Princeton Theological Seminary is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment with regard to race, creed, color, ancestry, age, gender, marital status, military status, national origin, religious affiliation (except as religion may be a bona fide occupational qualification for certain positions at the seminary), disability, sexual or affectional orientation, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait of an individual, or any other characteristic protected by law.

All positions listed will be posted for at least 5 business days before being filled. New listings are noted by an asterisk (*).

FACULTY POSITIONS:

Associate or Full Professor of Old Testament
Qualified candidates are invited to apply for a tenured professorship in Old Testament within the Department of Biblical Studies at Princeton Theological Seminary, a school in the Reformed theological tradition. The search will be conducted at the level of associate or full professorship and will be made commensurate with the appointee's experience and record. Formal review of applications will begin on April 15, 2015. Employment will commence on July 1, 2016.

The candidate selected for this position is expected to be a scholar of recognized stature as a teacher and scholar with a well-established record of publication, who is dedicated to the church's life and work, equipped to teach women and men preparing for Christian ministry in its various forms. Candidates must have the Ph.D. in Old Testament studies, as well as the M.Div. or equivalent theological degree from an accredited theological school.

The successful candidate will participate in all of the Seminary's degree programs (M.Div., Th.M., M.A.T.S., and Ph.D.), with shared responsibility for offering required courses and a broad range of electives that conform to the Seminary's mission, the Department's needs, and the appointee's research interests. The duties expected of a faculty member at Princeton Theological Seminary include excellent publication and teaching, including Ph.D. supervision; mentoring of students; service in faculty committees, meetings and programs; and active participation in the Seminary's life.

For those applying at the level of associate professor, a letter of interest and curriculum vitae should be uploaded to the online application at: https://tns-apps.ptsem.edu/FacultyApplicationOT/ Those applying at the level of full professor do not need to complete this online application, and instead may send a letter of interest and a curriculum vitae to:

Dr. James F. Kay, Dean of Academic Affairs
Princeton Theological Seminary
P.O. Box 821
Princeton, NJ 08542-0803

or electronically at [email protected].

Those wishing to nominate others for the full professor level position are also invited to contact with Dean Kay.


Tenure-Track Assistant or Tenured Associate Professor of New Testament
Qualified candidates are invited to apply for a tenured or tenure-track professorship in New Testament within the Department of Biblical Studies at Princeton Theological Seminary, a school in the Reformed theological tradition. The search will be conducted at the level of assistant or associate professorship and will be made commensurate with the appointee's experience and record. Formal review of applications will begin on April 15, 2015. Employment will commence on July 1, 2016.

The candidate selected for this position is expected to be a scholar of recognized stature or demonstrable potential, who is dedicated to the church's life and work, equipped to teach women and men preparing for Christian ministry in its various forms. Candidates must have the Ph.D. in New Testament studies, as well as the M.Div. or equivalent theological degree from an accredited theological school, and at least three years of full-time teaching experience. Special competence in Pauline studies is highly desirable.

The successful candidate will participate in all of the Seminary's degree programs (M.Div., Th.M., M.A.T.S., and Ph.D.), with shared responsibility for offering required courses and a broad range of electives that conform to the Seminary's mission, the Department's needs, and the appointee's research interests. The duties expected of a faculty member at Princeton Theological Seminary include excellent publication and teaching, including Ph.D. supervision; mentoring of students; service in faculty committees, meetings and programs; and active participation in the Seminary's life.

A letter of interest and curriculum vitae should be uploaded to the online application site at: https://tns-apps.ptsem.edu/FacultyApplicationNT/.

Those wishing to nominate others for this position are invited to contact Dr. James F. Kay, Dean of Academic Affairs, Princeton Theological Seminary, at [email protected].

 

ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL STAFF:    

 

Collection Development Librarian - Reporting to the James Lenox Librarian, the Collection Development Librarian will provide vision, leadership and oversight of the Library’s collections and materials management program.  This position is responsible for:  providing a selection of library materials in all formats and managing library materials acquisition and shelf-ready processes; managing the library materials budget and providing data analysis and reports regarding collections; working with others to coordinate preservation activities and develop and maintain preservation policy and procedures; and participating in library efforts related to copyright and digital scholarship services.  Qualifications include a Master’s degree in Library or Information Science or equivalent education and experience; graduate work in religion or theology; knowledge of collection issues in research libraries and of emerging practices and trends in collection development and materials management; experience building and preserving collections; and familiarity with licensing, copyright and digital scholarship issues. 


Director of Academic Technology and Digital Scholarship Services - Reporting to the James Lenox Librarian, the Director of Academic Technology and Digital Scholarship Services will provide vision, leadership, planning and strategic direction for academic technology and digital scholarship services.

Responsibilities include:  leading and managing the Office of Academic Technology and Digital Scholarship Services;  leading academic technology and digital scholarship plan development, execution and evaluation;  directing and shaping library planning on new technology initiatives including, but not limited to, institutional repository development, library publishing services, electronic records management;  providing technical support and training covering a range of academic technologies;  and participating in library efforts directed at copyright management.  Qualifications include a Master’s degree in Library or Information Science, Computer Science, Technology or related field; experience in providing academic technology or digital scholarship services in a higher education context;  experience resulting in knowledge of institutional repositories and academic publishing;  knowledge of trends and best practices in utilizing technology in support of teaching, learning, research and scholarship;  and familiarity with directions in digital humanities. 

 

 

 

OFFICE AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT STAFF:  

There are no positions available at this time. 

FACILITIES:

There are no positions available at this time.

 

 

HOW TO APPLY

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EMPLOYEES:

 
Please notify the Director of Human Resources of your interest in writing or by email as soon as possible.

 

APPLICANTS:

Please submit your resume by:
(1) email - [email protected]; or
(2) fax - (609) 924-2973; or
(3) mail -

Princeton Theological Seminary
Human Resources Office
P.O. Box 821
64 Mercer Street
Princeton, NJ 08542-0803

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Complete and submit an application form which is available by:
(1) calling (609) 497-6948; or
(2) stopping by M-F, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
(3) Downloading a copy of the employment application form (.pdf).

 

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