This position has been filled.
This is a part-time remote work-from-home contract position that reports to CVU’s President.
The position will be assigned to develop specific online courses in one of the following areas: Addiction Counseling, Nonprofit Management, Christian Ministry & Leadership or Business Administration. You can see a list of City Vision’s current courses here to get an idea of the types of courses we may develop in the future.
This position would primarily help with development of new courses, but may also help with major revisions to courses. City Vision typically develops 8 to 12 new courses per year, and conducts major revisions of 10-20 courses per year.
If a candidate is chosen, they would be assigned a new course to develop. They will go through City Vision’s Course Designer training course that will explain the methodology and values we incorporate into our course design.
Expected hours: Initially, we will start working with contractors on a per-course basis, but paid hourly. Typically most courses take between 40-60 hours to develop.
Compensation: $30-40/hour depending on the candidate. Free tuition in City Vision University for yourself if desired. We are willing to negotiate with the right candidate.
We are looking for online adjunct faculty who:
City Vision has roots and history that span rescue missions, Christian community development, the Salvation Army, evangelical ministries, Christian recovery and the Black church traditions. All of these traditions inform our values and core organizational DNA. We also have a rich history of innovation from our leadership’s involvement in co-founding a MIT research group with one of the fathers of the Internet, involvement in the 90’s dot-com boom and leading disruptive innovation in higher education today.
Goal 1: Christian Social Service Education: to provide affordable, practical education enabling Christian leaders to transform the lives of the poor, addicted and underserved with continuous innovation.
Goal 2: Radically Affordable and Free Education: to use disruptive innovation to provide free educational content and radically affordable programs to diffuse innovation and best practices for Christians serving the poor and increase our global presence.
Goal 3: Human Capacity: to recruit and develop faculty and staff so they can provide effective education to our students, further our mission and pursue their own calling.
Goal 4: System Capacity: to provide effective accounting, finance, technology and administrative support to City Vision University’s programs and services in a way that reflects our values and achieves our mission.
Goal 5: Financial Capacity: to secure significantly increased resources and expanded enrollment enabling City Vision to add new programs, expand existing programs and further our mission.
City Vision University is a “doing business as name” of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit ministry, TechMission. They are essentially the same organization with the same staff, board, finances, etc. TechMission previously had programs other than City Vision, but now it is essentially our only program. TechMission is incorporated in Massachusetts, whereas City Vision University is based out of Kansas City, Missouri.
City Vision University is an online-only, Christian university with the goal of providing radically affordable online education to those serving the poor, the addicted, and the underserved. The school provides Bachelor’s Degrees in Business Administration, Addiction Studies, Nonprofit Management, and Christian Ministry & Leadership, an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration, and an MBA. It is a program of the Christian nonprofit TechMission, and was originally founded in 1998 by the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions. It has been growing at an average of 20% per year since 2008. We have 20+ adjunct faculty practitioners. The school’s values are in the evangelical social justice tradition although we serve students from all denominations as well as non-Christian students.
TechMission/City Vision hiring practices and EEO Statement are fully in compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law creates an exception to the “religion” component of the employment discrimination laws for religious organizations (including educational institutions), and permits them to give employment preference to members of their own religion. City Vision is in this category.