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If you'd like to apply or inquire about one of these positions, please call or email Human Resources 214-887-5220 or humanresources@dts.edu. You can also download the employment application.

The Seminary permits the employment of qualified relatives of employees, of the employee’s household, or immediate family as long as such employment does not, in the opinion of the Seminary, create actual conflicts of interest. More information about this policy is available upon request.

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Current Openings

Assistant Director of DTS en Español

Department: DTS en Español
Hours: 40 hours per week
Available: Immediately
Salary: $40,000-45,000

Job Description: The Assistant Director of DTS en Español will help to oversee and implement administrative, technical, and promotional tasks related to Spanish programs as assigned by the Director of DTS en Español.

Job Duties:
  • Travel for recruiting purposes
  • Communicate and advise with students
  • Develop and set-up courses for online offerings
  • Communicate with professors
  • Coordinate promotional events and materials
  • Update and maintain DTS en Español website
  • Troubleshoot and coordinate operating systems
  • Track and enter data in the DTS en Español database
  • Assist with other responsibilities as requested

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have written and oral proficiency in both the Spanish and English languages, be comfortable with assuming administrative responsibilities, and able to understand and navigate computer systems and software. Must be personable and patient when talking with potential and current students. Must be organized, self-motivated, a problem-solver, and able to work independently. Must have the required documentation to travel internationally. Previous theological, biblical, and leadership experience is preferred. A two-year commitment is requested. The Seminary permits the employment of qualified relatives of employees, of the employee’s household, or immediate family as long as such employment does not, in the opinion of the Seminary, create actual conflicts of interest. More information about this policy is available upon request. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. The 2016 DTS Crime Report can be viewed at www.dts.edu/departments/campus/campuspolice/dallas/crimereport. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources. To apply for this position, please download a DTS employment application form by scrolling to the top of this page and clicking on the Employment Application link.

Part-Time Media Support Technician

Department: Media Support
Hours: 25 hour per week
Available: Immediately
Salary: $11.50 per hour

Job Description: The Media Center Technician is responsible for running sound and other AV equipment Tuesday through Friday during the DTS Chapel Service and assisting with other events as needed.

Job Duties:
  • Run sound and AV equipment during the DTS Chapel Service
  • Work with the Media Support team to set-up and take down the AV equipment for chapel
  • Respond occasionally to emergencies during business hours (8am-4:30pm)
  • Assist with other campus events as needed

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will be able to operate computer and AV equipment, including soundboards, be able to lift heavy equipment while negotiating stairs, and be able to discern sound pitch and quality. Must have excellent communication skills, be detail-oriented, teachable, and willing to learn. Availability prior to Chapel for sound checks and set-up and an ability to discern colors is desired. Must be willing to be on-call for emergencies and work varied hours. Due to on-call responsibilities, an individual who lives on or near the DTS campus is preferred. A two-year commitment is requested. The Seminary permits the employment of qualified relatives of employees, of the employee’s household, or immediate family as long as such employment does not, in the opinion of the Seminary, create actual conflicts of interest. More information about this policy is available upon request. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. The 2016 DTS Crime Report can be viewed at www.dts.edu/departments/campus/campuspolice/dallas/crimereport. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources. To apply for this position, please download a DTS employment application form by scrolling to the top of this page and clicking on the Employment Application link.

Full-Time Admissions Counselor & Special Events Assistant (Female)

Department: Admissions
Hours: 8:00am-4:30pm (40 hours per week)
Available: Immediately
Salary: $28,000-$30,000 per year

Job Description: The Admissions Counselor & Special Events Assistant represents Dallas Theological Seminary to prospective female students, applicants, and incoming students. This position identifies prospective female students, informing them of Seminary programs, admissions policies, and seminary life, counseling them as to whether seminary study is appropriate for them, and encouraging them to apply. She helps female applicants submit all necessary credentials for admission and evaluates applicants for admission. The Special Events Assistant is responsible for assisting the Special Events Coordinator in planning, implementing, and organizing all aspects of Dallas campus Seminary Preview Days and select Distance Education events as needed.

