Employment

Current Openings

Dallas Campus

Full-Time

Junior Programmer
Programming and Application Services Department — $40,000 - $46,000 Annual

Department: Programming and Application Services Department
Hours: 40 hours per week; 8:00am-4:30pm
Available: June 1, 2018
Salary: $40,000 - $46,000 Annual

Job Description: Job Description:   This position will serve in DTS’s programming and application services department, building and maintaining websites and tools for departments on campus. This includes WordPress sites and plugins, other third party software, and custom tools built for specific purposes.

Job Duties:
  • Maintain and update Wordpress sites for the Communications Department
  • Create new forms and tools requested by departments
  • Other responsibilities assigned by the Director of Programming and Application Services

Job Requirements:

  • At least two years of real world experience in PHP and/or C#
  • Two years of front end experience using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, and JSON
  • Two years of experience with relational database
  • Ability to creatively solve problems with little or no supervision
  • Experience with one or more JavaScript frameworks (example: Angular, React, Vue)
  • Experience with CSS frame works (example: Bootstrap, Foundation)
  • Experience utilizing Web APIs and RESTful services
  • Educational background in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, or equivalent
  • Education can replace work experience year for year
  • A passion for development and writing sustainable code
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to take ownership of assigned projects
 


Art Director
Communications — Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Department: Communications
Hours: 40 hours per week; 8:00am-4:30pm
Available: Immediately
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Job Description: The Art Director will serve as the visual expert and oversee all aspect of graphic design across DTS’s media (print, web, video, and physical installations) leading teams in a consistent and cohesive visual brand identity for all constituencies. The successful candidate will bring the values, mission, vision of DTS to life on screen and through physical media with forward-thinking design and the ability to work with multiple departments through a collaborative process.

Job Duties:

Work with departments (primarily Admissions, Advancement, Alumni and the Hendricks Center) to create original graphic content for DTS’s printed materials, digital properties and other marketing materials. Collaborate with senior management to establish an aesthetic and brand that reflects the seminary’s core values and ideals. Supervise and delegate projects to our in-house team of designers, and function as one of the designers on key projects and initiatives. Review graphic materials from the design team to assess their validity and appropriateness for our brand. Maintain graphic consistency across all deliverables.


Job Requirements:

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • At least 10 years of experience in graphic design (using Adobe Creative Suite) and art direction.
  • Must be a creative problem-solver, a strong team leader, and a lover of all things beautiful
  • Should also be familiar with trends in evangelicalism, higher education, and DTS’s place in the wider American and global church.

Admissions Counselor (Female)
Admissions — $28,000-$30,000 per year

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

Job Description: The Admissions Counselor represents Dallas Theological Seminary to prospective students, applicants, and incoming students. This position identifies prospective 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 applicants submit all necessary credentials for admission and evaluates applicants for admission.

Job Duties:
  • Guide selected 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)
  • 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.


Director of Financial Aid
Financial Aid — Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Department: Financial Aid
Hours: 40 hours per week; 8:00am-4:30pm
Available: June 1, 2018
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience

Job Description: The Director of Financial Aid is responsible for overseeing all Financial Aid programs at all DTS campuses and extension sites.

Job Duties:
  • Develop and implement financial aid policies alongside the Enrollment Services Department to promote recruitment and retention of students
  • Administer the Seminary’s financial aid and Direct Loan programs including verifying student financial aid eligibility and authorizing fund distribution
  • Oversee and coordinate all facets of the Veteran Affairs educational benefits in accordance with all regulations
  • Provide DTS auditors with the required information for the A-133 audit
  • Coordinate with the Dallas Seminary Foundation for various scholarship criteria in order to ensure compliance with donor wishes
  • Chair the Financial Aid Committee and serve on the Strategic Enrollment Management Committee
  • Ensure DTS students receive excellent counsel in pursuing additional avenues of financial assistance

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, discernment, a servant’s heart, and an ability to maintain strict confidentiality. Must be detail-oriented and proficient with numbers. Three years of leadership experience in financial aid and at least one year of Direct Loan experience is required. Must have previous experience using Excel and other financial-related software programs. An individual who is positive, a team player, and able to meet deadlines is desired.


