Bethesda Academy is an equal employment and service provider. Applicants should be able to understand, embrace, and model Bethesda’s core values: a love of God, a love of learning and strong work ethic. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and submit to a criminal background check and drug test.
Interested applicants may forward a resume to:
Ms. Terry Longworth, Director of Human Resources
P. O. Box 13039
Savannah, GA 31416
Bethesda Academy is currently seeking two academic teachers:
Secondary English and Secondary History
Bethesda Academy is seeking couples for full-time Cottage Teacher positions. Qualified candidates are couples who have been legally married for at least two years and at least twenty five years of age. They must understand, embrace and model our mission of – Love of God, Love of Learning and a Strong Work Ethic. They should have a strong spiritual calling to serve as Christian role models for the youth they serve. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills are required.
Minimum requirements include a high school diploma with a college degree in at least one of the following areas; Education, Counseling, Adolescent Development, Ministry or Health and Recreation are strongly desired. Both candidates must have a valid driver’s license, lift up to twenty five pounds, and be able to stand on their feet for an extended period of time and able to lead an active lifestyle. Prior to the interview, candidates will be required to submit to a criminal background check and motor vehicle record check. Non-smokers required.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Cottage Teachers at Bethesda Academy play an important role in the development of its young men. Their primary responsibility as a couple is to actively teach students both independent living skills and self-responsibility. Every day presents opportunities to develop a safe, positive, caring environment that is conducive to fostering meaningful relationships and instilling Christian values.
The Cottage Teacher Job Description includes the following essential functions
- Nurturing, Education, and Parenting Students – 70%
- Facility and Office Management – 10%
- Program Development – 10%
- Professional and Spiritual Development – 10%
Benefits include a competitive salary, housing and utilities, paid time off, 401(k), health, life and disability.
Dining Hall Assistant
Position Overview: Reporting to the Dining Hall Director, the Dining Hall Assistant will assist in preparing and distributing mass quantities of food to students, faculty, staff, and guests. Duties and responsibilities may also include but are not limited to:
• Follows recipes and instructions to cook and prepare food for serving; using institutional food service production equipment
• Arranges food and beverage items on serving lines attractively for customers during breakfast, lunch and/or dinner
• Cleans equipment, work space, utensils, and small wares used in production area
• Maintains inventory for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner
• Stocks food, condiments, and other supplies for the serving line
• Assists with stocking the cooler, freezer, and storage space
• Adheres to food safety protocols
• Provides instruction for students assigned to the Food Service Work Study
• Demonstrates the ability to work independently without constant supervision
• Performs other duties necessary for the effectiveness of the department and organization
Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED; vocational courses or training in culinary skills preferred. Shift is M-Thur 10-6:30pm and Fri 10-4pm. Salary commensurate with education and experience.
Ms. Terry Longworth Director of Human Resources
P. O. Box 13039 Savannah, GA 31416