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About Calvin Seminary

As a learning community in the Reformed Christian tradition that forms church leaders who cultivate communities of disciples of Jesus Christ, Calvin Theological Seminary serves the Christian Reformed Church in North America and wider constituencies by preparing individuals for biblically faithful and contextually effective ministry of the Word and by offering Reformed theological scholarship and counsel.

Since 1876, Calvin Theological Seminary has faithfully prepared leaders who nurture disciples and serve the church. Today, graduates of Calvin Seminary can expect to be ready for effective ministry in a rapidly-changing, multicultural world. Our vision presents what we aim to do at Calvin Seminary, and how we plan to accomplish our goals through the power of the Holy Spirit.

Open Positions

Faculty Positions

Director of Latino Ministries
The Director of Latino Ministries is a regularly-appointed member of the staff who will have faculty status as well. This position is open to any field or discipline within theological education. The allocation of responsibility between administration and teaching will be based on the experience level, qualification, and competencies of the candidate. The emphasis in the position is on developing, cultivating, and managing the Latino Ministries Certificate and MA programs at Calvin Theological Seminary, along with teaching various courses in Spanish or English.
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Professor of New Testament
The faculty position in New Testament is a regularly-appointed, tenure-track faculty member holding the rank of assistant, associate, or full professor. The position involves the full range of faculty, departmental, and committee privileges and responsibilities at Calvin Theological Seminary. The emphasis in the position is on training students, preparing future scholars, and serving the church in the areas of biblical Greek, interpretation of the New Testament, and New Testament theology informed by a Reformed accent. The person filling this position is expected to begin her/his or her responsibilities on July 1, 2023.
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Staff Positions

Systems Integration Administrator
Calvin Theological Seminary has an open position for a Systems Integration Administrator in our Information Technology (IT) department, a full time exempt position reporting to the IT Manager. We are seeking a self-motivated and innovative person who will coordinate and oversee all the technical integration and development of Seminary systems. The Systems Integration Administrator will work closely with the IT team to maintain the effectiveness and efficiency of existing systems, to ensure that various systems integrate effectively, and provide strategic direction in leveraging and improving them. This is an on-site position with flexibility for some remote work. A complete job description with preferred skills and experiences can be found at the link below. To apply for this position, please send your cover letter and resume to Seminary Human Resources at semhr@calvinseminary.edu. The position will remain open until filled.
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Calvin Theological Seminary does not discriminate in the employment of individuals on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender or age.