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When you work at Moody, you help others apply the truth of God's Word to daily life … just by going to work each day. Discover the impact of working at Moody by exploring the key benefits below.
Moody is driven by the belief that people committed to living and declaring the Word of God can actually change the world.
Since our founding by D.L. Moody in 1886, Moody Bible Institute has committed to equipping people across the globe, cultures and generations to take the next step toward spiritual maturity.
Our students, listeners and readers seek a deeper understanding of the Word of God. Each ministry of Moody enables them to apply it to everyday life and ministry.
There's a reason why you choose to bring your career to Moody. It doesn't matter who you are or what your role. From our faculty and radio personalities on the front lines of ministry, to our business professionals supporting the bottom line. From our customer service representatives answering calls, to our facilities and administrative support employees.
Everyone at Moody plays a vital role in impacting the world for Christ.
Students and Faculty
Moody Bible Institute's main undergraduate and seminary campus is located in the heart of the diverse, global city of Chicago. The school hosts a population of over 250 international students, "missionary kids" and faculty from more than six continents and 50 countries, including: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Ecuador, France, Germany, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, New Zealand, Romania, South Korea, Thailand and the United Kingdom.
God has instilled talents and differences in all of us. Moody values those differences, believing a diverse community creates a dynamic work environment.
Our core beliefs, values and goals align closely with a diverse employee base, including:
Moody is committed to building a workplace of diversity. Since its founding, Moody has helped people from all walks of life understand and apply the Bible. Based on this mission, we value the contributions of employees of various ages, nationalities, cultural backgrounds, races and gender.
The rich diversity of our organization reflects the diversity of the people we serve each day. We have an obligation and calling to create a culturally inclusive environment.
Culture and People
Because of Moody's biblical mission, you share with your co-workers an understanding of your job's enduring impact. Your common faith allows for deeper relationships with your colleagues. Your common goal—reaching others for Christ—invites more meaningful partnerships.
Department devotions and prayer before meetings are regular occurrences at Moody.
Everything we do is built upon the solid truths of the Bible. For more than 130 years, Christ-followers at Moody have committed themselves to studying the Bible and compassionately sharing it with the world.
Throughout its history, Moody has held to biblical orthodoxy.
To maintain continuity with this heritage, Moody expects employees to support Moody's doctrinal guidelines, as defined in the Institutional Positions Related to the Moody Bible Institute Doctrinal Statement (1928).
We empower each other to be the healthiest we can be. Because when we are at our personal best so is our ministry. In addition to flexible work hours (when possible), Moody also encourages employees in their spiritual growth and physical health.
Every Tuesday when school is in session, employees are invited to join our student body in chapel, led by our president. Each February, employees are also welcome to attend sessions of Founder's Week—an on-campus Bible conference that attracts leading teachers and preachers from around the world.
Employee membership is free to the Solheim Center, our indoor athletic facility in Chicago. Annual health screenings and reduced health insurance premiums are offered to eligible full-time employees.
Moody's benefit plans are designed to help you stay healthy, meet your financial goals, and achieve a balance between your work and personal life.
We offer full-time employees a wide range of comprehensive and highly competitive benefits:
This summary information is provided for reference only. Benefits are reviewed regularly and may be subject to change.
Diversity at Moody
Learn about Moody's vision for a diverse organization and how we are getting there.
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