Staff Positions Available

Staff Positions Available

Thank you for your interest in employment at Westminster Theological Seminary. 


Position Title:            Faculty Support Specialist

Start Date:                 January 5, 2015

Position Purpose:    Responsible for course program management and administrative services to the Practical Theology department, advanced degree coordination, faculty support, and event planning for the Academic Affairs Office.


Bachelor’s degree preferred
Three to five years’ office experience preferred
Familiarity with Westminster’s curriculum preferred


Excellent organizational skills
Technological skills including proficiency in Moodle, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher
Excellent oral, written, and communication skills
Outstanding people skills, including with people of diverse backgrounds
Prior experience with online course management systems
Basic web editing skills

A complete job description is available upon request.



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