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Westminster Seminary California is dedicated to cultivating an environment of professional competence and personal integrity through the search and selection process of qualified applicants.

Current Openings

Chief Financial Officer

Under general direction of the Vice President for Administration, the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for all of the business operations of the seminary.

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Tenure-track Faculty Opening in Practical Theology

Westminster Seminary California announces a new faculty opening in Practical Theology. This is a full-time, tenure-track position that begins July 1, 2021. Responsibilities focus on teaching MDiv courses in Practical Theology such as redemptive-historical preaching, counseling, pastoral care, Christian education, and evangelism / missions. Qualifications include: (1) commitment to the seminary’s doctrinal standards (the Westminster Standards and the Three Forms of Unity) and to the Presbyterian form of church government; (2) a doctoral degree in a theological discipline or related field (highly desired); (3) ordination as a minister in a Presbyterian or Reformed church; (4) pastoral experience, and (5) evidence of promise as a teacher and scholar. Salary will depend on rank and level within rank, to be determined on the basis of education and experience. WSC welcomes applicants from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. For further information, contact Ryan Glomsrud, Academic Dean, at For full consideration, applications should be received by August 7, 2020.

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Director of Recruitment and Alumni Relations
Under the direction of the Vice President for Enrollment Management, the Director of Recruitment and Alumni Relations is responsible for supporting Westminster Seminary California’s recruitment, admissions, and alumni relations objectives by serving as a primary point of contact for prospective students and alumni with the purpose of forming and cultivating supportive and meaningful relationships from initial inquiry through graduation and beyond.

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Vice-President of Development
This position is responsible for providing leadership in all areas of fundraising including annual fund, capital campaigns, and a student scholarship focused endowment while leading a small development team to ensure that WSC attracts philanthropic support to ensure that the institution can stay focused on the critical path of training tomorrow’s church leaders.

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For student part-time job openings, please call Barb Van Solkema at (760) 480-8474.