The Human Resources Department at CPC seeks to serve the college by providing qualified and professional hires, promoting the mission of CPC, assisting the college comply with employment and labor laws, and encouraging development in professional excellence.
California Preparatory College
Department of Human Resources
245 E Redlands Blvd. San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 264 3255
All hires, whether faculty, staff or student workers, need to understand and support the college’s mission. That mission is to offer associate degree and certificate programs; to provide affordable higher education in a Christ-centered, diverse learning environment; to offer rigorous academics; and to emphasize mission service and life skills while preparing students for continued education, job placement and service to humanity.
CPC is not corporately affiliated with an organized religion or faith, but its culture and educational philosophy is founded upon the tenants of the Seventh-day Adventist belief system. While CPC is a Christian college that incorporates a culture and business mode of conduct based on Christian principles, CPC accepts and invites all religions and beliefs to join the CPC team as CPC does not discriminate against its employees on the basis of religion, race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected status.
Marketing Director/Executive Assistant. This position is a full-time position with part-time duties as the Marketing Director and part-time duties as the Executive Assistant. The marketing duties of this position include strategic planning and execution of college marketing and advertising campaigns to increase awareness of CPC and its associate degree and certificate programs that are affordable and offered in a Christ-centered and diverse learning environment. The executive assistant elements of this position include providing general office support to the executive level management of CPC and its President and performing various administrative support functions that include, but are not limited to, ongoing work stream coordination through calendar maintenance and meeting preparations, file systems creation and organization, and clerical support through data entry and analysis while maintaining diplomacy, discretion, and exercising professional judgement with exposure to sensitive and confidential information. Requirements. Bachelor’s degree in related field with Masters in Business Administration recommended. Salary/Benefits. Available Upon Request