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Data Entry Clerk

Location: Austin, Texas

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, a graduate and doctoral school educating and preparing students for the Christian ministry, has an immediate opportunity for a temporary data entry clerk. 

We have a project that will take an estimated 2-4 months of 30 hours per week to input data into a database.  All work will be done on-site (working remotely is not possible) during office hours.  You will be adding and correcting entries into a specific database using a software interface (not spreadsheets).  You will review your work and make corrections.  After the proofreading process, the data must be 100% accurate.  You will be trained in the specific application you will be working in and the required data entry standards.


Professor of Pastoral Care

Location: Austin, Texas

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary announces a tenure-track faculty position in Pastoral Care. The person appointed to this position must be qualified to reflect theologically on all dimensions of pastoral care and counseling. He or she will teach required courses in the master’s-level and DMin degree programs, as well as the online Certificate in Ministry program. Elective course offerings will be in keeping with her or his special interests and needs of the Seminary. The person appointed to this position will staff the curricula of a Seminary strongly committed to the preparation of pastors for ministry. The Seminary also offers the dual MDiv-MSSW with the School of Social Work at The University of Texas at Austin. 


Director of Human Resources and Operations

Location: Austin, Texas

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary has an opportunity for an organized, dedicated and forward-thinking Director of Human Resources to apply his/her expertise to making a difference in the lives of persons in Christian ministry.

The ideal candidate has superior integrity and confidentiality, organizational and communication skills, and 5 years’ demonstrated experience in all aspects of human resources, including: employee advocacy, policy design and implementation, compensation and benefits administration, performance management, skills assessment, training and development, employee relations, maintenance of confidential records and documentation, recruiting and retention, new hire orientation, conducting criminal background and driving record checks, facilitating workers’ compensation claims, participation in salary and benefit surveys, local/state/federal compliance, and completion and submission of all federal/state/local mandated institutional surveys including EEO-5 IPEDS, Title IX, VAWA, Campus SaVE, and Clery reporting.  Additionally, the ideal candidate will be very comfortable using technology, such as Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Visio), and Great Plains payroll/HRIS.



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