Job Duties:

Admissions Counselor Responsibilities:

  • Guide selected female admission prospects through the application process, counseling them regarding degree program choice, evaluating them for admission, and facilitating their matriculation as accepted students
  • Serve on the Admissions Committee as an advocate for applicants during the application process
  • Meet with prospective students through scheduled appointments to introduce them to the Seminary, give counsel regarding degree program choice, answer questions, and provide a tour of the campus
  • Represent the Seminary on field visits and reinforce Seminary ties during those visits (e.g. with alumni and college faculty)

Special Events Assistant Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Special Events Coordinator to plan, organize, and coordinate all Seminary Preview Day events for the Dallas campus and select events for distance locations. This includes publishing brochures, scheduling events and speakers, enlisting volunteers, planning meals and decorations, communicating with guests before arrival, and evaluation follow-up
  • Plan, organize, and coordinate other on-campus recruitment events as requested
  • Carry out additional special events or projects as assigned by the Director of Admissions

Job Requirements: The successful female applicant will have a professional degree from DTS or be entering the latter portion of her study. Must be able to travel both locally and out of state several times a year, potentially for multiple days at a time. Must exhibit excellent personal relationship, communication, and public speaking skills. Good character, flexibility, confidentiality, discretion, and theological awareness are required. Must be able to lift materials of up to 20 pounds on occasion, including setting up the DTS display on the field. Must be a self-starter who is a fine example of a Dallas Seminary graduate. Must be computer literate, able to efficiently use our computer systems to record activities and correspond via email. Creativity, ability to multi-task, previous recruitment experience, leadership and team-work skills, marketing experience, and excellent organizational skills are helpful. An ability to work with a variety of age groups, previous event planning experience, and a positive experience at DTS is also desired. A two-year commitment is requested. The Seminary permits the employment of qualified relatives of employees, of the employee’s household, or immediate family as long as such employment does not, in the opinion of the Seminary, create actual conflicts of interest. More information about this policy is available upon request. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. The 2016 DTS Crime Report can be viewed at www.dts.edu/departments/campus/campuspolice/dallas/crimereport. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources. To apply for this position, please download a DTS employment application form by scrolling to the top of this page and clicking on the Employment Application link.

Part-Time Administrative Coordinator

Department: Advising Center
Hours: 20 hours per week (some flexibility; must include Tuesday-Friday 10am-2pm)
Available: Immediately
Salary: $11.00 per hour

Job Description: The Administrative Coordinator will greet students and direct them to the appropriate resources both within the Advising Center and around campus.

Job Duties:
  • Answer general questions related to Student Advising
  • Answer the primary telephone for the Advising Center
    • Direct advising questions to the appropriate advisor
    • Direct students to the appropriate resources
    • Direct callers to the appropriate department or individual
  • Maintain the Advising Center’s main email address
    • Email students in advance of appointments, as needed by advisors
    • Scan and email forms processed by advisors
    • Distribute more complex emails to the appropriate advisor
  • Manage Leave of Absences and Withdrawal requests
    • Help students navigate the Leave of Absence and Withdrawal process 
    • Provide student information to the appropriate department
    • Finalize the Advising side of Leave of Absence and Withdrawal requests
    • Email students as needed
  • Schedule appointments for Academic Advising staff and faculty advisors
  • Submit announcements from the Advising Center to Kerygma and Chapel as well as post announcements on monitors and bulletin boards
  • Order office supplies
  • Reserve rooms and provide supplies for Advising Information Sessions
  • Perform miscellaneous tasks as assigned by the Director of Student Advising


Job Requirements: The successful applicant will exhibit excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Must be able to graciously direct people to the appropriate resources. Must have a flexible personality, an eye for detail, and multi-tasking skills amidst interruptions. Must be a self-starter who exhibits integrity, discretion, and confidentiality. Must be a problem-solver who is willing to work as part of a team. Computer literacy and an ability to use Jenzabar-CX, the Seminary’s computer system (training available), to write letters and record activities and contacts is required. Creativity, organizational skills, and experience with a variety of age groups and customer service is preferred. A DTS student with a good experience at the Seminary is also desired. A two-year commitment is requested. The Seminary permits the employment of qualified relatives of employees, of the employee’s household, or immediate family as long as such employment does not, in the opinion of the Seminary, create actual conflicts of interest. More information about this policy is available upon request. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. The 2016 DTS Crime Report can be viewed at www.dts.edu/departments/campus/campuspolice/dallas/crimereport. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources. To apply for this position, please download a DTS employment application form by scrolling to the top of this page and clicking on the Employment Application link.

