Work at Princeton Theological Seminary

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.

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All positions listed will be posted for at least five business days before being filled.

To apply:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for three references to the Human Resources Office at Princeton Theological Seminary at apply@ptsem.edu. Also, for organizational purposes, please name your documents as follows: "Last Name, First Name_File Name".

Princeton Theological Seminary is a highly vaccinated community. We expect our employees, and all those who are seeking employment at the Seminary, to be fully vaccinated and boosted.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Old Testament

Princeton Theological Seminary seeks a Postdoctoral Fellow in Old Testament. The appointment is for two years starting July 1, 2023. Eligible candidates must hold a Ph.D. in Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and have completed all requirements for the degree by the start date. Area of specialization is open.

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Assistant Bursar

Assist with day-to-day activities in the Bursar’s Office both student and non-student related receivables; The Assistant Bursar is responsible for aspects of the administration of the payment plan and collection of student receivables and assists the Bursar in supervising the revenue function of the Seminary. The Assistant Bursar provides accurate accounting and reporting of financial information in compliance with Seminary standards, while maintaining a positive environment of high-quality customer service, efficient operations, and continuous improvement in the Business Office. The Assistant Bursar applies accepted accounting procedures to the preparation and maintenance of accounting and other records and prepares financial, statistical, and/or technical reports.

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Circulation Assistant (PT)

Performs a variety of essential library Circulation operations, oversees the work of student employees and has responsibility for particular projects.

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PhD Program Coordinator

The PhD Program Coordinator at Princeton Theological Seminary works in collaboration with the Director of PhD Studies to administrate the PhD Program. The Coordinator has responsibility for a wide range of activities supporting all aspects of the PhD Program that include assisting PhD students throughout their graduate program from admission to degree completion and ensuring compliance with all academic regulations. The Coordinator works with faculty in relation to residence and dissertation committees. The Coordinator is also responsible for all administrative office tasks.

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Administrative Assistant

Provide a broad range of general administrative support to the Director of the Center for Contemplative Leadership.

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Senior Administrative Assistant

The Senior Administrative Assistant assists the Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs in the execution of their responsibilities.

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Director of Field Education and Vocational Placement

The Director of Field Education and Vocational Placement manages the Seminary’s required field education component of the curriculum and related areas of vocational discernment including placement.

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Administrative Assistant, Young Adult Leadership Network

The Young Adult Leadership Network at Princeton Theological Seminary seeks to cultivate community and amplify the influence of young adult Christian leaders across the country. The purpose of this in-person role is to support multiple dynamic remote staff members and a growing portfolio of events, programs, and initiatives.

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Program Coordinator, Young Adult Leadership Network

The Young Adult Leadership Network at Princeton Theological Seminary seeks to cultivate community and amplify the influence of young adult Christian leaders across the country. The purpose of this role is to support the Network’s development through managing a fellowship program and facilitating new network opportunities such as workshops for young adults who are leading in their home communities across the United States.

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Reference and Research Librarian

Provide reference, instruction and outreach services; support collection development and acquisitions; serve as primary backup support for the Circulation Department.

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Network Specialist Position

Network Specialist Position is responsible for assuring system availability, via installing, configuring, and maintaining local and offsite infrastructure systems so that the various systems needs of ITS constituents can be met securely, reliably, and efficiently.

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Associate Director of Web and Digital Marketing

Manages the Princeton Theological Seminary’s main website (ptsem.edu) and stewards the external web presence, as well as develops, implements, and evaluates digital solutions that support the Seminary’s marketing and communication goals.

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Social Media & Email Marketing Specialist

Implements the Seminary’s comprehensive social media strategy. Provides expertise in running the Seminary’s email marketing platform, list development, and email marketing campaigns.

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Director of Formation and Learning

The Director of Formation and Learning creates and facilitates programs, offerings, and resource development for external learners and the broader public on behalf of Princeton Theological Seminary. This position will manage the design and build processes of programs that focus on preaching and congregational leadership, as well as the theological formation of public and executive leaders. This position will collaborate with various internal offices and external contractors to achieve the design, coordination, recruitment, delivery, and assessment of the Office of Continuing Education’s growing opportunities for pastoral and leadership formation.

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CRW HVAC / Maintenance Technician

Description: The CRW HVAC / Maintenance Technician will troubleshoot, diagnose, repair and maintain all air handling units, heat pumps, filters, controls, and replace when necessary. Along with being able to assist and or complete various tasks needed for general apartment maintenance on campus.

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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of New Testament

Description: Princeton Theological Seminary seeks a scholar of the New Testament within the Department of Biblical Studies at the rank of tenure-track assistant professor. Special competence in Pauline studies is highly desirable. Applicants are expected to hold a PhD or its equivalent by June of 2023.

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Charles Hodge Chair Professor of Systematic Theology

Description: Princeton Theological Seminary, a school in the Reformed theological tradition and historically related to the PC (USA), seeks a scholar to occupy the Charles Hodge Chair of Systematic Theology, starting on or about July 1, 2023.

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Open Rank Faculty Position in Early Christian Theology

Description: Princeton Theological Seminary seeks to fill a full-time tenure-track or tenured faculty position in Early Christian Theology to commence on or about July 1, 2023. Rank open (assistant, associate, full professor).

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Administrative Systems Manager

Description: To provide primary Administrative and business operational support to constituents through aligned enterprise applications and systems.

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We are an equal opportunity employer.

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Special Advisor & Founding Director, IJM Institute

Bethany Hoang, Class of 2004

“The rooting of justice in our spiritual formation in Christ requires careful thought and teaching. I was equipped to lead in this way through my time at PTS.”