PART-TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE
Job Title: Admissions Counselor: Yielder
Start Date: Immediate
Job Summary: Responsible for counseling admitted students to help them prepare for life at Westminster.
- B.A. degree in a liberal arts discipline, preferred
- Earned or in process M.A.R degree or its equivalent
- Current Westminster Theological Seminary student; must be a student for at least one year by time of hire
- Knowledge of Westminster’s distinctives on each discipline:VanTilian Apologetics, Redemptive-Historical Hermeneutics, Systematic Theology, Biblical Counseling
- Knowledge of each professor’s expertise in his discipline
- An awareness of current seminary trends in the evangelical community
- Good command of the English language
- Ability to navigate website and social media for Westminster
- Ability to relate to each admitted student from a practical and theological level
- Ability to create and maintain community relationships with local businesses for housing, jobs, churches, and ministry
A complete job description is available upon request.
Interested parties should please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
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