Applications for Employment

Wartburg Seminary looks forward to receiving your letters of interest and resumes for current open positions. Electronic submissions are requested. Please send cover letter, resume and three references to hr@wartburgseminary.edu or Mr. Andrew Willenborg, Vice President for Finance and Operations, Wartburg Theological Seminary, 333 Wartburg Pl, Dubuque, IA 52003.

If you are a Wartburg Seminary student and interested in On Campus Temporary Part-time Student Employment, please email: awillenborg@wartburgseminary.edu

Current Job Openings

Project Assistant
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The Project Assistant supports the mission of Wartburg Theological Seminary by assisting with seminary events and special projects through the President’s Office.

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Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology
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Wartburg Theological Seminary is seeking an Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology. This position requires commitment to and skill in teaching the Christian faith with Scripture, the Creeds, and the Lutheran Confessions as foundational, while drawing on insights from other disciplines (for example, Bible, history, philosophy, natural science, or social science). Candidates should be qualified to teach required courses in theology. In the exercise of teaching this professor is expected to present with competence Lutheran Confessional commitments, including the Loehe tradition, with global expressions of the Christian faith. A secondary teaching competency in teaching Lutheran Confessions, Mission, or Christian Ethics in a Lutheran framework that will complement the current composition of the WTS faculty will strengthen the application. A Ph.D. or Th.D. in the discipline of systematic theology, or nearing completion of such, is required.

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Assistant Professor of Liturgics
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Wartburg Theological Seminary—a vibrant, innovative, and growing seminary—is seeking an Assistant Professor of Liturgics to teach as a member of a highly collaborative theological faculty. This position requires commitment to and skill in teaching the history, theology, and practice of Christian worship. Candidates should be qualified to teach required courses in worship. This professor should link historical Lutheran liturgical commitments, including the Loehe tradition, with contemporary expressions of Lutheran worship, North American and global. A secondary teaching competency in homiletics or in another discipline that will complement the current composition of the WTS faculty will strengthen the application. A Ph.D. or Th.D. in a relevant scholarly discipline, or nearing completion of such, is preferred.

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Assistant Professor of Latinx Theology and Ministry

El Seminario Teológico de Wartburg es un Seminario de la Iglesia Evangélica Luterana en América, que está en busca de un nuevo colega de la facultad para servir como Profesor Asistente de Teología y Ministerio Latinx, a partir en el verano del 2020. El comité de búsqueda comenzará a revisar las solicitudes después del 28 de febrero del 2020 y continuará hasta que finalice todo el proceso. Por favor, solicite los materiales que se requieren para esta de solicitud de empleo en el Seminario Teológico de Wartburg, y contacte al director de recursos humanos en HR@wartburgseminary.edu.

Wartburg Theological Seminary, a seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, is searching for a new faculty colleague to serve as Assistant Professor of Latinx Theology and Ministry to begin Spring 2020. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications after 28 November 2019 and continue until the search process is completed. Please submit application materials (cover letter, resume, and three references) to the Director of Human Resources at HR@wartburgseminary.edu.

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