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President

GARRETT-EVANGELICAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
PRESIDENT

The Board of Trustees and the presidential search committee at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary invite nominations and applications for the presidency.  Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.  Application materials received by March 31, 2020 will be assured of full consideration. 

Founded in 1853, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary serves the church, the academy, and the world by preparing emergent religious leaders, scholars, and public theologians. The Seminary equips its students to proclaim the good news of the Gospel; to foster deep spirituality in the lives of others; to serve with critical sensibilities for intercultural and global engagement and commitment to racial equity; and to lead transformative change for the wellbeing and flourishing of all persons and creation.

Located on the campus of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, Garrett-Evangelical offers rigorous, intellectually challenging academics paired with a commitment to intentional spiritual formation that trains the mind, body, and spirit. Through a diverse curriculum, students are stretched theologically and exposed to new models of ministry that equips them for ministry in the 21st century.

The Seminary represents a union of three institutions: Garrett Biblical Institute, the first Methodist seminary in the Midwest, founded in 1853; The Chicago Training School, dedicated to women in ministry and service agencies throughout Chicago, founded in 1885; and Evangelical Theological Seminary, a seminary of the Evangelical Church, established in 1873 in Naperville, Illinois.

The next president of Garrett will provide spiritual, theological/academic, and organizational leadership to Garrett students, faculty, and staff. Working collaboratively with the Board of Trustees and the Seminary’s Leadership Team, the President will serve as a primary figure in not only shaping the vision and mission for the Seminary, but also ensuring the effective implementation of its mission and vision.

Building on the outstanding work of Dr. Lallene Rector, the President will continue to position the Seminary as a preeminent leader within the Association of Theological Schools. As the landscape of theological education continues to shift, the Seminary seeks a President who will cultivate a culture of creativity, ingenuity, and innovation.

Interested candidates or nominators may contact Ms. Anne Driscoll, Co-Chair of the Presidential Search Committee, at adriscoll@mccarthybertschy.com.  Applications, sent electronically, should consist of a cover letter, resume or curriculum vitae, and a list of six professional references.

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages the candidacies of women and persons of color.

Development Officer

After the recent success of our $100 million campaign, we are looking for two Development Officers and one Assistant Director of Annual Giving and Alum Relations to join our dynamic development team. Our new campaign, Looking Ahead with Joy, will build on the success of our last campaign by increasing the endowment, student scholarships, the annual fund, faculty support, and support for academic programs. Following is the job description for the two open Development Officer positions.

Job Title: Development Officer    
Department: Development
Supervisor: VP for Development
FLSA Status: Exempt
Position Type: Full-Time
Work week hours: 35 hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) Availability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Travel: 50% <
Domestic travel including the greater Chicago area and assigned regions outside the local area. Overnight travel required.
EEO Classification: Professional
IPEDS Classification: Business and Financial Operations Occupations
Supervises: N/A

Position Summary:

The Development Officer cultivates relationships with donors and prospects capable of making leadership ($1,000+) annual gifts and multi-year campaign pledges of $10,000+. Primary responsibilities include creating and implementing cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies for assigned prospects; planning and executing campaign cultivation and prospect identification events in assigned territories; managing volunteers; participating in seminary events such as class reunions and commencement; and, participating in development team prospect management and staff meetings.

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 3 year’s work experience in development/non-profit or related fields

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Master’s degree and/or theological education
  • Direct experience cultivating and soliciting gifts

Essential functions and responsibilities:

  • Serve as a development officer for the seminary, traveling extensively to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major donors.
  • Manage a personal portfolio of 125+ major gift prospects
  • Make minimum 150 face-to-face visits with major donor prospects each year.
  • Achieve yearly solicitation and gift commitment goals (goals to be determined in consultation with the Vice-President for Development and through the department’s annual planning process).
  • Identify 20 new major gift prospects each year.
  • Provide stewardship for major donors in assigned portfolio.
  • Coordinate donor identification, cultivation, and stewardship events throughout the year.
  • Work collaboratively with the vice president for development, other members of the development staff, and the seminary community to bring fund raising success to the seminary.
  • Complete donor visit reports in a timely manner
  • Complete travel expense reports in a timely manner
  • Execute other duties as assigned by the Vice-President