Bi-Weekly Payroll Administrator/Technical Assistant
Human Resources — $28,000-$30,000 per year

Department: Human Resources
Hours: 40 hours per week; 8:00am-4:30pm
Available: Immediately
Salary: $28,000-$30,000 per year

Job Description: The Bi-Weekly Payroll Administrator/Technical Assistant is responsible for serving as the Payroll Administrator for bi-weekly payroll and processing full-time payroll paperwork. This position also processes documents and tax paperwork for International Students and employees as well as assisting with Human Resources events for employees

Job Duties:
  • Process bi-weekly payroll in Paylocity, which includes overseeing WebTime function (DTS’s payroll software)
  • Handle full-time employee paperwork and assist with new employee orientation
  • Serve as back-up for the Payroll Manager when necessary
  • Assist with all Human Resources functions and events

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have a minimum of 2-years’ experience processing payroll with Paylocity, PayCom or similar payroll companies. Must be detail-oriented, accurate, very organized, and able to maintain strict confidentiality. A quick learner and self-starter with excellent writing, communication, and people skills is required. Must have computer experience including Outlook, Word, and Excel.  An individual who is servant-hearted, punctual, proactive and a team player is desired.


Assistant for Academic Administration
Office of Academic Affairs — $32,000-$35,000 per year

Department: Office of Academic Affairs
Hours: 40 hours per week; 8:00am-4:30pm
Available: Immediately
Salary: $32,000-$35,000 per year

Job Description: The Assistant for Academic Administration (a 3-year position) supports major events, publications, projects, and initiatives for the Office of Academic Affairs under the oversight and guidance of the Dean of Academic Administration.

Job Duties:
  • Assist the Dean of Academic Administration with the production and editing of the Seminary catalog
  • Oversee and implement Commencement activities
  • Assist with Accreditation support

Job Requirements: The successful candidate will have excellent communication, management, writing, and organizational skills.  Must have a strong work ethic and be able to maintain strict confidentiality. The ability to be flexible, adaptable, and a quick learner is desired. Good time management skills and an ability to work well with others is also preferred.


Maintenance Worker III (Mechanical)
Facilities — $28,000-$30,000 per year

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

Job Description: The Maintenance Worker III is responsible for assisting the HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical and Access Management Technicians as directed.

Job Duties:
  • Assist with HVAC, plumbing, and electrical repairs and routine maintenance
  • Perform routine maintenance on access systems

Job Requirements: The successful candidate will have strong mechanical aptitude. Facilities maintenance, HVAC, and electrical experience is preferred. A minimum two-year commitment is requested.

Admissions Counselor (Male)
Admissions — $28,000-$30,000

Department: Admissions
Hours: 40 hours per week
Available: Immediately
Salary: $28,000-$30,000

Job Description: The Admissions Counselor represents Dallas Theological Seminary to prospective students, applicants, and incoming students both on campus and in the field to the public. This position is responsible for identifying prospective students, counseling them as to whether seminary study is appropriate for them, informing them of seminary programs, admissions policies, and seminary life, and encouraging them to apply. The Admissions Counselor is also responsible for helping applicants submit all necessary credentials for admission and evaluating applicants for admission.

Job Duties:
  • Work with the Director of Admissions and other Admissions counselors to plan, coordinate, and implement a comprehensive recruitment strategy
  • Manage a set of Admissions accounts to help them apply, evaluate them for admission, and facilitate the matriculation of accepted students
  • Represent the Seminary on field visits, including transportation, setup, and takedown of Seminary public relations displays and publications; reinforce Seminary ties on such field trips (e.g., with alumni and college faculty)
  • Communicate Admissions policy and information about seminary life to prospective students and applicants via phone, email, or in-person
  • Provide career counsel and arrange for an introduction to the campus to prospective students who visit
  • Carry out other projects as assigned by the Director of Admissions

Job Requirements: The successful male applicant will have recently earned a professional degree from DTS, preferably a ThM, or be entering the latter portion of his study. Must be able to travel six to eight weeks per year and be able to lift materials of up to 50 pounds on occasion, including setting up the DTS display on the field. Must exhibit excellent personal relationship and communication/public speaking skills. Good character, flexibility, discretion, confidentiality, and theological awareness are required. 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, contacts, and write letters. Creativity, leadership skills, team work, a positive experience at DTS, and previous recruitment experience is desired. Excellent multi-tasking and organizational skills as well as the ability to work with a variety of age groups are also preferred. A minimum two-year commitment is requested.


