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Admissions Operations Coordinator / Full-time
Manage and process all prospective and incoming student data for the admissions office, and provide effective solutions to automate and simplify administrative process in coordination with the Director of Information Systems.
Network/Server Administrator / Full-time
To manage, maintain, and improve the seminary’s network and server infrastructure. This position reports to the Director of Information Systems.
Marketing and Communications Associate / Part-time
Serve with the associate director to develop, execute, and manage marketing and communications strategy for the seminary, increasing Westminster Theological Seminary’s presence and influence in the public. This position involves responsibilities in project management, brand strategy, marketing, design, editorial, web strategy, social media, business analytics, and more. This position also involves extensive coordination and strategy with other departments and creative vendors, and therefore requires exceptional communication and collaboration skills.
Content Strategist / Part-time
Serve with the associate director of communications and the communications team to plan, track, administrate, and curate high-quality, theological content and resources from the faculty and seminary, in a strategic way to reach online audiences and promote faculty activity. Coordinate content closely with broader, seminary communications initiatives. Requires excellent collaboration and communication with faculty and staff, as well as strong familiarity with theological content, history, and distinctives of the seminary and faculty.
Campus Life Assistant / Part-time
Responsible for assisting the VP of Campus Life fulfill the goal of building excellence for the student and staff experience at Westminster. Primary responsibilities are human resources and student development office assistance and other tasks as assigned by supervisors.
Course Development and Ed Tech Assistant / Part-time
Responsible for assisting in the course development efforts of Westminster’s distance education and online learning programs, as well as classroom and faculty support.
Administrative Assistant to the Registrar’s Office / Part-time
Responsible for assisting the Registrar and Assistant Registrar in the daily functioning of the Registrar’s Office by completing various administrative tasks and projects and monitoring student, alumni, faculty, staff and other external inquiries.
Physical Plant Staff / Part-time
Responsible for assisting Physical Plant with building and grounds maintenance functions and projects. Projects include grounds and building maintenance, assistance with painting and construction, and errands to pick up supplies and equipment.
Admissions Counselor / Part-time
Responsible for counseling and recruiting prospective students for a Westminster education. Provide assistance to the Director of Admissions and Admissions Coordinators for recruiting events in and out of town. Provide assistance for admissions projects and Westminster PR.
TA, Center for Theological Writing / Part-time
Responsible for providing classroom support for Advanced Theological Writing classes and assisting with delivery of CTW programs.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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.
This policy covers all aspects of employment, including selection, job assignment, compensation, discipline, termination, and access to benefits and training.
Security and Fire Safety Report
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 policies 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.