Success factors/job competencies:

  • Passion and belief in Garrett-Evangelical’s mission
  • Self-starter who is motivated by setting and achieving defined goals.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills.
  • A sense of humor
  • Comfort with ambiguity
  • Ability to participate in all aspects of the gift cycle: 1) initiate contacts with potential major donors, 2) develop appropriate cultivation strategies for them, 3) move potential donors in an appropriate and timely fashion toward solicitation and closure, 4) make solicitations when appropriate; and 5) maintain stewardship contacts with donors.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and equivalent software, especially Word and Excel
  • Previous experience with CRM/databases
  • Ability to communicate effectively internally and externally by email and texting
  • Comfort with communicating through social media channels
  • Willingness to travel extensively and work some evenings and weekends.

Physical demands and work environment:

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Physical demands:  While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to stand, walk, sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, reach with hands and arms, climb stairs, bend, crawl, safely climb a step ladder up to 10 feet, and lift/move up to 50 pounds.  Must be able to have repetitive wrist hand and/or finger movement to type and work on computer. Must have finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination to work on computer, telephone, and related office equipment. The individual will regularly be required to communicate professionally in person, over the phone, and through email; and to sit, type, and stare at a computer monitor for prolonged periods. 
  • Work environment:  Employee occasionally may be exposed to weather conditions prevalent at the time but work is primarily performed indoors.  The noise level in the work environment is usually minimal. Occasional evening/weekend work.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary does not discriminate, or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, parental status, marital status, age, disability, citizenship, veteran status, genetic information, or any other classification prohibited by law in admissions, recruitment, financial aid, employment, housing, services, or in its educational programs or activities.

Please send resume and cover letter to Erin Moore at careers@garrett.edu.

Assistant Director of Annual Giving and Alum Relations

After the recent success of our $100 million campaign, we are looking for two Development Officers and one Assistant Director of Annual Giving and Alum Relations to join our dynamic development team. Our new campaign, Looking Ahead with Joy, will build on the success of our last campaign by increasing the endowment, student scholarships, the annual fund, faculty support, and support for academic programs.  Following is the job description for the Assistant Director of Annual Giving and Alum Relations position.

Job Title: Assistant Director of Annual Giving and Alum Relations 
Department: Development
Supervisor: Director of Annual Giving and Alum Relations
FLSA Status: Exempt
Position Type: Full-Time
Work week hours: 35 hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) Availability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Travel: Less than 10% Domestic travel including but not limited to the greater Chicagoland area. May include occasional overnight travel.
EEO Classification: Professional
IPEDS Classification: Business and Financial Operations Occupation
Supervises: Student Associates, as needed

Position Summary: 

The Assistant Director of Annual Giving and Alum Relations implements strategies for increasing annual philanthropic support and alum engagement with Garrett-Evangelical. Primary responsibilities include managing mass solicitations via mail, phone, email, and social media; engaging the campus community in philanthropy; assisting with alum relations activities and events; advising the Director of Annual Giving and Alum Relations on giving and engagement strategies; and, participating in departmental and organizational staff meetings.     

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Master’s degree and/or theological education
  • 3+ years of experience in development/non-profit or related fields

Essential functions and responsibilities:

