Would you like to use your skills and talents to make more of an impact for God?
Are you interested in sharing Christ’s hope? Do you want a greater sense of purpose in your career?
If your answer is yes, Moody Bible Institute may be the place for you!
Join about 600 full-time and about 250 part-time employees who partner together to serve Jesus Christ on our main campus in Chicago and at several locations across the United States.
Moody hires quality people who are passionate about advancing the cause of Christ. Once you join our team, we will do our best to develop your gifts and talents for God’s glory.
Top reasons people apply to Moody
- To do work that has eternal value
- To partner with an organization they admire and trust
- To work with people who share their high view of Scripture
Watch the video for a snapshot of what it’s like to work at Moody.
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Human Resources Office
820 N. LaSalle Blvd., Chicago, IL
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Title IX Policy and Complaint Procedure
Moody expects all members of the Moody community to comply with Moody’s Title IX Policy and Complaint Procedures (the “Title IX Policy”), which prohibits and provides an avenue for those who have been the target of or who witness Sex-Based Misconduct, Sex Discrimination, or Retaliation in Moody Education Programs or Activities. Such Programs and Activities are further defined in the Title IX Policy and extend to admission and employment, to the extent applicable. The employee responsible for coordinating Title IX compliance efforts is:
Rachel Puente, Title IX Coordinator
820 N. LaSalle Blvd. Chicago, IL 60610
Please review the Title IX webpage at the following URL to access the Title IX Policy and for more information and resources related to Sex-Based Misconduct and Sex Discrimination: https://www.moody.edu/about/reports-and-policies/
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- Clery Act
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- CAPS Report
(Chicago's community policing)
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports
(for each campus)
Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Policy
(policy statement and notification regarding Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989.)