Pillar College is hiring.  If you desire to work in a growing, Christ-centered higher-education work environment, this is the place for you. When opportunities are available, please send letter of interest and a resume with at least 3 references to hr@pillar.edu.  Please include a personal statement of faith in your letter of interest.

Job Title:  Admissions Coordinator

Department:  Admissions

Position:   Full-Time

 Status:    Non-Exempt


Our Admissions team is focused on positively impacting the lives of today’s college bound students.  This team is committed to building high-impact relationships in order to guide and assist students through our College’s enrollment process.

The Admissions Coordinator is an exciting position for an energetic, fast-pace, goal-oriented and results-driven individual who is passionate about Christ-centered Higher Education and helping students succeed. The Admissions Coordinator will be the face of our College and represent our College with the highest ethics as he/she works with prospective students to enroll and enable them for success through their education journey. The Admission Coordinator will be able to work alone and with a team — to meet our College’s expectations and reinforce a high quality, end-to-end learner experience.

Send Resume and Cover Letter to: email: hr@pillar.edu. No Phone Calls Please.



Job Title: English and ESL Instructor
Department: Academics
Status: Adjunct Faculty


Pillar College is seeking qualified and experienced ESL and English instructors to teach day, evening, and weekend courses in composition and literature at various locations in New Jersey and Florida: Newark, Paterson, Somerset and Miami.

Qualifications for English instructors: Ph.D or master’s degree in English Literature or Rhetoric and Composition.

Qualifications for ESL instructors: Master’s degree in TESOL, or closely related field; TESOL/ESL certification completed.



Job Title: Psychology and Counseling Instructors
Department: Academic Affairs
Status: Adjunct Faculty


Pillar College is seeking qualified and experienced Psychology and Counseling instructors to teach day, evening, and weekend courses at multiple locations throughout New Jersey in both the undergraduate program and the anticipated Master’s program starting in the Fall semester.

Qualifications for adjunct faculty: Doctoral degrees from accredited institutions in Psychology and or Counseling preferred, Master’s degrees considered; Experience teaching in a higher education environment – a plus.


Job Title:          Adjunct Instructor

Department:   Academics/General Education

Summary:        Pillar College is seeking qualified and experienced English, Math, and Computer Science instructors to teach day, evening, and weekend courses at various locations in New Jersey: Newark, Paterson, and Somerset.

Qualifications for instructors:  Ph.D or Master’s degree in the subject area.

Send Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter to: HR@pillar.edu . No Phone Calls Please.



Job Title:         Administrative Assistant/Project Coordinator

Department:   Communications

Position:                    Part-time

Status:                       Non-exempt ($11-12 hr.) / 28 hr. work week


Reporting to the Chief Communication Officer, the Administrative Assistant/Project Coordinator is responsible for providing administrative support and reception to the Marketing and Communications Department (Director, Coordinators, Consultants, and Graphic Designers) at Pillar College. The incumbent is expected to work both independently and as a team member to perform a wide variety of administrative support services, all of which contribute to the efficient and professional operation of the department.


Supervision Received: Immediate Supervision

Supervision Given:Coordinates Activities


a) Administrative Support 50%

  • Organizes and schedules meetings, including contacting participants, booking rooms, ordering catering, and arranging for parking as required.
  • Attends and prepares committee meetings, including recording and distributing minutes, agendas and other relevant information to committee members and other meetings as requested.
  • Responds to inquiries via email, phone and mail including responding on behalf of Marketing and Communications Department staff at their request or in their absence.
  • Opens, sorts, and distributes all incoming and outgoing mail and other correspondence.
  • Prepare courier packages.
  • Maintains an inventory of office supplies and pre-printed stock..
  • Assists department staff in meeting deadlines for various tasks and projects by owning the project calendar.
  • Maintains a comprehensive filing system including archival and storage inventories for the Department in accordance with Pillar College records management system.
  • Makes travel arrangements and assists with conference/workshop/professional development registration.
  • Tracks approved vacation and sick time for department staff.
  • Prepares correspondence that may be of a confidential nature, as directed.
  • Organizes and schedules new employee interviews (i.e. book rooms, print interview packages, book technology) if required.
  • Ensures a safe and healthy work environment by complying with college health and safety policies, standard practices, and programs in keeping with occupational health and safety legislation and regulations.
  • Completes special projects and other duties as required.

b) Accounting Administration 25%

  • Prepares purchase orders, check requests, and travel and expense claims with accuracy and proper signatures.
  • Assists with annual budget tracking on a monthly basis.
  • Handles systems information and data that may be of a confidential nature, as directed.
  • Reconciles advertising requisitions by matching invoices to requisitions, entering the information, code, ensure appropriate signatures, follow-up on any outstanding information and submit to Finance.
  • Assists with reconciling purchase orders and ensures invoices are submitted to Finance.
  • Reconciles all Department VISA statements to receipts and submit to Finance. This includes monitoring Google and Facebook advertising.

c) Marketing and Advertising Administration 25%

  • Maintains newspaper clippings and files for future access.
  • Manages sensitive and confidential student information, for marketing purposes.
  • Ongoing measurement/evaluation of media monitoring, assigning dollar value of all non-paid media.
  • Determines content and maintains timely College information on the college news and events web page.
  • Manages all sign-out items used by internal departments (roll-up banners, easels, tablecloths, etc.).
  • First point of contact for incoming advertising cold calls; routing to appropriate team members.



  • Business Administration & Management degree (preferred) or
  • Two (2) to five (5) years of Office Administration in a corporate setting

Experience and Additional Competencies:

  • Minimum two (2) to five (5) years of experience
  • Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets and scheduling applications using Microsoft Office Suite
  • Previous experience handling sensitive and confidential information
  • Previous experience in providing service to the public in an office setting
  • Experience tracking and monitoring expenses and budgets
  • Previous work experience in a post-secondary or government setting
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexibility; ability to multi-task, adapt to changing priorities and prioritize projects

Christian Life:

  • Commitment to Jesus Christ through new birth experience
  • Must have proven Christian character and spiritual maturity

Working Conditions:

Physical Demands:

  • 90% of the time is spent sitting at desk using the computer and phone.


  • Total of 28 hours per week (M-F) during normal weekday business hours

Send Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter to: HR@pillar.edu . No Phone Calls Please.