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 (please name your documents as follows: Last Name, First Name - Document Name), and the names and contact information for three references to the Human Resources Office at Princeton Theological Seminary at [email protected].
Latinx Program Coordinator
The Latinx Program Coordinator at Princeton Theological Seminary works in collaboration with the Department of Student Life to support Latinx students; to develop programming and conferencing with a Latinx focus; to participate in recruiting Latinx students; and to provide diversity training to seminary constituencies.
The Controller serves as the lead accounting officer and is responsible for accounting operations, completion of the annual audit, internal and external financial reporting and internal control as well as compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations related to the finances of not-for-profit institutions. The Controller is responsible for the management and oversight of general accounting, grant accounting, endowments and other restricted funds accounting, debt compliance, cash management, payroll, accounts receivable (including student accounts), accounts payable, fixed assets, tax compliance and internal control systems for financial operations. Reports to the Vice President for Finance, CFO and Treasurer.
The Instructional Designer will be responsible for developing, engaging and implementing effective learning experiences for our diverse range of learners. The designer will collaborate with subject matter experts, educators, and multimedia specialists to design and deliver innovative learning solutions that meet our organization’s educational goals.
Program Coordinator, Institute for Youth Ministry
The Institute for Youth Ministry (IYM) at Princeton Theological Seminary forms Christian leaders for thoughtful, just, and creative ministry with young people. The purpose of this role is to oversee and manage a grant-funded initiative which has two main elements: (1) coordinating and refining our congregational program that helps Christian leaders design new forms of youth ministry in their contexts, and (2) building and managing a suite of theologically-grounded resources for youth ministry practitioners.
Open Rank Faculty Position in Preaching
Princeton Theological Seminary, a school in the Reformed theological tradition with students representing a broad range of preaching traditions, invites applications for a full-time tenure-track or tenured position in Preaching. Appointment at the level of Assistant Professor will be tenure-track; Appointment at the level of Associate or full professor will be made with tenure.
Assistant Professor of Asian Christianity
Princeton Theological Seminary invites applications for a tenure-track position in Asian Christianity. Specialization is open and scholars who work on Christianity in South, Southeast or East Asia between the early modern period and the present are encouraged to apply. Ability and/or experience in teaching courses on a second religion besides Christianity, on Christianity’s relationship to other religions, and/or on inter-faith dialogue is desirable. Applicants should be conversant with the current landscape in the field of World Christianity. Women and candidates from underrepresented communities are especially encouraged to apply.
Open Rank Faculty Position in African American Christianity
Princeton Theological Seminary seeks a tenured or tenure-track scholar of African American Christianity whose research and teaching give critical attention to the legacies of slavery in the Americas and to African American experience and ecclesial life. Applicants must have a Ph.D. (or supply evidence that the degree will be in hand by the time of appointment) in Religious Studies, History, African American Studies, African Diaspora Studies or another immediately relevant field. Appointment at the level of Assistant Professor will be tenure-track; Appointment at the level of Associate or full professor will be made with tenure. Women and candidates from underrepresented communities are especially encouraged to apply.
Library Associate (Part Time)
Provides broad range of building, office and project support to Library departments and management.
Deputy to the President
The Deputy will work closely with the President to provide strategic advice, support, and coordination to the executive team and other direct reports. The appropriate candidate will have a demonstrated understanding of and commitment to the academic, research, and service mission of the Seminary; skill in working with all campus stakeholders while engendering a climate of openness, integrity, mutual respect, and collaborative problem-solving; and a keen sense of how and when to engage the participation of different constituencies while possessing wise judgment and sound discretion in handling sensitive materials and confidential situations.
Vice President for Marketing and Communications
The Vice President for Marketing and Communications leads the Marketing and Communication team at Princeton Theological Seminary. The Vice President for Marketing and Communications is a strategic thought partner for the executive team in regards to external relations/communications. This position implements the strategic plan for the campus and forges ties with the community, while enhancing while protecting our brand in the educational marketplace. The Vice President for Marketing and Communications creates forward-thinking, proactive strategies for Seminary planning and communication as co-constitutive activities.
Vice President and CFO
The CFO has responsibility for stewarding the Seminary’s financial assets and serves as an advisor to the President and to the Board of Trustees on matters of financial planning and stewardship, budgeting, resource allocation, risk management, and information technology. The CFO will manage the assets of the Seminary and maintain systems of internal controls to safeguard the physical, digital, and financial assets of the Seminary. They will work collaboratively with the President and executive leadership team to develop and execute a long-range financial and capital plan that maintains the fiscal health of the institution and serves strategic ends. The CFO will ensure accurate and timely financial reporting that enables short- and long-term financial decision-making, and they will play a key role in translating strategic ambitions into actionable financial and operational plans to enhance the Seminary’s financial model and develop new revenue streams.
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.
Administrative Systems Manager
Description: To provide primary Administrative and business operational support to constituents through aligned enterprise applications and systems.
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