Job Opportunities

Untitled Document Applications are currently being accepted for the positions of:

Administrative Assistant and Special Projects Coordinator

This position plays a key role in supporting  the Networking & Recruitment Office by managing the office, welcoming visitors, maintaining a student applicant database, responding to phone and email inquiries, coordinating materials for Admissions Committee meetings, preparing letters and other communication to applicants, preparing statistical data for reporting, and performing other general administrative tasks to support the mission of the office and seminary.  

Education and Qualifications:  Associate degree or equivalent plus 2-4 years of experience in an administrative assistant position.  Necessary skills include: providing hospitality to guests and prospective students, general work oversight and planning; ability to manage multiple tasks under pressure of deadline; attention to detail; maintaining confidentiality; and high level of ability and comfort in dealing positively, patiently, and appropriately with the public.  Applicant must also be proficient at word processing, database and spreadsheet applications with ability to learn new software programs.
A resume, letter of interest, and three professional references should be sent electronically to sevans@cts.edu

Review of applications will begin immediately.  The position will remain open until filled.
Resident Manager-Hospitality House (CTS Student)

Duties include day to day oversight of the House, scheduling rooms for students, maintaining records for billing, coordinating repairs, laundry and cleaning needs with the Facilities staff and serving as liaison for guests. Must live on site at 1040 W. 42nd St. – Hospitality House. Free housing in lieu of monetary pay.
Questions may be directed to Dick Davis ddavis@cts.edu

Resume, letter of interest and three references sent to Sarah Evans sevans@cts.edu
Maintenance Assistant

Principal duties involve the general upkeep and cleaning maintenance of buildings and their contents including room setup, and minor maintenance.  In addition, participate in other craft work such as carpentry, electrical, heating, cooling, ventilation (HVAC), and plumbing.  Provide for the processing of mail and the maintenance of share office machines (non-information technology machines).

Questions may be directed to Dick Davis ddavis@cts.edu

Resume, letter of interest and three references sent to Sarah Evans sevans@cts.edu


CTS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and follows a practice of promoting equal employment opportunity. We do not discriminate on the basis of a person's race, religion, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, handicap,  disabled or Vietnam era veteran status, genetic or family medical history or any other protected class regarding considerations such as recruiting, hiring, training, on-the-job treatment, and promotion.