Employment

Administrative Assistant – William Smith Morton Library and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness

The William Smith Morton Library and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness are seeking candidates to fill the position of Administrative Assistant.  Interested applicants should forward resume and cover letter to Fran Eagan at fran.eagan@upsem.edu.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please see the attached position description for complete information.

Administrative Assistant-Library & Institutional Effectiveness


 

Practical Theology Faculty Position

Union Presbyterian Seminary invites applications and nominations for a faculty position in Practical Theology.  The person appointed to this position will be based in Charlotte and will teach courses on both the Charlotte and Richmond campuses, as well as across all degree programs and platforms, and through in-person, hybrid, and distance formats.  Please see the job description below for complete details.

Practical Theology Faculty Position–Union Presbyterian Seminary–2022


Assistant Professor of Theology and Ethics

Union Presbyterian Seminary invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant Professor of Theology and Ethics (tenure-track), to serve primarily on our Charlotte, North Carolina campus. Please see the job description below for complete details.

Theology and Ethics Faculty Position–Union Presbyterian Seminary–2022


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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.