  • Phone solicitation—implement monthly calls and follow up communications to lapsed donors, assigning calls to student associates as needed
  • Digital solicitation—implement digital giving campaigns for annual giving day, calendar year end, fiscal year end, and other occasions as they arise
  • Direct mail—implement yearly calendar of six direct mail appeals, working with development team to meet deadlines, manage vendors, and handle returned mail
  • Class stewards—assist with recruitment, communications, and support for class representative program
  • Student philanthropy—oversee planning and solicitation related to annual class gift, work to increase awareness of the Annual Fund among student body
  • Faculty and staff giving—assist with faculty and staff giving campaign, work to increase awareness of the Annual Fund among seminary employees
  • Donor stewardship—collaborate with Director of Stewardship to implement year-round strategies for thanking Annual Fund donors
  • Alum communications—check Alum Relations email inbox daily and respond accordingly, assigning tasks to student associates as needed
  • Alum reunions—Assist with communications and logistics related to milestone reunions on campus
  • Alum events—Assist with communications and logistics related for at least two alum gatherings per year
  • Other duties as assigned.

Success factors/job competencies:

  • Passion for and belief in Garrett-Evangelical’s mission
  • Strong project management and communication skills
  • Sense of humor
  • Comfortable with ambiguity
  • Achieve yearly solicitation and gift commitment goals, to be determined in consultation with the Director of Annual Giving and Alum Relations and through the department’s annual planning process
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and social media platforms
  • Previous experience with customer relationship management (CRM) databases

Physical demands and work environment:

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Physical demands:  While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to stand, walk, sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, reach with hands and arms, climb stairs, bend, crawl, safely climb a step ladder up to 10 feet, and lift/move up to 50 pounds.  Must be able to have repetitive wrist hand and/or finger movement to type and work on computer. Must have finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination to work on computer, telephone, and related office equipment. The individual will regularly be required to communicate professionally in person, over the phone, and through email; and to sit, type, and stare at a computer monitor for prolonged periods. 
  • Work environment:  Employee occasionally may be exposed to weather conditions prevalent at the time but work is primarily performed indoors.  The noise level in the work environment is usually minimal. Occasional evening/weekend work.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary does not discriminate, or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, parental status, marital status, age, disability, citizenship, veteran status, genetic information, or any other classification prohibited by law in admissions, recruitment, financial aid, employment, housing, services, or in its educational programs or activities.

Please send resume and cover letter to Erin Moore at careers@garrett.edu.

Professor of Worship and Preaching

Position: Professor of Worship and Preaching
Open rank, full-time, tenured or tenure-track appointment, beginning July 1, 2020

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary seeks applications for a position in liturgical studies to begin July 1, 2020. The desired candidate will teach courses at the MA, MDiv, DMin and PhD levels; direct MTS and DMin theses/projects and PhD dissertations; serve as a member of faculty committees; participate in the worship life and other public activities of the seminary; and will be required to make a constructive contribution to the institutional and communal life of the seminary. Qualified applicants should hold an earned PhD or equivalent, have experience in teaching worship and preaching at the seminary/graduate level, preferably in a diverse cultural environment, and demonstrated ability to guide student inquiry and research. Applicants should have a record of research and peer-reviewed publication, and regularly participate in and contribute to the work of appropriate professional organizations. Knowledge of and experience with worship in varied cultural and religious backgrounds are also essential for this position. The desired candidate will bring a commitment to the mission and ministry of the Church and concurrence with the seminary’s articulation of its identity and vision. Denominational affiliation is open (although Protestantism is anticipated and preference will be given to non-United Methodists) and ordination to Word and Sacrament preferred. Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application Process:

Garrett-Evangelical is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Please send a cover letter and curriculum vitae (all documents in English, as .docx or .pdf files), electronically to the Office of Academic Affairs at faculty.search@garrett.edu. Materials may also be mailed to: Office of Academic Affairs, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, 2121 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60201. The application deadline is November 30, 2019.

Founded in 1853, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary (www.garrett.edu) is a graduate school of theology related to the United Methodist Church. Located on the campus of Northwestern University, the seminary serves more than 400 students from many denominations and cultural backgrounds, fostering an atmosphere of ecumenical interaction. Garrett-Evangelical creates bold leaders through master of divinity, master of arts, master of theological studies, doctor of philosophy and doctor of ministry degrees. Its 4,500 alumni serve churches and society around the world.

