How to Apply
- View current job openings by visiting our websites for internal or external candidates.
(You may view current openings without creating a Career Profile.)
- Read through our Tips for Applicants.
- An application kiosk is available in the Human Resources Department, located at on the first floor of Crowell Hall (at 820 N. LaSalle Blvd., Chicago).
Apply online using the
"Apply Now" button found at the top and bottom of each job posting. All applications must be linked to a current job opening.
You will be asked to Login or Register as a new user. Each applicant must have a valid e-mail address.
If you must leave the application process before you have completed and submitted, you may save your answers by using the
button. A notice in
"My Career Tools" will reflect an
Answer questions as they appear on the Application, being sure to add
starting with most recent. Use the
"Add Work Experience" as needed.
"Continue" button or
"Return to Previous Page" to navigate. Do not use the back arrow.
After agreeing to the Terms and Agreements, use the
button to finish the application process. You are not finished until you click
You will receive an e-mail confirming the receipt of your application.
If you are an individual with a disability, or someone who needs assistance applying for a Moody job opportunity through this website, you may e-mail us at email@example.com or contact our Employment Staff at (312) 329-4237.
Your Career Home Page
After you have created a profile, a personal Careers Home Page will display each time you log in. This page will show your application history with Moody Bible Institute and allows you to track the status of your application.
Attached documents will be hosted here, allowing you to use them again to apply for another open position. Each position requires a separate application.
There are five main steps in the typical recruitment/hiring process:
- Jobs Posted
Jobs are advertised and applications are accepted until the qualified applicant is hired (unless a closing date is indicated in the job posting).
- Applications Reviewed
Applications are reviewed to identify those applicants whose qualifications most closely match the job requirements.
These applicants are invited to participate further in the selection process which typically includes interviews with Human Resources and the hiring manager/team, and may also involve additional assessment methods such as tests or presentations.
- Reference and Background Checks
After the interview/assessment process, pre-employment checks, such as reference checks, are conducted on the top candidates. Background check(s) must be completed before an offer will be extended.
- Offers and Notifications
After the selection decision has been made by the recruitment team, all interviewed candidates are contacted either to offer the position or to let them know they are no longer being considered.
Many factors can affect the timeline for the recruitment process and each situation is unique. We endeavor to inform applicants of their status as soon as possible.