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Comprehensive Campaign Coordinator

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary has a great opportunity for an organized and dedicated part-time (approximately 10-15 hours per week) Comprehensive Campaign Coordinator desiring to apply his/her expertise in overseeing all aspects of a fundraising campaign to insure its timely success based on the defined priorities. 

The ideal candidate has professional experience in comprehensive fund raising programs preferably in the church and/or higher education industry; sharp instincts for relationships and their importance as it relates to fund development; a proven track record in annual and/or capital fund raising; exceptional oral and written communication skills; and has a desire to work with a great team in a challenging yet supportive department.


Learning Technologies Librarian

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary has a great opportunity for an organized and talented Learning Technologies Librarian to apply his/her expertise in technical services and support blended and distance education for all degree and certificate programs at Austin Seminary. 

The ideal candidate has professional experience: using Voyager or another library management system; using cameras and recording equipment; using course management systems; hosting or teaching online courses; and web development experience, or experience with web authoring software.  The ideal candidate also has demonstrated success in teaching and training.


Professor in Homiletics and Liturgics

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary announces a faculty position in homiletics and liturgics (renewable terms or tenure track). The person appointed to this position will join existing faculty members in the area of preaching and worship to staff the curricula of a seminary strongly committed to the preparation of pastors for ministry. Responsibilities include teaching broadly across the fields of homiletics and liturgics in such areas as master’s-level programs, the DMin concentration in proclamation and worship, and the Certificate in Ministry program. The person filling this position will participate in providing leadership for the worship life of the seminary community. He or she should be knowledgeable in preaching and worship in the Reformed tradition and open to a broad range of styles. Pastoral experience is desirable, as is graduate-level teaching. The candidate will be expected to make significant scholarly contributions to the fields of homiletics and liturgics, and share the Seminary’s commitment to resourcing congregations and ecclesial bodies.

 


Professor in New Testament Studies

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary announces a tenure-track position in New Testament. The person appointed will teach in all aspects of the Biblical Department course offerings, including courses in Greek and courses in all degree programs (MDiv, MAMP, MATS, and DMin). The PhD (completed or nearly completed) in New Testament is required. Rank is open. Women and racial-ethnic minority persons are strongly encouraged to apply. While the student body is composed primarily of candidates for the ordained ministry in Presbyterian and Methodist churches, interest in a variety of interpretive and theological approaches is welcomed and expected.

 


Vice President for Business Affairs

The Vice President for Business Affairs is responsible for planning, integration, and control of the financial, business, and administrative support operations of the Seminary as well as providing support for several related committees of the Seminary’s Board of Trustees. The Vice President provides leadership and direction to the following offices/departments that support the mission of the Seminary and its strategic vision for the future: financial services (including all accounting functions, financial statements & analysis, and investments), human resources, buildings & grounds, information technology, risk management, legal/regulatory compliance, and auxiliary services (including campus housing, food service, and hospitality/reception).

The Seminary seeks candidates with diverse financial backgrounds, experience in legal issues, a grasp of evolving issues and concerns in theological education, and experience with, and dedication to, the team work required of senior institutional officers.  


Development Officer

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary has a great opportunity for an organized and dedicated Austin-based professional desiring to apply his/her expertise in planning and implementing regional fund raising programs and activities as they relate to annual fund donor retention, growth of the annual fund and meeting other funding goals for institutionally stated priorities. 

The ideal candidate has professional experience in comprehensive development and fund raising programs preferably in the church and/or higher education industry; sharp instincts for relationships and their importance as it relates to fund development; a proven track record in annual and/or capital fund raising; exceptional oral and written communication skills; and has a desire to work with a great team in a challenging yet supportive department.



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