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The Director of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving is responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive engagement program for alumni relations and annual giving in support of Christian Theological Seminary’s (CTS) mission. The Director will support activities focused on enhancing alumni loyalty and pride among the CTS alumni community through alumni volunteer management, special events, outreach, annual giving, and programs designed to increase participation and build financial support. The Director of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving reports to the Vice President for Advancement. [more]
Program Coordinator for the administration of the PhD program to support the work of the PhD program in the areas of logistics, documentation, hospitality and culture of generosity, and administrative needs to insure effective follow-through on all departmental activities. Reports to: Director PhD Program of African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric. [more]
The Director of United Methodist Studies at CTS oversees the education and preparation of students affiliated with The United Methodist Church and works with the Dean and faculty of the seminary to develop programs, experiences, and resources that accord with the document: “A Wesleyan Vision for Theological Education and Leadership Formation in the 21st Century.” The Director will coordinate programs beyond the regular curriculum that help build a strong United Methodist ethos on campus. Such programs might include recruitment events, worship and fellowship opportunities, visits to campus by United Methodist leaders, participation by students in regional and national UMC events, covenant groups, etc. [more]
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.