For over thirty-five years, Central Christian Academy (CCA) has offered a high quality, Christian education for the families in our community and seeks to continue its growth and impact on the lives of our students and their families. Our school is a ministry of First Baptist Church – Dunkirk, NY (FBC) and follows the beliefs and conduct of the church. The school is under the authority of the Pastor of FBC as superintendent, the CCA Committee and the FBC Deacons.
Your interest in employment at Central Christian Academy is greatly appreciated. We realize the key to a successful Christian School is a staff of fully committed followers of Jesus Christ. We are seeking applicants who are professionally qualified, who love children, and who, by the pattern of their lives, are Christian role models (Luke 6:40).
Please download and complete the Employment Application form (PDF), FBC Articles of Faith (Brief), and the Safety Policy/Application below and return them to the school office along with your resume. After reviewing your applications, we may contact you for an initial interview with the Principal. If there is an opening for which you may qualify, we will contact you to schedule an interview with the school committee. We will also contact your references and complete the necessary background checks.
Central Christian Academy is committed to a drug-free workplace. All applicants and employees may be subject to pre-employment and random drug testing. Illegal use or possession of drugs or alcohol may lead to denial of employment, termination and/or loss of workers’ compensation benefits.
Children & Youth Safety Policy
Purpose: We seek to establish proper preventative measures to protect the children and young people entrusted to our care. This policy also provides specific courses of action in the case of any allegations or an actual incident regarding sexual misconduct.
Standard of Conduct: All workers, volunteer, paid, full-time and part-time, of First Baptist Church and Central Christian Academy are required to comply with the established policy on safety. Any actions contrary to the church and school policy will be dealt with swiftly and may include disciplinary measures up to and including termination, as well as legal ramifications when applicable.