordinate ongoing faculty assessment and development.
- Organize, prepare and coordinate the publication of the Catalogue for Sattler College.
- Coordinate scheduling and other activities with Registrar’s Office.
- Coordinate activities with Admissions Office and resolve issues with incoming student files.
- Organize and coordinate faculty and staff to ensure the effective and efficient administration of academic programs and educational endeavors.
- Communicate, correspond or meet with students and professors to resolve disputes.
- Represent the school in various functions within the academic community, Church, and state.
- Communicate, correspond or meet with parents on student issues.
- Communicate, correspond or meet with clergy and community leaders on student recruitment and related issues.
- Examine and propose academic cooperative endeavors with other area Colleges.
- Participate and attend national conferences (TRACS) related to college and its programs.
- Other duties as assigned by President.