Part-Time Academic Advisor

Department: Advising Center
Hours: 25 hours per week; Monday-Friday between the hours of 9am-4pm (flexible)
Available: Immediately
Salary: $13.00 per hour

Job Description: The Academic Advisor is responsible for providing academic advising and other related services to students with the intent of helping them make informed decisions as they continue toward graduation.

Job Duties:
  • Provide detailed advising for students who walk-in, call, or send an email
  • Run degree audits for students the semester before they graduate
  • Assist students as they make course selections in light of other responsibilities and DTS course offering realities
  • Assist with degree completion planning:
  • Advise students regarding degree requirements
  • Assist students in planning their degree within the time limit
  • Help ThM students plan to maximize the Last Year Free Scholarship
  • Contact online and distance students to assist them toward graducation
  • Conduct academic advising seminars for current students as needed
  • Assist students as they consider the appropriate degree and electives in light of vocational ministry goals.
  • Help process ThM Ministry Emphasis requests and MA Concentration course selections.
  • Assist with cross-departmental initiatives as assigned by the Director of Student Advising
  • Craft resources to help our students navigate DTS
  • Perform miscellaneous tasks and duties as assigned by the Director of Student Advising

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will be a graduate of DTS or a current student in the latter portion of a professional degree program. Must exhibit excellent interpersonal relationship and communication skills and be able to discern and solve problems well. Must be able to empathize with students and assist them in the decision making process. Must be able to pay close attention to details, be a self-starter, and a fine example of a DTS student or graduate. Computer literacy and an ability to use Jenzebar-CX, the Seminary’s computer system (training available), to write letters and record activities and contacts is required. Must exhibit good character, discretion, and be able to maintain confidentiality. Must be able to work as part of a team. Previous experience with a variety of age groups, academic advising, student records, customer service, and Christian Education are preferred. Creativity, organizational skills, an ability to multi-task, and a positive experience at DTS are also desired. A two-year commitment is requested. The Seminary permits the employment of qualified relatives of employees, of the employee’s household, or immediate family as long as such employment does not, in the opinion of the Seminary, create actual conflicts of interest. More information about this policy is available upon request. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. The 2016 DTS Crime Report can be viewed at www.dts.edu/departments/campus/campuspolice/dallas/crimereport. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources. To apply for this position, please download a DTS employment application form by scrolling to the top of this page and clicking on the Employment Application link.

Part-Time On-Call Custodian II and Mail Clerk

Department: Custodial and Mail Services
Hours: Must be available at least 3 days per week, at least 4 hours per day between 7am-6pm
Available: Immediately
Salary: $10.00 per hour

Job Description: The Part-Time On-Call Custodian II and Mail Clerk is responsible for both routine cleaning under the direction of the Custodial Manager and routine mail clerk duties under the direction of the Mail Services Supervisor when called in to work.

Job Duties:

Custodial Services:

  • Attend all monthly Custodial staff and safety meetings
  • Clean inside assigned building including restrooms, classrooms, office areas, common areas, and breakrooms/kitchens
  • Clean work spaces (computer monitors and phones), blinds, vents, ducts, lights, and overhead items
  • Wash windows (both internal and external) and trash receptacles
  • Perform other duties as needed

Mail Services:

  • Deliver mail to the Post Office in the afternoon
  • Deliver mail and packages to campus
  • Stock the warehouse
  • Assist with bulk mail-outs and fulfilling orders
  • Process incoming and outgoing mail and packages
  • Perform other duties as needed

Job Requirements: The successful applicant must have a valid Texas driver’s license, be able to follow instructions, have excellent communication and organizational skills, and be a team player. Experience with computers, multi-tasking skills, and attention to detail are also desired. The Seminary permits the employment of qualified relatives of employees, of the employee’s household, or immediate family as long as such employment does not, in the opinion of the Seminary, create actual conflicts of interest. More information about this policy is available upon request. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. The 2016 DTS Crime Report can be viewed at www.dts.edu/departments/campus/campuspolice/dallas/crimereport. We regret that we are unable to extend an invitation for an interview to every applicant. Only those applicants whose qualifications and experience appear to best match the needs of this position will be contacted. All applicants will be notified by email after the position has been filled. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Human Resources. To apply for this position, please download a DTS employment application form by scrolling to the top of this page and clicking on the Employment Application link.