Executive Director
Dallas Seminary Foundation — Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience

Department: Dallas Seminary Foundation
Hours: 40 hours per week
Available: Immediately
Salary: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience

Job Description: The Executive Director of the Dallas Seminary Foundation is responsible for the overall vision, leadership, direction, organizational structure, and administration of the Dallas Seminary Foundation in order to assist in the cultivation of both current and future gifts for Dallas Theological Seminary.

Job Duties:
  • Serve as the “face” of Dallas Seminary Foundation, representing its mission, activities, and services for all presentations and organized DTS functions
  • Provide oversight, planning, goal identification, and organizational structure to ensure the effective development and implementation of comprehensive charitable estate and gift planning services
  • Meet with prospective clients to offer Foundation estate and gift planning services while maintaining viable relationships with current clients
  • Oversee the development and implementation of various marketing strategies related to planned giving in conjunction with the Advancement Office
  • Provide management oversight in the area of gift administration, investment planning, funds management, scholarships, accounting and reporting, and sales of real estate and closely held stock
  • Maintain effective working relationships with Foundation Board Members, Dallas Theological Seminary President, and Vice President for Advancement, serving as liaison with Seminary Advancement Staff
  • Ensure technical competence in the areas of tax and gift planning
  • Develop and monitor the annual budget in conjunction with the Foundation Board
  • Provide management oversight in the recruitment and selection of staff and assignment of staff responsibilities as well as prepare staff performance reviews and determine salary levels
  • Serve as a member of the Seminary Foundation Board of Directors
  • Attend regularly scheduled meetings of the DTS Investment Committee and Audit Committee
  • Present results of operations to the Foundation Board of Directors at regularly scheduled meetings as necessary
  • Prepare and deliver presentations about the Foundation and its services at a variety of gatherings, including DTS sponsored events as well as other ministries

Job Requirements: The successful candidate will be comfortable understanding and explaining a variety of financial and tax consequences of charitable planned giving. Extensive experience with similar non-profit organizations, with primary focus on donor contact and communication about planned giving is required. Must have excellent oral and written communications skills and be comfortable speaking in public to both small and large gatherings. Must show proven leadership and understand the many nuances of planned giving and how to market planned giving concepts and ideas to others. An understanding of the basics of Charitable Remainder Trusts and Charitable Gift Annuities as well as scholarship endowments is desired. Experience with Raiser’s Edge, Gift Wrap, and PG Calc is preferred.


Part-Time

Maintenance Worker II (Housing Maintenance)
Facilities and Plant Operations — $13-$15 per hour

Department: Facilities and Plant Operations
Campus: dallas
Hours: 20 hours per week
Salary: $13-$15 per hour

Job Description: This part-time position is responsible for performing minor maintenance and building repair tasks at the seminary housing buildings.             

Job Duties:

Responsible for lighting maintenance, minor plumbing, electrical, HVAC and appliance repairs, as well as assisting with monthly preventative maintenance tasks. Maintains annual safety training as directed by the FPO safety committee.


Job Requirements:

  • Strong mechanical aptitude
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Must be detailed oriented
  • Facility maintenance experience desired

Security Officer I
Campus Police — $11.75 per hour

Department: Campus Police
Campus: dallas
Hours: 24 hours per week Nights and weekends
Available: Immediately
Salary: $11.75 per hour

Job Description: The Security Officer I maintains a campus environment in which people are safe from physical harm and property is secure in a manner which is consistent with federal, state, and local laws as well as Seminary regulations. This position ensures a climate conducive to ministry, academic study, extracurricular activity, and residential living.  

