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Academics faculty@covenantseminary.edu x4200
Admissions admissions@covenantseminary.edu x4905
Alumni alumni@covenantseminary.edu x4055
Archaeology Institute archinstitute@covenantseminary.edu x4180
Audio/Visual Services avservices@covenantseminary.edu x4950
Bookstore bookstore@covenantseminary.edu x4164
Business Office busdept@covenantseminary.edu x4930
City Ministry Initiative cmi@covenantseminary.edu x4204
Communications communications@covenantseminary.edu x4071
Counseling Department lindsay.turner@covenantseminary.edu x4240
Development development@covenantseminary.edu x4061
Doctor of Ministry Program admissions@covenantseminary.edu x4203
Facilities facilities@covenantseminary.edu x4960
Financial Aid financialaid@covenantseminary.edu x4031
Francis A. Schaeffer Institute fsi@covenantseminary.edu x4200
Housing housing@covenantseminary.edu x4164
Human Resources humanresources@covenantseminary.edu x4052
Information Technology Services ITSdept@covenantseminary.edu x4950
Library library@covenantseminary.edu x4100
PCA Historical Center wayne.sparkman@covenantseminary.edu x4956
Registrar registrar@covenantseminary.edu x4936
Student Life studentlife@covenantseminary.edu x4155
World Mission Office worldmission@covenantseminary.edu x4204

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Campus Employment

HOW TO APPLY

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to humanresources@covenantseminary.edu 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.

POLICY OF NONDISCRIMINATION

Covenant Theological Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, gender or disability in admission to or employment in its educational programs or activities except as required by the doctrinal standards of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Inquiries regarding the application of non-discrimination policies may be directed to: Alice Evans, Vice President of Business and Finance, 12330 Conway Road, St. Louis, MO 63141, 314.434.4044, ext. 4053.

OUR MISSION AND BELIEFS

The purpose of Covenant Theological Seminary is to glorify the triune God by training his servants to WALK in God’s grace, MINISTER God’s Word, and EQUIP God’s people—all for God’s MISSION. As the denominational seminary the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), we profess and proclaim the historic Christian faith as revealed in Scripture and summarized in the Apostles’ Creed and the Statement of Faith of the National Association of Evangelicals. The Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms, although subordinate to the Bible in their authority, set forth our understanding of biblical truth in a consistent, concise, and reliable form.

OPEN POSITIONS

DIRECTOR OF FIELD EDUCATION — FULL-TIME

Covenant Theological Seminary seeks a full-time Director of Field Education to oversee the operation, development, evaluation, and expansion of the Seminary’s Field Education program and processes. Reporting to the Vice President of Academics, the Director of Field Education is tasked with:

  • Managing the Field Education Office and related personnel within the Seminary’s grace-based ethos.
  • Cultivating and managing relationships with field education internship mentors and supervisors in local churches and ministries, as well as with students, staff, and faculty.
  • Establishing mutually beneficial ministry relationships both within the Reformed Presbyterian context of the Seminary and with a broader range of evangelical organizations and ministry partnerships, both locally and globally.
  • Creating field education components and evaluation processes that integrate appropriately into each degree program and provide students with meaningful real-world, mentored ministry experiences.
  • Collaborating with faculty and off-site field education mentors/supervisors to assess opportunities for their involvement with students in the field education process and to provide coaching and training as needed.
  • Working with multiple departments within the Seminary to ensure clear communication about field education needs, accurate evaluation and reporting of student progress toward stated goals, and efficiency of administrative processes.
  • Teaching some portion of field education practicum classes.
  • Developing and overseeing a new Church Planting Track for the Master of Divinity curriculum.
  • Traveling frequently to local ministry partner sites, with occasional national travel to partner sites, professional conferences, and PCA General Assembly.

The successful candidate will have:

  • A heart for the personal, spiritual, and ministerial formation of students and the capacity to lead creative and significant expansions to the Field Education program.
  • A graduate seminary degree in a relevant field (MDiv, MAEM, MARE, etc.). Preference will be given to those who have or are pursuing an advanced degree (PhD, EdD, DMin, etc.) in a relevant field.
  • A minimum of 7 years of ministry leadership experience; ordained ministry leadership experience preferred.
  • Strong gifts in strategic thinking, administration, collaborative problem-solving, and teaching.
  • Experience in administrative leadership in an institution of higher learning.

Salary and Benefits: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Position Start Date: January 1–April 1, 2017.

Statement of Faith: As the denominational seminary of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), Covenant is committed to the doctrinal standards of the Westminster Confession of Faith within the Reformed tradition, though we also value partnerships with churches and ministries from other evangelical traditions for the sake of Christ’s Kingdom. Candidates must provide a written statement of Christian faith in keeping with the mission of the Seminary.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the Human Resources department at humanresources@covenantseminary.edu. Applications made by November 20, 2016, will receive fullest consideration.

Posted 10/13/16