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Higher Ed Administrative Careers - Presidents/Chancellors
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Pacific Theological Seminary (PTS) began classes in January 2022 after it had been reestablished following the closure of Bethel Seminary San Diego. To date, the PTS Board has worked with the vision, knowledge, and experience of transitional CEOs to build and ready the seminary to launch. Currently, we are privileged to search for and find our first full-time president who will build upon the solid foundation others have laid. Readiness to help lead in student recruitment, advancement and accreditation is essential. For more information, please visit us at www.pacificseminary.org. For the full job description, see https://www.pacificseminary.org/jobs. To apply please send a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Nominations may be sent to this address as well.
Disciple of Jesus Christ.
Committed in making disciples of all nations locally and globally.
Ability to clearly articulate and demonstrate support for the Seminary’s mission and vision to a variety of audiences.
Seminary degree or equivalent biblical and theological training.
Doctorate in a field relevant to graduate theological education.
Agreement with the PTS Affirmation of Faith and Community Covenant of Life Together.
Demonstrated ability to promote innovation and lead change.
Demonstrated ability to work, lead, and teach in a culturally diverse environment, to build an ethnically diverse team, and to network with theologically diverse evangelical churches.
A commitment to supporting an environment that empowers women, both students and colleagues, as they follow their God-given call.
Demonstrated knowledge of critical issues and trends in the church, seminary education, and higher education in general.
Knowledge of various educational delivery systems
Clear, effective communication, including verbal, written, and listening skills.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to collaboratively work and lead.
Demonstrated organizational skills, including problem solving and attention to detail.
Demonstrated managerial skills in hiring, budget advocacy and management, personnel supervision, and ability to handle confidential information.