Faculty Position in Community-Based Education

Faculty Position in Community-Based Education
Rank and title commensurate with degrees and experience. Begins July 1, 2020.

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary seeks to make an appointment to an open rank faculty position in Community-Based Education. The person in this position will serve as a faculty member in an area of practical theology, directing and advancing community-based education on all levels in the seminary. The ethos of the position is to connect the needs and strengths of students, the seminary, and the community to each other for the greatest advantage.

A central part of this position is directing the seminary internship program, currently referred to as Field Education. The Field Education program is a core curricular component of the MDiv and other Masters degrees. This position oversees all aspects of the Field Education program, as well as leading the seminary to develop robust curricular and pedagogic models to support the supervision and evaluation of students while they are engaged in community-based education. This work is essential to the formation of students for ministry and community leadership as well as to the integrative nature of various degree programs.

Qualifications required:

  • Doctoral level degree in a practical theology. 
  • Teaching and research in disciplines that inform theories and practices of theological supervision, church leadership, church polity, contextual analysis, contextual ministerial engagement, and/or community-based learning.
  • Professional experience in broad church leadership, community organizing, public ministry, and/or religious leadership in the public arena.
  • Familiarity with varied models of contextual, immersive, experiential, field-based, and competency-based theological education.
  • Knowledge of the structures and ministries of church bodies (local, general, and ecumenical) and inter-faith experience.
  • Demonstrated excellence in verbal, written, intercultural and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Demonstrated excellence in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with a wide variety of constituencies in a diverse community.
  • Experience working with persons from diverse social locations and perspectives in relation to matters of culture, class, race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and theology.

Qualifications preferred:

  • Ordination in the United Methodist Church or other Methodist denomination.

Success factors/job competencies:

  • Dedicated to the formation of theological students, guiding them to maturity in their Christian faith and life, their sense of vocation, and their ability to participate in a community as a Christian.
  • Committed to integrative theological education, especially helping students integrate what they learn in their coursework with their practice of ministry and to develop a structure for continued learning after graduation.
  • Strategic in connecting the faculty to community-based education, including by advising the faculty on how they can engage with the Field Education program and by modifying the Field Education program to serve the curricula of the different degree programs.
  • Adaptable in leading the Field Education program so that it can best provide excellent community-based education while operating within established curricular policies and procedures.
  • Outgoing and excellent at cultivating, building, and retaining relationships on multiple levels internally and externally to the seminary including with students, faculty, staff, administration, and with community leaders both inside and outside of the church.
  • Proven leadership that involves articulating and staying on mission, relating well to those in authority, and being comfortable using authority.
  • Strong project management skills, with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks concurrently, including setting budgets, handling correspondence from a wide variety of people, managing direct reports, and attending to a variety of curricular concerns.
  • Knowledge of local congregations and nonprofits in the greater Chicago area.
  • Ability to provide a hospitable environment for all students and other constituents.
  • Ability to keep confidential information about students and other constituents.

Essential functions and responsibilities:

  • Teaches a course load of 4 to 6 credit hours per academic year as assigned by the Academic Dean.
  • Serves on faculty committees where assigned.
  • Serves as the liaison between the Field Education program and the faculty and administration of the seminary.
    • Keeps the faculty and administration informed about Field Education and new trends in community-based education.
  • Leads all aspects of the Field Education program
    • Supervises the Associate Director of Field Education.
    • Interviews students and discerns with them appropriate field placements (teaching sites) in a variety of contexts.
    • Works with and supervises the training of Field Education Site Supervisors and Site Committees.
    • Supervises the selection, training, and assessing of Field Education Peer Group Facilitators.
    • Serves as a Peer Group Facilitator for Field Education.
    • Evaluates the work and learning of interns, site supervisors, site committees, and Peer Group Facilitators.
    • Attends to, intervenes, and works to resolve difficult or crisis situations in the Field Education Program.
    • Participates in regular and special meetings and orientations that support all aspects of Field Education.
    • Visits potential and existing community sites to assure the quality of community-based education available there.
    • Periodically assesses, revises, and adapts aspects of the Field Education Program and implements changes.
    • Advocates for students throughout the internship process.
    • Prepares an annual budget proposal for the Field Education Program.
    • Develops and writes grant proposals for improvement and innovation in the Field Education Program.
    • Participates in the regular institutional and educational assessment of the Field Education program in light of the Association of Theological Schools criteria.
    • Represents Garrett-Evangelical at the Association of Theological Field Educators and the Association of United Methodist Theological Field Educators.
  • Serves as the Clinical Pastor Education Coordinator for the seminary.
  • Collaborates with other Garrett departments as appropriate to support students and programs (e.g. Academic Affairs, Student Matters, Student Life, Financial Aid, Development).

