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12330 Conway Road
St. Louis, Missouri 63141
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P 314.434.4044 P 1.800.264.8064
F 314.434.4819
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To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to or Covenant Theological Seminary, Attn: Human Resources, 12330 Conway Road St. Louis, MO, 63141. Please indicate the specific position for which you are applying. Applications are kept on file for one year and will be considered if an appropriate position becomes available during that time.

Reporting to the Senior Director of Advancement, the Major Gift Officer (MGO) position oversees all regional fundraising efforts for assigned territory in concert with the overall institutional objectives and goals. The MGO will work to establish and pursue personal and regional fundraising goals for major gift fundraising and broader institutional advancement in order to increase support and build awareness of the Seminary within the denomination and broader donor base.

This position is responsible for developing and cultivating trust relationships with individual donors, churches, and foundations, engaging them in the mission and vision of the Seminary through personal and intentional communication, visitation, and care in order to nurture individual interest and support of the Seminary.

The successful candidate will have previous development experience in higher education or a ministry context, will possess significant understanding of the St. Louis community and the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), will genuinely enjoy building trust relationships, and can appropriately mirror the Seminary’s goals, values, and care for others.

To apply, send CV/resume and cover letter to

Posted: Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Covenant Seminary is looking to fill an entry-level, part-time position for an advancement data coordinator. This position is responsible for execution of existing standard and ad hoc reporting tasks for the broader Advancement teams. This will include extraction of lists for communication with donors, alumni, students, and prospects through multiple channels.

A superior candidate will understand basic marketing tasks, the link between demographic and transactional characteristics of individuals and corporations, and the importance of predicting likely future behavior. The candidate will engage in a process of continuous improvement within the Advancement team by contributing ideas and creative solutions.

Candidates must have advanced skills with the MS Office suite--including Access, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint--and must understand OLE links, query writing in Access and SQL, the use of Pivot tables, and have knowledge and experience with ETL (extraction, transformation, and load) processes from one system to another. It will be helpful to have previous knowledge or experience with CAMS, Crystal Reports, MySQL, and the use of SharePoint.

To apply, send CV/resume and cover letter to

Posted: Friday, May 30, 2014
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Covenant Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or physical handicap in its educational programs or activities, including admission and employment. Covenant Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of gender in the educational programs or activities it operates, including admission and employment, except as required by the ordination policies of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Because the Seminary is an agency of the PCA, it is fully permitted to select its students and employees on the basis of their religion.