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Faculty Opening in the Department of Old Testament

Westminster Theological Seminary announces an opening in the department of Old Testament. This is a full-time, tenure-track position, effective July 1, 2015. Teaching responsibilities include core courses in our M.Div., M.A.R., & M.A. curriculum and leading Th.M./Ph.D. level seminars (approximately 14 semester hours per academic year). Applicants should have significant teaching experience with a record of scholarly publications, although consideration will also be given to qualified junior applicants with an earned doctorate in Old Testament studies or a related discipline, and who show strong evidence of potential for scholarly writing and effective teaching. Ordination or willingness to be ordained as a teaching elder in a Reformed or Presbyterian denomination is required. The candidate's personal commitment to the Westminster Standards and to the Seminary's core values, as set out in its Mission Statement (http://www.wts.edu/about/beliefs/mission.html), is required. Salary will be commensurate with rank. Applicants should send a copy of their curriculum vitae, including names of two references, to Dr. Jeffrey K. Jue, Provost & Exec. Vice-President, Westminster Theological Seminary, P.O. Box 27009, Philadelphia, PA 19118 by October 1, 2014.

Faculty Opening in the Department of Practical Theology

This position is a full-time, tenure-track one, effective July 1, 2014. The initial appointment is for three years. Responsibilities include teaching M.Div. and M.A. courses and graduate-level (D.Min.) courses on the Philadelphia campus. The person we are seeking would be responsible to work primarily with the Department of Practical Theology to provide vision and leadership for the Homiletics Program and the Doctor of Ministry Program. Ordination in a Reformed or Presbyterian denomination is required as well as evidence of at least ten (10) years of effective preaching in the context of pastoral ministry. Applicants should have or be near to completing an earned doctorate and show strong evidence of potential for scholarly writing and effective teaching. The candidate's personal commitment to the Westminster Standards and to the Seminary's core values, as set out in its Mission Statement (http://www.wts.edu/about/beliefs/mission.html), is required. Salary will be commensurate with rank. Applicants should send a copy of their curriculum vitae, including names of two references, Academic Affairs, Attention: Rebecca Cordner (rcordner@wts.edu), Westminster Theological Seminary, P.O. Box 27009, Philadelphia, PA 19118 by December 1, 2014.


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