Application Process:

Garrett-Evangelical is an Affirmation Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. The seminary welcomes all qualified candidates to apply. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, cv, and two letters of recommendation (one that speaks to the applicant’s academic ability and one that speaks to the applicant’s ability as a leader in ministry) to faculty.search@garrett.edu (Attn: Ms. Liz Lwanga). Materials may also be mailed to: Office of Academic Affairs, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, 2121 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60201. Review of applications will begin on November 30, 2019 and continue until the position is filled.

Founded in 1853, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary (www.garrett.edu) is a graduate school of theology related to the United Methodist Church. Located on the campus of Northwestern University, the seminary serves more than 400 students from many denominations and cultural backgrounds, fostering an atmosphere of ecumenical interaction. Garrett-Evangelical creates bold leaders through master of divinity, master of arts, master of theological studies, doctor of philosophy and doctor of ministry degrees. Its 4,500 alumni serve churches and society around the world.

Instructional Technologist

ABOUT US

Located on the campus of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary offers rigorous, intellectually challenging academics paired with a commitment to intentional spiritual formation that trains the mind, body, and spirit. Through a diverse curriculum, students are stretched theologically and exposed to new models of ministry that equips them for ministry in the 21st century.

Founded in 1853, Garrett serves the church, the academy, and the world by preparing public theologians and scholars. We equip our students to proclaim the good news of the Gospel, to foster deep spirituality in the lives of others, to serve with cultural competence and commitment to racial equity, and to lead transformative change for the wellbeing of all persons and creation.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Instructional Technologist reports to the Director of Technology and supports faculty, staff, and graduate students in the effective use of instructional technology. Through workshops, seminars, and custom training sessions, the Instructional Technologist delivers hands-on instruction on technical capabilities as well as best practices when using instructional technology in courses. They assist faculty in building and maintaining online, hybrid, and web-enhanced courses and train educators on using tools embedded in the Learning Management System (LMS), as well as multimedia production and collaboration tools, and implement course designs, revisions, and assist with course setup. They advise and run projects related to audio/visual and other technology needs on campus. The Instructional Technologist will also explore new technologies relevant to the online classroom and keep up with pedagogy to lead professors in creating engaging course materials.

The Instructional Technologist should have strong familiarity with and experience with a LMS such as Moodle, Canvas, or other modern LMS. Self-direction, attention to detail, and organizational skills are important to this position. The Instructional Technologist will track, prioritize, and follow up on multiple projects to ensure they are completed accurately, and that issues are resolved quickly. The Instructional Technologist should also have excellent communication skills, enthusiasm for helping others resolve issues, and a desire to work in a fast-paced team environment.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

