Director of Communications
Union Presbyterian Seminary is seeking candidates to fill the position of Director of Communications. The Director of Communications provides administrative direction and oversight for the Office of Communications. The Director serves as an editor of Sharon & Brook and is the principal writer of news releases—both print and digital—that promote and support Union Presbyterian Seminary programs and services on both the Richmond and Charlotte campuses. Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to the Vice President for Advancement, Richard Wong (email@example.com). This position will remain open until filled. Please see the attached job description for more information.
Help Desk Technician – Richmond
The Help Desk Technician-Richmond Campus reports to the Director of Technology Services and is responsible for assisting in maintaining the satisfactory performance of all the seminary’s technology functions. The position is based on the Richmond campus, but works as part of a team with IT Director and the Help Desk Technician-Charlotte Campus to support the Seminary’s technology: hardware, software, Internet and network access at on-campus and remotes sites, wireless network access on the Richmond campus as well as individual hardware and software utilized by faculty, administration, and support staff. In addition, the Technician will assist in supporting classroom technology and facilities and audio and video needs associated with community-wide events and meetings and conferences hosted at the Seminary. The Technician will also provide support for the campus database software programs and the telephone systems including voice, data and security-related telephone lines. Interested candidates should send resume to John Wilson, Director of Technology Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. See the link for the complete job description and qualifications.
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Union Presbyterian Seminary is a graduate educational institution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and an EO/AA employer committed to increasing the gender, racial-ethnic, and international and cultural diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body. Since its formation in 1812, it has sustained the intention of its founders to provide education for Christian ministry that is scholarly, pastoral, and engaged with contemporary life.