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.
Open Faculty Positions
None at this time – please check back.
Open Staff Positions
None at this time.
Open Student Employment Positions
Maintenance Snow Crew
Part-time student staff positions are open on the Maintenance Snow Crew, reporting to David Becker, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
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
Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.
Part-time academic year student staff positions are open for Chapel Hosts, a part of the Maintenance Crew.
Pay rates: $10.00/hour for new students,
$10.75/hour for returning students with completed training and one year of experience in the position
Chapel Hosts run technology needed to support daily worship and other events (speakers, weddings, seminars, etc.) in Mulder Chapel. The position requires familiarity with basic computer technology and programs; training is required. Must be able to operate technology independently.
Pastor—Emmanuel Community Church in Clinton, WI is eeking a full-time pastor who loves the Lord and his people and who will enjoy serving in a rural community. Please contact ECCClinton@gmail.com for more information. Applications taken until December 31, 2019. (posted 11/20/19)
Children’s and Youth Ministries Director—The Community Church of Ada in Ada, MI is seeking to fill this PT position. This person will provide overall leadership to the children’s and youth ministry of the church, with a special emphasis on grades 3-5. Applications will be taken until December 16, 2019 (posted 11/20/19)
Senior Pastor—Grace Hills Church in Laguna Woods, CA. The senior pastor primary responsibility is to lead the church in fulfilling its purpose: “to honor God by helping more people become fully devoted followers of Christ.” More information can be found on their website. Applications taken until February 29, 2020. (posted 11/20/19)
Assoicate & Youth Pastor—Baptist Church in Northville, Northville, NY. The youth pastor (FT) will be responsible for overseeing junior and senior high youth ministries. For more information contact email@example.com. Applications taken until December 31, 2019. (posted 11/20/19)
Assistant Pastor—First Presbyterian Church in Siloam Springs, AR is seeking to fill this FT position. Visit their website for full job description. Applications taken until February 1, 2010. (posted 11/20/19)
Senior Pastor—Grace Hills Church in Laguna Woods, CA is seeking a Senior Pastor. The Senior Pastor would teach and preach God’s Word, supervise the staff, and oversee the ministries of the church. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications taken until February 29, 2010. (posted 10/29/19)
Curriculum Development Coordinator—Crossroads Prison Ministries in Kentwood, MI. This is a FT position and is ideal for someone who has a heart for prison ministry, who has writing and editing skills and experience in creating Bible study materials. Contact email@example.com for more information. (posted 10/22/19)
Worship Arts Associate—Calvary Church in Holland, MI is seeking a talented individual that is committed to leading, educating, growing the adult congregants, youth and neighbors in their faith and service to others. Full job description can be found on the church’s website. (posted 10/22/19)
Pastor (PT)–Second Reformed Church of Rotterdam (Cobblestone Church) in Schenectady, NY is seeking a PT pastor to lead and grow the congregation. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. (posted 10/16/19)
Associate Pastor—First Christian Reformed Church in Lynden, WA is seeking to full-time ordained associate pastor to provide general pastoral ministry in the flock to support their senior pastor, including preaching, with specific focus on overseeing our ministry in youth, young adults and young families. Applications will be taken until March 2020. (posted 10/15/19)
Pastor—Roseland Reformed Church in Roseland, MN is seeking a full time pastor. A full job description can be found on their website. (posted 9/17/19)
Pastor–Newkirk Reformed Church in Hospers, IA is seeking a Senior Pastor that is a compassionate equipper that shows Joy in the Lord, has a strong biblical foundation, work well across multiple organizations in the church, And show strong spirtiual support and concern for menbers that are sick and hurting. To learn more about this postion please contact email@example.com. (posted 9/6/19)
National Park Ministry Team Leader—A Christian Ministry in the National Parks (ACMNP) provides a Christian community for the people working, living and visiting the National Parks. Please visit their website for more information about opportunities to serve. (posted 9/6/19)
Pastor—Neshanic Reformed Church in Hillsborough, NJ is seeking a full time pastor. Searching for a pastor who will seek to understand the needs and priorities of the congregations, supporting their spiritual growth and fostering strong connections among them. Job description can be found on their website. (posted 9/4/19)
The seminary does not discriminate in admissions, employment, and educational programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, marital status, disability, height, weight, genetic information, and other prohibited characteristics in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.
As a religious institution, the 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: