Systematic Theology

Grove City College is accepting applications for a full-time faculty position in Systematic Theology in the Department of Biblical and Religious Studies beginning in the fall of 2023. Successful candidates should possess a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology (candidates with a degree in theological ethics or historical theology may be considered), with seminary training and/or ministry experience highly desired. We are seeking a scholar who affirms the infallibility and full authority of Scripture and who is passionate about teaching the Christian faith and mentoring students of all backgrounds.

Vice President of Church Relations

Montana Bible College seeks an executive level leader to serve alongside the President and other Vice Presidents. This is an internal/external role. Internally, it leads the Student Life Committee, guides student spiritual life and culture, and oversees the student oriented personnel. Externally, it engages in local/regional recruiting and church relations.

This is strictly an administrative position. Teaching role will be determined on the basis of credentials and experience.

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

Program Director and Faculty Member (Business Administration)

Position Summary
This full time position exists to support the mission of Prairie “to establish God’s kingdom by equipping and mentoring individuals through biblically integrated education for life and careers that will meet the greatest needs of the world”. This specific role is to provide excellent and relevant educational leadership and teaching to students who are seeking to develop a business skill and mind set to work, lead and minister in business, internationally or domestically.

Duties and Responsibilities

Professor of New Testament Studies

The Biblical and Theological Studies Department at Covenant College invites applications for a full-time regular faculty position in New Testament Studies beginning July 1, 2022. Covenant College is an academically rigorous Christian college emphasizing the liberal arts in the Reformed and Presbyterian tradition. Rank and compensation commensurate with experience.

Necessary qualifications include:

  • All applicants must subscribe to the system of doctrine in the Westminster Standards.


The Registrar maintains the academic records of all students as well as planning and implementing the registration process for all courses. This includes establishing and maintaining the schedule of course offerings, keeping records of all courses and curriculum requirements, coordinating times and locations for class meetings, planning orientation for new students, maintaining transcripts, determining students’ eligibility for graduation, and planning commencement activities.

Vice President of Finance

Montana Bible College seeks an executive level leader to serve alongside the President and other Vice Presidents; to direct and oversee the financial, physical, and human resources of the College; and to provide guidance to its institutional effectiveness efforts. (See Job Description and Organizational Chart on the website)