Fulfill your calling through a career at Western Theological Seminary.
Western Theological Seminary is rooted in the historic Christian faith and seeks to be Reformed, evangelical, and ecumenical in its focus. With a full time faculty of 20, it offers four degree programs: the M.Div. in both residential and distance-learning formats, an M.A., a Th.M., and a D.Min. In addition, it offers a two graduate certificate programs, a graduate program for Christian Educators, and a dual-track M.Div./MSW program, as well as continuing education initiatives.
Commitment to Diversity
Western Theological Seminary is actively pursuing diversity (understood in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, and ability) in its faculty and staff. Women and members of racial-ethnic minority groups are encouraged to apply.
Western Theological Seminary is seeking a president to lead the institution in its next season of growth and opportunity.
Applications and nominations will be accepted until a new president is appointed. For most favorable consideration, applicants should submit a curriculum vitae and a letter of interest by October 15, 2018. All nominations, expressions of interest, and applications will be handled with complete confidentiality and should be submitted directly to WTSPresident@carterbaldwin.com.
Open Faculty Positions
None at this time – please check back.
Open Staff Positions
None at this time. Please check back.
Open Student Employment Positions
Student Staff Positions – Maintenance Snow Crew
Part-time student staff positions are open on the Maintenance Snow Crew.
Snow Crew responsibilities include
Remove snow on campus sidewalks, entries, exterior steps and ramps; clear parking areas not reached by snow plow service.
Remove overnight snow accumulation prior to 7:30am on assigned days of the week (two people per day). Work typically must begin at 6:00am.
Remove day time snow accumulation in the early afternoon.
Operation runs seven days a week; crew members may trade days to accommodate absences.
Ability to work independently and cooperatively with others
Classis Leader—Great Lakes City Classis (RCA) located in Grand Rapids, MI is seeking to fill this PT position. The Classis Leader will serve as executive leader, to develop and empower leaders, plant new churches and expand the vitality and missional impact of the congregations. (posted 10/31/18)
Youth Pastor – Trinity Church in Stanton, MI is seeking a full time youth pastor. Position description here.
Pastoral Apprentice—Bridge City Fellowship in Portland, OR is seeking to fill this one year position for a recent seminary grad who wants to gain experience. Primary responsibilities will be in youth ministry and occasional preaching. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org(posted 9/20/18)
Associate Pastor—First Baptist Church in Minneapolis, MN is looking for a person to lead Community Groups, Connections ministry, Outreach ministries and Kinship ministries of the church. Also mentor a cohort of interns each year. Please visit their website for full job description. (posted 7/2/18)
Lead Pastor—Christ Community Church of Buena Park, CA. More information can be found on their website. (posted 4/11/18)
Pastor—American Reformed Church in Woodstock, MN is seeking a full time pastor to shepherd and assist this rural congregation with teaching and preaching the word of God. For more information please contact email@example.com (posted 3/20/18)
Pastor—Holland Reformed Church in Holland NE is seeking a pastor with strong leadership skills and has the ability to enable the members of the congregation in it’s vision of becoming more missional locally and furthering God’s kingdom in our community and neighboring communities. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org (posted 3/20/18)
Pastor—Fairview Reformed Church in Fairview, IL is seeking a full time pastor. This historic church in a rural setting seeks a pastor to lead, guide and work beside its congregation in ministering to the total life of the community by preaching, teaching, witnessing and proclaiming the Gospel of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Please contact email@example.com for more information. (posted 3/16/18)
Western Theological Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, marital status, disability, and other prohibited bases in admissions, employment, and educational programs.
As a religious institution, Western Theological Seminary reserves the right to make employment and hiring decisions on the basis of religious criteria, based on the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States and various relevant statutes.
For inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies and complaints of discrimination, contact: