Human Resources
500 W. University, OBU Box 61207
Shawnee, OK 74804 * hr@okbu.edu
405-585-5130 * Fax 405-585-5179
APPLICATION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION
Position applied for Date
Name
Last First Middle
Address
Street City State Zip
Telephone
Home Mobile Work
Email May we call you at your work number? Yes No
How did you learn of this position?
Were you previously employed by OBU? Yes No If yes, list dates
Are you an United State Citizen? Yes No
If you answer "No," are you an alien lawfully authorized to work in the United States? Yes No
Have you ever been convicted of a felony or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contender to Yes No
a felony? If yes to either, please attach a letter of explanation including what the conviction was for, when, and where the conviction occurred
Have you been convicted of a crime which subjects you to the Sex Offenders
Yes No
Registration Act in Oklahoma or are you subject to another state's or to federal sex
offender registration provisions?
I
f
yes, list
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Professional memberships and activities
Research and teaching interest
ADDITIONAL SKILLS
Computer (hardware/Software; Proficiency)
Foreign Language (Speak/Read/Write; Fluency)
Other
CHURCH AND CIVIC MEMBERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES
Are you presently an active member of a church? Yes No
Church
Name Location
Name of Pastor or Senior Minister Telephone
Are you an 2rdained Minister? Yes No If yes, Denomination
Church Activities
Civic Activities
Briefly summarize the development of your personal Christian faith and commitment.
OBU REFERENCES
Do you have family or friends associated with OBU? If so, please list names addresses and relationship.
Name
Address
Relationship
INSTRUCTIONS
Attach your Resume or Curriculum Vita.
Attach copies of transcripts. If requested, send Official transcripts of undergraduate and graduate course
work to OBU, Human Resources Office.
Attach a separate sheet and list the following information, if not already included in your curriculum vita:
Education (degrees and licenses), send official transcripts for undergraduate and graduate work
Your employment history
Names, addresses and telephone numbers of references.
Please indicate if you do not want us to contact a reference or employer at the present time.
OKLAHOMA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY IS AN ALCOHOL, DRUG AND TOBACCO FREE CAMPUS
AGREEMENT STATEMENT
The University, in considering my application for employment, may verify the information set forth in this application and obtain
additional information relating to my background. I authorize investigation of all statements contained in this application. I certify
that the information on this application is correct and I understand that any misrepresentation or omission of any information will
result in my disqualification from consideration for employment, or, if employed, my dismissal. I understand that this application is
not a contract, offer, or promise of employment and that if hired I will work within the guidelines of the administrative policies and
contractual obligations. Furthermore, I have read, understand and agree to the Mission Statement and the Purpose Statement. If
employed, I pledge to continue to support the Mission Statement and goals as stated in this application.
Signature of Applicant Date
typed name is equivalent to hand signature
In compliance with federal law, including the provision of Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972,
Section
504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Oklahoma
Baptist
University does not illegally discriminate
on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national or ethnic origin,
age,
disability, or military service in its administration of education
policies, programs, or activities, its
admissions
policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic or other university administered
programs; or
employment.
We will keep this application on file for one year from the date of submission. Any material submitted for this process will not be returned.
MISSION STATEMENT
As a Christian liberal arts university, OBU transforms lives by equipping students to:
Pursue academic excellence
Integrate faith with all areas of knowledge
Engage a diverse world
Live worthy of the high calling of God in Christ
PURPOSE STATEMENT
To achieve its mission, the University has adopted several goals, among which are:
1. To be a Christian learning community where faith and knowledge contribute to the individual’s
awareness of himself and his obligations within a diverse and interrelated society; of truth and its
force; of the joy of discovery and the beauty of existence
2. To cultivate Christian community in which the Baptist principles of individual freedom and dignity as
well as mutual kindness and respect and concern for others are stressed.
3. To encourage a climate of learning where the student may develop the life-long habit of critical
thinking in the search for truth.
4. To identify and communicate the knowledge, experience, and values which constitute man’s cultural
heritage.
5. To provide opportunities for the student to engage in a serious study of the Bible and learn the
philosophy and tenets of the Judeo-Christian heritage; to instill an awareness of and an appreciation
for the distinctive Baptist contribution to Christian theology and for the values inherent in the
Christian faith; to encourage Christian commitment.
6. To foster an awareness of the needs of the human community and the responsibility of each individual
in an active life of service.
7. To offer a broad-based liberal arts education and specialized professional training in mutually
supportive roles.
8. To afford the opportunity to explore the relevance of all academic endeavors to the Christian life.
9. To make personnel, services and facilities of the institution available to meet appropriate educational,
cultural, and religious needs of its several constituencies.
10. To serve the Baptist constituency through the development of informed, enlightened, sensitive
leadership.
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