Job Duties:
  • Patrols campus on foot, and with patrol vehicle, bicycle, or golf cart.
  • Issues parking tickets, assists with arrests, and works with other Police Departments.
  • Secures campus buildings, doors, and gates each night and unlocks in the morning.
  • Types reports and issues parking permits.
  • Answers all calls for service.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have a valid driver’s license and an excellent driving record. Must be able to analyze and respond to situations quickly, objectively, and accurately. Must respect the rights of others.  Have a flexible schedule and be able to work any shift. Must have excellent communication skills and attention to detail. Must have proficiency in computers, be in good physical condition, and be willing to enforce campus policies. Must be able to write reports and perform work as directed. The ability to work well with others, be firm when necessary, and be a self-starter when working alone is desired. Security experience and experience with firearms is helpful.


On-Call Nightime Courtesy Clerk
Campus Police — $10.00 per hour

Department: Campus Police
Campus: dallas
Hours: 10-20 hours per week (8:00am to 4:30pm)
Available: Immediately
Salary: $10.00 per hour

Job Description: The Part-Time On-Call Courtesy Clerk serves as the back-up support for the Officer on duty by watching campus camera monitors and reporting any suspicious activity during the hours of 12am and 5am.  

Job Duties:
  • Watch 2 monitors with live camera views of the entire campus
  • Report any suspicious activity to the Officer on duty via handheld radio
  • Remain alert and awake while on a 5 hour shift

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have the ability to stay awake and alert to the activity on the cameras, be prompt arriving to work, and be able to operate and clearly communicate on a handheld radio.


On-Call Daytime Courtesy Clerk
Campus Police — $10.00 per hour

Department: Campus Police
Campus: dallas
Hours: 10-20 hours per week (8:00am to 4:30pm)
Salary: $10.00 per hour

Job Description: The Part-Time On-Call Daytime Courtesy Clerk serves as the first point of contact for campus guests, answers the campus switchboard, and monitors security cameras.  

Job Duties:
  • Greet guests to campus
  • Operate the campus switchboard and direct calls to the appropriate department
  • Watch 2 monitors with live camera views of the entire campus
  • Report any suspicious activity to the Officer on duty via handheld radio

 


Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have excellent English communication and interpersonal skills both in-person and over the phone. Must exhibit a friendly, helpful, personable attitude. Must have the ability to remain alert to the activity on the cameras, and be able to operate a handheld radio. Must be able to learn the campus phone directory and where to direct calls as needed.


Online Education Videographer
Media Production — $11.00-$13.00 per hour

Department: Media Production
Campus: dallas
Hours: 10-15 hours per week
Available: May 14, 2018
Salary: $11.00-$13.00 per hour

Job Description: The Online Education Videographer is responsible for overseeing and operating the audio and video equipment necessary for recording all DTS Online Education classes.

Job Duties:
  • Record live-classroom events
  • Meet with and assist the professor as needed
  • Manage digital assets created during each class recording
  • Transfer files to the server for further processing

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have experience with PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) cameras, reading audio meters, running audio mixers, and using microphones.  Must be comfortable with audio/video equipment (setup, teardown, signal flow, etc.) and the interconnection of a recording environment.  Must be punctual, reliable, organized, detail-oriented, willing to learn, and able to communicate and collaborate in a creative environment.  Experience working in a live-production environment and familiarity with NLE systems such as Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, or Avid is preferred. Knowledge of the Mac operating system and camera operation/shooting (Sony, Canon, Panasonic, DSLR, etc.) is desired.


Part-Time Chapel Technician
Media Support — $11.50 per hour

Department: Media Support
Campus: dallas
Hours: 15 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.

Part-Time Library Assistant (Circulation)
Library — $9.45 per hour

Department: Library
Campus: dallas
Hours: 10-20 per week (please indicate availability on application; including weekends, evenings, and summer)
Available: Immediately
Salary: $9.45 per hour

Job Description: The Library Assistant is responsible for circulation of library materials, assisting patrons, and maintaining the reference, periodical, and general collection areas.

