Faculty Position in Old Testament

Gordon-Conwell is a multi-denominational evangelical Protestant seminary, unique with its broad array of over 1,400 students and 25 faculty from 50 countries and 75 denominations. Our four campuses presently include a residential and commuter campus in Hamilton, MA; an urban campus offering classes in multiple languages in Boston, MA; networked digital educational models housed in Charlotte, NC, and Jacksonville, FL, in addition to online and cohort models involving students from around the world.

Professor of Old Testament

The professor will be based at the Ontario, CA campus of the Seminary, teach Old Testament and related courses at both the master’s and doctoral levels, supervise students, represent and promote the discipline and the Seminary among the Seminary’s various constituencies, and participate in general faculty responsibilities.

Assistant Professor of Missions and Old Testament

The Huntington University Institute of Christian Thought and Practice seeks candidates for a
full-time tenure track faculty position specializing in both Missions and Old Testament.

The candidate will teach eight undergraduate classes per academic year. This will typically
include four courses in missions and ministry and four in Old Testament. These may include
such courses as History and Theology of Missions, Topics in Missions, Ministry Leadership, or
The Personal Life of the Minister. In addition to introductory and advanced courses in Old

Assistant Professor of Missions and Ministries

The School of Missions and Ministries at Louisiana Christian University welcomes applications for an Assistant Professor in Missions and Ministries and the Coordinator of Christ, Church, and Culture events. This is a full-time, tenure-track position.

Professor–Old Testament

Providence Theological Seminary invites applications for a full-time faculty position (Assistant
or Associate rank; tenure track) in Old Testament to begin July 1, 2023.

Applicants for this position should be committed to serving the Church. They should
resonate deeply with Providence’s mission and must also be able to subscribe to the

Assistant/Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies

Job Description
The School of Biblical and Theological Studies (SBTS) at Cedarville University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track eligible Assistant or Associate Professor position in Biblical and Theological studies. Applicants must have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Applicants should also have a commitment to ongoing research and writing.

Assistant/Associate Professor of Biblical Studies (Old Testament)

This is a nine-month, tenure-track position that requires teaching four courses per semester. Classes and other responsibilities are conducted primarily weekdays but may include some evening classes and independent studies. Attendance may also be required at some evening and weekend events.

Teaching Specialties Areas

Chair, Graduate Program in Theology Department

Job Description
In general
· Faculty recruitment, development, evaluation, status
· Curriculum development, evaluation, and management
· Student recruitment (advisory to admissions), advisement, and retention
· Write Academic policy

In detail
· Attend all required meetings and official ceremonies that arise, including but not limited to the Regular Faculty meeting, New Student Orientation, Commencement, etc.

Full-time Old Testament (Tenure-track/rank open)

Job Summary

Tenure-track position in Old Testament at Bethel Seminary St. Paul. Academic rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.


Teach a full-time load (seven 3-semester hour courses or equivalent per academic year).
Teaching assignments include Old Testament content, hermeneutics, exegesis, and Hebrew language, in both in person and online delivery systems. Other faculty assignments include faculty meetings, mentoring of students, and committee work.