Staff Positions Available

Staff Positions Available


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FULL TIME POSITION AVAILABLE

Position Title:          Director of Human Resources
Start Date:              June 2014

Position Purpose:   Responsible for supporting and for helping to retain quality seminary personnel

Qualifications:
Formal training in Human Resources; PHR/SPHR certification preferred
Work experience in higher education preferred

Skills:
Excellent communication skills, written, oral and especially listening
Excellent administrative skills, including strong attention to detail
Able to relate and work well with all levels of organizational structure
Able to both lead and support
Able to maintain confidentiality

Attributes:
Good judgment and discretion
Concern for and commitment to best workplace practice
Adaptable
An apprehension of the gospel at work personally and a commitment to its power and hope in the workplace

PART TIME POSITION AVAILABLE

Position Title:                    General Services Manager
Start Date:
                        April 2014

Position Purpose:             Responsible for supervising the seminary’s mailroom services and ordering office supplies for seminary faculty and staff

Qualifications:
Valid PA driver’s license
Knowledge of maintenance and operation of the mail machine preferred
Knowledge of mailing procedures preferred

Skills:
Basic proficiency in Excel and sufficient facility with technology to learn quickly and use seminary’s PowerCAMPUS system and navigate the UPS and USPS websites
Supervisory skills
Administrative skills, including budgeting and bookkeeping

Attributes:
Customer-service oriented
Detail-oriented
Takes initiative
Good judgment and discretion

Complete job descriptions are available upon request.

INTERESTED PARTIES PLEASE SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO
humanresources@wts.edu

Westminster Theological Seminary hires only personnel who belong to a Christian church and subscribe to biblical orthodoxy (belief) and orthopraxy (practice). Otherwise, Westminster Theological Seminary is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to providing equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, except as specifically allowed by federal and state law, and basing employment decisions on merit, qualifications and training. Westminster Theological Seminary does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion (except as religion is a bona fide occupational qualification), sex, national origin, age, disability or any other classification protected by law.

Westminster Theological Seminary’s security and fire safety report can be found here. This report is part of Westminster Theological Seminary’s commitment to safety and security on campus and compliance with the Higher Education Act, as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act. The report covers the following polices and procedures for the seminary campus: reporting crime, emergencies and non-emergencies; crime records and reporting of crime statistics; security and access of campus facilities; drug and alcohol policy; emergency response and evacuation procedures; timely warnings; crime log; missing dorm resident notification policy; and fire safety. Human Resources will provide a paper copy of the report upon request. By October 1 of each year, Human Resources will issue a statement of the report’s availability, along with the above information, to current employees.

  

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