Job Duties:
  • Circulate library materials on computer system:
  • charge, discharge, renew materials
  • distribute holds and verify books on hold shelf
  • create, renew, and edit user records
  • Use cash register to collect fees and overdue fines
  • Prepare items at the circulation desk for reshelving
  • Shelve reference books, periodicals, general collection items, and file microfilms
  • Answer the phone, provide limited information regarding library materials, direct other reference questions to reference librarians
  • Assist in searching for missing items
  • Dust shelves and perform other light cleaning
  • Assist in the maintenance of library copiers
  • Help supervisor prepare reserve shelf
  • Perform other duties as necessary

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will be able to communicate well with people. Must have strong attention to detail, be self-starting, and a team player. Must be able to work with numerous interruptions at the front desk. Must be able to prioritize tasks and manage time well. Must be consistently punctual. Must be able to type at least 30 words per minute and have experience with computers, copiers, printers, and typewriters. Must have excellent English skills. Must be able to work some Saturdays, evenings, and summers. Will be required to work Fall, Winter session, and Spring semesters. Library experience and long term commitment to the position is desired.
A two year commitment is required.

On-Call Custodian II and Mail Clerk
Mail Services and Custodial Services — $10.00 per hour

Department: Mail Services and Custodial Services
Campus: dallas
Hours: Must be available at least 4 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.


Houston Campus

Full-Time

Part-Time

Weekend Warrior DTS – Houston
Houston Campus — $10.00 per hour

Department: Houston Campus
Campus: houston
Hours: 10 Hours on Saturday's
Available: July 1, 2018
Salary: $10.00 per hour

Job Description: The Weekend Warrior will support the Houston extension by fulfilling duties   required of a receptionist. This position will report to the Administrator and will work closely with other members of the staff and faculty of the Houston Extension.  

Job Duties:
  • Be a presence during Saturday classes.
  • Manage phone calls for the Houston Miller Library.
  • Greet students and guests that enter the library and direct them to requested resources.
  • Monitor and assist students using the copy machine and the computers.
  • Assist students with checking out and checking in books.
  • Provide hospitality for faculty and visiting faculty on Saturdays (make copies, assist with computer set up if needed, etc.)
  • Make Sam’s runs for supplies for students and faculty as needed.

Job Requirements: The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills in person and over the phone, and excellent interpersonal skills. This person will have a servant’s heart and will be willing to take initiative in identifying ways to improve service to visitors, guests, faculty and co-workers and guiding students. The successful applicant will have a warm, approachable personality and be able to handle multiple tasks at one time.


Administrative Assistant to Community and Church Relations
— $11.00 per hour

Campus: houston
Hours: 24 hours per week
Available: June 4, 2018
Salary: $11.00 per hour

Job Description: The Administrative Assistant to Community and Church Relations will assist in planning chapels and networking with pastors, as well as provide administrative support for the Houston Campus Executive Team, including Faculty and Administrators. This position works closely with the Director of Community and Church Relations to support various ministry roles, including the enhancement of the spiritual life of the DTS-Houston campus via chapel events.

Job Duties:

For the Executive Director of Community and Church Relations:

  • Assist in planning, promoting, and organizing chapel events, including coordinating with chapel speakers
  • Assist in planning, promoting, and organizing annual pastors event
  • Research pastor and leadership conferences for networking with pastors/churches
  • Assist in planning alumni events
  • Manage Director’s calendar
  • Make travel arrangements (as needed)

For the Administrative Team:

  • Support the Administrative Assistant pool
  • Assist with campus-wide events (e.g. New Student Orientation, Preview Day, Friends & Family Appreciation Day, etc.)
  • Support Faculty with various administrative tasks
  • Provide hospitality for visiting professors and chapel speakers

Job Requirements: The successful applicant will have a working knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, designing forms, and other office procedures and terminology. Must have the ability to plan and execute special projects and be a detail-oriented, organized, and strategic thinker. Must maintain confidentiality with student and departmental records. Must have excellent communication skills and be experienced in creative design (Pages, Keynote, PowerPoint, iPhoto, etc.). Must also have a vibrant spiritual life, servant’s heart, cheerful spirit, and a commitment to Christ-like lifestyle. Experience with Microsoft Office, a flexible personality and the ability to perform well under pressure is desired.


Contact Us

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. Employment is contingent on the results of a criminal background check at the point of hire. The DTS Crime Report is available online. A written copy is available upon request by emailing campuspolice@dts.edu. 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.

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