Luther Seminary is seeking experienced wait staff to serve in an on-call capacity to cater functions on and off Luther campus.
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Luther Seminary supports your success at work and in life with a competitive compensation and benefits package. Luther Seminary is committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, staff and students. Come be a part of our engaging and innovative community! Learn all about Luther Seminary at www.luthersem.edu. ; To apply, please forward your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. ; Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
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Luther Seminary is seeking a Director of Contextual Learning to fulfill its commitment to preparing leaders for the apostolic mission of the Church in the 21st century. Candidates should be committed to the missionary character of the Christian faith and to educating evangelical public leaders to minister within a variety of contexts, congregations, and theological traditions.
The director will provide theological leadership in assisting students, faculty, and support staff in effective development and integration of contextual learning throughout the curriculum.
The person selected for this position should possess theologically-informed pastoral imagination and wisdom; she/he should possess a theological perspective for contextual learning, a passion for preparing Christian public leaders who thrive in ministry, and a commitment to innovation in the design and integration of contextual learning within the curriculum.
An effective director will possess administrative gifts, knowledge of the Church both locally and globally, experience as a contextual theologian, and significant imagination regarding the integral place of contextual learning within theological education. It is essential that the director have the ability to develop strong collegial relationships with students, faculty, support staff, congregations, and congregational and judicatory leaders across various ethnic and cultural constituencies.
Leadership experience in congregational contexts is essential. Preference will be given to those candidates who bring demonstrated theological perspectives on contextual theological learning combined with significant cross-cultural skill and experience. The Director of Contextual Learning will have the ability to work effectively with leaders in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and multiple ecclesiastic traditions.
The director of this vibrant contextual learning program will be a creative and generative leader who implements current programs as well as leads in the assessment and potential redesign of those programs. The director will:
The Director of Contextual Learning is an administrator with faculty status. An M.Div or M.A. in a theological discipline is required. A Ph.D., D. Min., or Ed.D. is desirable. As an administrator, the Director serves at the will of the President and reports to the Academic Dean.
Compensation is dependent on qualifications and experience. Review of applications will begin October 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled. To apply, candidates should submit to email@example.com
Luther Seminary is seeking a flexible, cordial individual for the position of Administrative Assistant in the Office of Seminary Relations. This position supports the department by being the first point of contact for visitors; by answering and directing incoming department telephone calls; and provides clerical, computer and other necessary support for the Seminary Relations department. The position provides primary support for the Philanthropic Advisor team, Sustaining Fund team, and the Philanthropic Associate. Under general supervision of the Director Development, this position has internal working relationships with all Seminary Relations staff and student workers, as well as external relationships with donors, volunteers, constituency, and the general public.
Administrative Assistant key responsibilities:
The ideal candidate will have:
Luther Seminary supports your success at work and in life with a competitive compensation and benefits package. Luther Seminary is committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, staff and students. Come be a part of our engaging and innovative community! Learn all about Luther Seminary at www.luthersem.edu. To apply, please forward your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.