Job Listings

Looking for an employment opportunity? Below are job listings that have been submitted to the School of Divinity.

The Practice of Ministry and Director of Community Engaged Learning: Berkeley, CA

Posted by Pacific School of Religion

The Faculty in the Practice of Ministry at Pacific School of Religion (PSR) functions as a non-tenure track faculty member and Director of Community Engaged Learning. With responsibilities for Field Education (FE), Contextual Learning, and Community Education, this position provides program development, administration, and curriculum development for a diverse student body at Pacific School of Religion. Guided by the faculty manual, the faculty person is expected to publish creative and recognized scholarship and to engage in the life of the school through advising, committee work, development and service in PSR programming, and community events, and public relations activities. Appointment is for three years and is renewable.

For full job description, see listing on their website here.

Application Process:
Candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

For further information about this position, please email Professor Bernard Schlager, Pacific School of Religion.

Ways To Apply


Director of Girls' Resident Life: Mouth of Wilson, AL

Posted by Oak Hill Academy

Oak Hill Academy is seeking a candidate to assume the position of Director of Girls’ Resident Life. This is a full-time position that requires excellent people skills, an abundance of energy, and problem-solving, administrative, and leadership abilities. The Director of Girl’s Resident Life is responsible for the girls’ dormitory and facilities, and supervises the duties of three Resident Life Manager staff who report directly to the Director of Girls’ Resident Life.

Given the required time for managing a 24/7 facility, candidates must possess the energy and enthusiasm this senior-level position requires. On-call responsibilities are inherent with the responsibilities of the position.

This position is particularly unique in that it represents a non-traditional ministry opportunity. Located in the beautiful mountains of southwestern Virginia, we are a non-therapeutic boarding school working with a very diverse group of adolescents. The Oak Hill Academy Mission Statement:

Oak Hill Academy is a coeducational, Baptist affiliated, boarding/day school committed to excellence in education and adolescent development in a non-military setting. The mission of Oak Hill Academy is to offer a safe, secure, nurturing environment for girls and boys needing a change in school, peer, community, or family relationships. Oak Hill provides a structured college-preparatory program to students in grades 8-12. Our curriculum challenges the brightest student and encourages those who are unmotivated, who are underachieving, or who are experiencing difficulties in their school setting. (

The Academy provides a cash salary, on-campus housing and meals (including for family), and benefits.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

For further information about this position, please email Aaron Butt, Director of Student Affairs.

Ways To Apply


Assistant Director of Development, Divinity: Winston Salem, NC

Posted by Wake Forest University

The Assistant Director of Development, Divinity, in collaboration with the Assistant Dean for Development, identifies, cultivates, and solicits gifts to the School of Divinity Wake Forest Fund (with special emphasis on Giving Society gifts) and other projects as assigned. Manages a portfolio of at least 120 prospects, working to strengthen relationships that result in increased philanthropic support for the School of Divinity from Divinity alumni, churches, and other prospects. Other key areas of responsibility include: alumni engagement and identifying and securing new members for the School’s volunteer boards.

For more information, visit the listing online.

Application Deadline: June 4, 2018

For further information about this position, please email Jennifer Abbinett, Director of Talent Development, University Advancement.

Ways To Apply

Online: Application Portal