Employment - Princeton Theological Seminary


Princeton Theological Seminary is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment with regard to race, creed, color, ancestry, age, gender, marital status, military status, national origin, religious affiliation (except as religion may be a bona fide occupational qualification for certain positions at the seminary), disability, sexual or affectional orientation, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait of an individual, or any other characteristic protected by law.

For Institutional compliance with Transparency in Coverage, please find the machine-readable file at this link. Please note, the machine-readable file(s) will be populated on July 1, 2022.

All positions listed will be posted for at least five business days before being filled.

To apply:
 Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae (please name your documents as follows: Last Name, First Name – Document Name), and the names and contact information for three references to the Human Resources Office at Princeton Theological Seminary at apply@ptsem.edu.

Head of Circulation Services

Manage the Circulation Department, its staff and processes, and provide user-centered services and support at the Circulation desk.

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Cataloging Associate (Part-time)

Responsible for preparing library materials for patron use and for ensuring proper access to those materials through standard cataloging practices and procedures. Reports to the Head of Cataloging. Part-time (19 hours per week, with a combination of on-site and remote work possible). Non-exempt.

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Iron Sharpening Iron | Program Coordinator (REMOTE)

Iron Sharpening Iron, an executive education program for women hosted at Princeton Theological Seminary, is seeking an efficient, passionate Program Coordinator to join our team and maximize our impact in resourcing women leaders. The program coordinator will work collaboratively to develop effective programs, oversee activities and details, and measure overall success. Their duties will consist of managing various administrative tasks, discussion facilitation, and ensuring that programs maintain a consistent level of quality and meet stated goals. With a commitment to growth and their professional development, our candidate will also strive to create positive experiences for all participants and repeat best practices for future programs.

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Associate Academic Dean

Reporting to the Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Associate Academic Dean supports the Academic Dean in strategic planning initiatives, budgeting, and curricular matters; supervises the Center Directors; and assists the Dean with oversight of Field Education and the Library. The person works closely with the Academic Dean in the design and implementation of new degree programs and in the regular review and revision of current programs. The Associate Academic Dean supervises the Coordinator of Academic Advising and Student Retention. This position is a 12-month, full-time, non-teaching, non-tenure track, on-campus administrative position.

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Director of Assessment and Accreditation

Reporting to the Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Director of Assessment and Accreditation provides leadership and oversight of assessment activities for the purposes of program development and evaluation, accreditation, and institutional effectiveness. The Director works with seminary partners in the process of institutional evaluation and with the faculty in the process of degree program assessment. The Director ensures that the academic standards and policies of accrediting agencies are met.

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Administrative Assistant, Polaris Young Adult Leadership Network

The Polaris Young Adult Leadership Network at Princeton Theological Seminary seeks to cultivate community and amplify the influence of young adult Christian leaders across the country. The purpose of this in-person role is to support multiple dynamic remote staff members and a growing portfolio of events, programs, and initiatives.

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Postdoctoral Fellowship in New Testament

Princeton Theological Seminary seeks a Postdoctoral Fellow in New Testament. The appointment is for two years starting July 1, 2024. Eligible candidates must hold a Ph.D. in New Testament and have completed all requirements for the degree by the start date. Area of specialization is open.

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Part Time Library Associate

Provides broad range of building, office and project support to Library departments and management.

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Open Rank Faculty Position in Preaching

Princeton Theological Seminary, a school in the Reformed theological tradition with students representing a broad range of preaching traditions, invites applications for a full-time tenure-track or tenured position in Preaching. Appointment at the level of Assistant Professor will be tenure-track; Appointment at the level of Associate or full professor will be made with tenure.

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Assistant Professor of Asian Christianity

Princeton Theological Seminary invites applications for a tenure-track position in Asian Christianity. Specialization is open and scholars who work on Christianity in South, Southeast or East Asia between the early modern period and the present are encouraged to apply. Ability and/or experience in teaching courses on a second religion besides Christianity, on Christianity’s relationship to other religions, and/or on inter-faith dialogue is desirable. Applicants should be conversant with the current landscape in the field of World Christianity. Women and candidates from underrepresented communities are especially encouraged to apply.

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We are an equal opportunity employer.