  • Bachelors' degree required.
  • 4 - 10 years of prior experience in instructional technology.
  • Prior theological higher education experience is important with a proven record and ability to support and communicate with faculty, staff, and students about educational technology.
  • Faculty and staff relationship building skills, consensus-building skills, and ability to establish effective working relationships in a diverse environment.
  • Ability to perform duties with accuracy, and confidentiality.
  • Proficient with web conferencing tools (e.g. Zoom, Skype, BlueJeans).
  • Proficient with G Suite for Education.
  • Proficient with the Microsoft stack including Teams.
  • Proficient with learning management systems (e.g. Moodle, Canvas).
  • Proficient in social media and how to effectively integrate it into course pedagogy.
  • Proficient in editing video.
  • Knowledgeable of effective practices for blended and online learning.
  • Must have a sound understanding of instructional design best practices, learning management systems, content authoring, learning object creation, and integrating technology requirements into syllabi.
  • Demonstrated understanding and experience with classroom workflows and technologies.
  • Strong technical understanding of enterprise-level systems that support teaching and learning (curriculum management, evaluation, assessment, etc.)
  • Proven record of the ability to communicate with and influence key stakeholders in the educational arena including; deans, degree directors, course instructors, academic directors, and other educational professionals across the institutional setting.
  • Self-managed, proactive work style.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple issues simultaneously.
  • Availability to work evenings and weekends as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS PREFERRED

  • Master’s degree in Education or Instructional Design and Technology.
  • Experience with the Jenzabar J1/EX Student Information System.
  • Experience teaching courses in a university setting.
  • Experience with Final Cut Pro, Skype, Zoom, Google Hangouts, GoTo Meetings, and Moodle.
  • Experience with Crestron control systems or other AV control systems.
  • Fluency in Spanish.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Partner with faculty, staff, and students to set school strategies for creating distinctive and innovative educational experiences using technology both inside and outside the classroom.
  • Maintain active connections with peer and industry partners to stay apprised of new and emerging academic technologies in a way that directly informs innovation and investments in education. Build relationships with curricular leadership and teaching faculty to support and further develop an institutional vision for educational technologies.
  • Provide leadership for, and be responsible for, implementing technology that helps develop innovative course content and new teaching and learning experiences.
  • Provide leadership for the deployment of tools, solutions, and platforms needed for these distinctive educational experiences.
  • Collaborate with departments on existing and/or needed investments to technology and related staffing to develop a comprehensive school-wide model for technology base-line and staffing.
  • Promote and support teaching and learning innovations at Garrett; actively serve as an advisor to faculty, students, and staff on best practices for integrating technology into teaching and learning and propose solutions for the same.
  • Provide one-to-one user support for instructional technologies (e.g., consultations, help tickets, etc).
  • Help create and maintain communication channels for campus-wide discussions of learning technologies.
  • General awareness of business issues as they impact overall project plans.
  • Other duties as assigned.

SUCCESS FACTORS AND JOB COMPETENCIES

  • Results-oriented and has ability to link decisions to academic and administrative goals.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with and collaborate with diverse populations across the institution’s faculty, administrators and students.
  • Advanced level of computer hardware and software technical capacity.
  • Hands-on, inspirational leader.
  • Exceptional ability to hold and maintain professional confidence with student data and understanding of FERPA as it relates to electronic data and multimedia.
  • Radical hospitality orientation, servant leadership, and collaboration mindset.
  • Problem analysis and problem resolution at both strategic and functional levels.
  • Highest possible integrity and professionalism, with the capability of developing and maintaining credibility throughout the organization and externally.
  • Enthusiasm for the strategy, culture, institutional mission, curricular objectives, and people of Garrett-Evangelical.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to work independently

APPLICATION INFORMATION

To apply for this position, please send your resume to Mrs. Erin Moore, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources and Employee Engagement, at careers@garrett.edu.

In order to ensure equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at Garrett-Evangelical are based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Garrett-Evangelical does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, pregnancy status, military discharge or veteran status, source of income, housing status, or any other class protected by law.

In keeping with our commitment to have a diverse and inclusive environment at Garrett-Evangelical and The United Methodist Church’s charge that its institutions embrace affirmative action, we are dedicated to affirmative action planning in areas of retention and recruitment. For each employment and promotion opportunity, the Seminary seeks women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities to try to maintain a community that is based on equal opportunity and reflects the diversity of American society.

This policy governs all aspects of employment, including selection, job assignments, compensation, discipline, termination, and access to benefits and training.

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