Career Opportunities at the New School of Discipleship
Thrive Discipleship Program (https://thrivesk.com/ )
Bethany Campus, Hepburn, SK
Applicants are invited to apply for the position of ‘Assistant Manager – Administration and Financial Services’ at Bethany Campus in Hepburn, SK. This position functions as the key support role to the President and Program Director of the new Discipleship Training School (DTS) at Bethany. The focus of this position will be split between campus operations and program delivery. The ideal candidate will have experience and strengths in the areas of business administration, accounting functions and general support services as needed.
Click on job description here… Assistant Mgr – Bethany . In your application for the position please include a resume and three references. Submissions will be accepted until April 7th, 2017 and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank all applicants for their interest but only those qualifying for an interview will be contacted.
Please continue to check our website for future career opportunities.
Fitness Drop-In: Cost is $2/adult, Tuesdays and Thursdays, At Bethany Gym, 9.00-10.30 am, doors open at 8.55 am. Back Door Access, Park along Evergreens. You can walk, run, lift weights, shoot hoops, play badminton, get moving! Self-directed; no leader unless otherwise announced.
March 22 – CLUB Volleyball rental in gym.
March 23 – Hepburn Hawks Sr. Women Basketball Wind-up 3-5 pm
March 25 – Hepburn Fireman’s Banquet Fundraiser @ 6:00 pm
BETHANY CAMPUS is buzzing!
The month of March has been a flurry of activity on campus! Bethany loves providing a space which encourages community interaction and opportunities. Check out the happenings from the last two weeks!
March 3-4 – Winter Festival hosted by the Town of Hepburn included a kid’s carnival, movie night, art show and coffee time!
March 7 – Hepburn School presented an amazing Career Fair in the gym…how exciting to see the majority of the presenters be past graduates of the school or from our community.
March 8 -The Prairie Spirit School Division hosted Resonate Junior which is a version of the senior student music conference that has taken place over the past two years in our school division. Students from the division had the opportunity to participate in interactive mini lessons and teachers also could learn alongside regarding how best to implement music into their classrooms.
March 10-12 – The Hepburn Hawks Sr. Women’s Basketball Team hosted conference play-offs. Congratulations to the Hawks for winning the Conference Title and moving on to Regionals!
Praise God! The Thrive Discipleship Program is so excited to welcome its new Program Lead and Facilities Manager!
Dr. Keith Hillier joins the team as the new Program Lead for the Thrive Discipleship Program! In this capacity, Keith will oversee the development and implementation of the program in preparation for a fall start.
Keith has pastoral and para-church ministry experience in both urban and rural as well as monoculture and multicultural environments. Along with his pastoral experience he has served on faculty at several Christian colleges. He is excited about the discipleship process, vision and mission of our program here in Hepburn and is looking forward to getting started.
Keith is married with three children and will be relocating to Hepburn area from Steinbach, MB.
Next, we welcome Darryl Balzer, CA, CPA, who has been hired to oversee all aspects of the campus including Facility Management and Maintenance, Business Management and Rentals. Darryl and his family moved to Hepburn this past spring and have loved the community since day one. He has been following the progress and slowly learning about the vision for the program. As a follower of Christ, he is always keeping an eye open for opportunities to use his professional accounting background in ministry. He enjoys connecting with people and being part of a team aimed at accomplishing a common goal and in this case the goal of making disciples runs deep within his heart. His passion for what we are doing here will be a great asset beyond the facilities as he will be a great ambassador for the Thrive program as well and will continue to look for opportunities to use his skills and personality to help form Whole and Holy Disciples.
Please keep these individuals and the Thrive Program in your prayers!
Read all about the new discipleship program being offered for fall 2017 and other updates happening at Bethany College in our December 2016 Newsletter!
Farewell and Thank You Bethany Board
Many thanks to Crystal Blair, Stephanie Boldt, John Neudorf, Richard Petkau, Caralee Pratte, Kevin Snyder, Aurelie Sondermann, and Ashley Marie Wiebe for their service on Bethany’s board of directors. Their input and devotion to the college’s mission throughout Bethany’s most challenging years is greatly appreciated.
As of November 2016, an “operational” board of directors has taken the reigns to provide the new discipleship program’s foundational structure of program design, facilities management, human resources, marketing and communications for a fall 2017 debut. The new board members include Trevor Rempel, Donna Andres, Tim Wall, Clark Brotzell, Keri Andres and Tessa Schellenberg. If God is calling you to serve him with your experience in finance, Christian educational programming, marketing/communications or other knowledge, please contact email@example.com.