Job Openings

We are pleased to assist our Member Study Centers and Partner Organizations find you!

Below is a list of potential job opportunities accompanied by a short description that may be of interest to you.  To find out more details about a job, simply click on the job title hyperlink to go directly to that web page.

May God bless you in your job search!


Employment Opportunities:


Center for Christianity and Scholarship
Position Opening: Events and Communications Manager


Job Start Date: as close to August 1, 2019 as possible Employment Type: Full-time (40 hrs/wk) position

Contact: Edward Dixon: [email protected] Website:



The Events and Communications Manager advances CCS’s mission by planning event logistics anddriving marketing efforts to maximize the impact of the various CCS events throughout the year. Key skills required include organizing a variety of tasks and people at the same time, tracking large amount of details, communicating with various parties (including event speakers, attendees and CCS stakeholders), and willingness to be a public ambassador for CCS and its events. Experience in event planning and marketing is desired. A degree in event planning, marketing, or public relations is not required, but is beneficial.



  • Oversee event planning and marketing for CCS events (e.g., public lectures, short- courses, and faculty gatherings)
  • Track and analyze constituent feedback after events
  • Relate to event participants in a personable manner
  • Assist the Director with follow-up efforts with event attendees
  • Maintain awareness of major events and lectures at Duke each academic year, explore with Director potential connections between CCS and Duke programming
  • Manage website, including improving its role as an online educational resource, forexample, by posting high-quality recordings of lectures and resources related to CCS short courses
  • Oversee social media and multi-media presence for communication with various stakeholder groups
  • Oversee multi-media event “capturing” (e.g., photography, recording) and collecting participant impact stories
  • Manage monthly e-newsletter production and bi-annual hard copy newsletter, working with Director to determine content


Chesterton House – Executive Director


Chesterton House, a Center for Christian Studies at Cornell University, is now searching for a new Executive Director. Founded in 2000, the ministry offers a distinguished public lecture series, accredited courses, and houses over 30 students on a two-acre residential campus. The Executive Director serves as a Cornell University chaplain and works closely with the Board of Directors to oversee all aspects of the ministry’s operations. For more details and information on how to apply, see Job Description (link to embed:


Anselm House – Director of Development


Anselm House is pleased to announce that our team is seeking a Director of Development to join our mission to the University of Minnesota.The Director of Development will refine and execute Anselm House’s annual and long-range fundraising plans, secure financial support from Anselm House’s community of donors, congregations, and sponsoring foundations, as well as manage a small team of development personnel.Take a look at the full job description—apply today or pass it along to someone you know that might be interested.


Trinity Forum – Events Coordinator


The Trinity Forum is a non-profit organization that cultivates, curates, and disseminates the best of Christian thought leadership, and offers a space and resources for leaders to engage the big questions of life in the context of faith.  Since our founding in 1991, we have held hundreds of large-scale events as well as small gatherings, hosting over 4,000 attendees annually. The full-time Events Coordinator will plan and execute all Trinity Forum events. The position will report to the Director of Advancement. Ideal applicants should have previous experience in event planning, project management, and/or office management. Applicants should be highly conscientiousness, energetic, friendly, attentive to details, a self-starter, and willing to contribute not only to events, but also to a team committed to the mission of the Trinity Forum. Applicants should be available to travel for TTF events. Travel varies but typically involves six to eight trips per year.


Application instructions:  Please email a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three or more references to Alyssa Abraham at [email protected]. For questions, contact us at 202.944.9881.

Deadline to apply: Wednesday, June 5, 2019.


Trinity Forum – Fall and Winter Interns!


We offer competitive openings for highly substantive internships.


Internships are paid and offer candidates an extraordinary opportunity for experience in non-profit strategy and operations. We especially seek candidates with skills in one or more of the following areas: web/print design, marketing, fundraising/development, database management, writing, and research.

Interns will work alongside staff on essential projects and have the opportunity to see the results of their work incorporated into the operations of the Trinity Forum.

For graduate and post-graduate students, the internship will also include the opportunity to develop and implement a substantive, long-term project that will match their interests with the needs of TTF.


Interested parties should submit:

– A resume.

– A cover letter detailing your education, experience, and interest in a Trinity Forum Internship.

– One brief writing sample.

– Three references.

Please submit materials to [email protected].

Applications accepted on a rolling basis.


InterVarsity – Emerging Scholars



Job Description

Sattler College (located in Boston, MA) is hiring a professor or adjunct professor in computer science. Because we are a new institution that aspires to revolutionize higher education (see our website), the ideal candidate would lead the computer science major and teach a variety of courses in the discipline and allied fields (particularly in mathematics).  The individual would be able to design much of the major in collaboration with the faculty and board.

We are looking for a faculty member who inspires students, teaches well, and cares about the personal development of our students.  Faculty who have this role should have a strong quantitative background in computer science or a related discipline. The applicant must have a Master’s degree or higher, though a doctoral degree is preferred.  This is a full or part-time role and commences in the spring of 2019.

Finally, we especially seek faculty that can support the founding precepts of the College, harmonious with the beliefs of the historic Christian faith, listed on our webpage:

Visit this link for more about the job:


Christian Study Center of Champaign-Urbana – Director


Urbana Theological Seminary is seeking a qualified candidate to provide visionary and administrative leadership as the director of the new Christian Study Center at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign). This individual will oversee the development of the Center from concept to reality, including strategic planning, fundraising, branding, communication and implementation of events and programming specifically for the context of the University’s campus. The ideal candidate will hold a doctoral degree in order that he or she may join the Seminary faculty.

For more information:


Volunteer / Fellows / Internships:


The Trinity Forum – Volunteer and Intern Openings

The Trinity Forum is offering competitive openings for highly substantive internships. Internships are paid and offer candidates an extraordinary opportunity for experience in non-profit strategy and operations. We especially seek candidates with skills in one or more of the following areas: web/print design, marketing, fundraising/development, database management, writing, and research.