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Updated February 21, 2020


Associate Dean of Marquand Chapel

Yale Divinity School and The Institute of Sacred Music

Yale Divinity School and the Institute of Sacred Music invite applications for an associate dean position to lead Marquand Chapel beginning in August 2020. Reporting to the Dean of Yale Divinity School and collaborating with the Marquand Chapel committee, the Associate Dean of Marquand Chapel develops the vision for and implementation of worship in Marquand Chapel which meets daily during term and for special occasions throughout the year. Two staff report directly to the Associate Dean: a full-time Liturgical Assistant (YDS) who coordinates the production of daily chapel and a Director of Chapel Music (ISM) who devotes 50% of their time to direct the music in Marquand. The position of Associate Dean of Chapel comes with a faculty appointment in the Yale Institute of Sacred Music at an appropriate rank; the Associate Dean is expected to teach one course per term (33.3%) in a relevant discipline.

Yale Divinity School provides an ecumenical environment in which students are prepared for ordained ministry in diverse Christian churches and for a wide range of professional careers, including additional advanced degrees in academic and professional schools, not-for-profit work, and public service.

Candidates must hold (or be on the verge of completing) a Ph.D. or equivalent degree and have strong potential as an instructor.  A letter of application with curriculum vitae and three letters of reference should be submitted online at here posted at Careers at Yale. Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2019. The position will remain open until filled.

Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Yale values diversity in its faculty, staff, and students and especially encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and underrepresented minorities.

Professor of Worship and Preaching

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

Open rank,full-time, tenured or tenure-track appointment, beginning July 1, 2020.

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary seeks applications for a position in liturgical studies to begin July 1, 2020. The desired candidate will teach courses at the MA, MDiv, DMin and PhD levels; direct MTS theses and PhD dissertations; serve as a member of faculty committees; participate in the worship life and other public activities of the seminary; and will be required to make a constructive contribution to the institutional and communal life of the seminary. Qualified applicants should hold an earned PhD or equivalent, have experience in teaching worship and preaching at the seminary/graduate level, preferably in a diverse cultural environment, and demonstrated ability to guide student inquiry and research. Applicants should have a record of research and peer-reviewed publication, and regularly participate in and contribute to the work of appropriate professional organizations. Knowledge of and experience with worship in varied cultural and religious backgrounds are also essential for this position. The desired candidate will bring a commitment to the mission and ministry of the Church and concurrence with the seminary’s articulation of its identity and vision. Denominational affiliation is open (although Protestantism is anticipated and preference will be given to non-United Methodists) and ordination to Word and Sacrament preferred. Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application Process:
Garrett-Evangelical is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Please send a cover letter and curriculum vitae (all documents in English, as .docx or .pdf files), electronically to the Office of Academic Affairs, c/o Ms. Alicia Howell, at [email protected]. Materials may also be mailed to: Office of Academic Affairs, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, 2121 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60201. Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2019, and continue until the position is filled.

Founded in 1853, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary ( is a graduate school of theology related to the United Methodist Church. Located on the campus of Northwestern University, the seminary serves more than 400 students from many denominations and cultural backgrounds, fostering an atmosphere of ecumenical interaction. Garrett-Evangelical creates bold leaders through master of divinity, master of arts, master of theological studies, doctor of philosophy and doctor of ministry degrees. Its 4,500 alumni serve churches and society around the world.


The Department of Theology and Philosophy at Barry University invites applicants for a full-time continuing contract position in the field of Liturgical and Sacramental Theology at the assistant professor level, beginning in August 2020.

Position Summary (General Description of Position)
The position requires the ability to teach the graduate and undergraduate courses in theology, to advise and mentor students, to engage in scholarly work, and to serve on departmental, college, and university committees.

Essential Functions (Duties and Responsibilities)
Responsibilities include a 3-3 undergraduate and/or graduate level teaching load, active involvement in the department’s theological graduate programs, and participation in the collegial and intellectual life of the university.

The position is open with regard to area of specialization, methodological commitments and ecclesial location. However, facility with the Catholic liturgical and sacramental tradition, ability to correlate the relationship between liturgy and ecclesiology , and experience with praxis-theory-praxis methods of practical theology is strongly preferred. Experience with developing and teaching distance courses is welcomed.

Additional responsibilities include academic advising and mentoring to undergraduate and graduate students, supervision of thesis projects, departmental and college service, university service, community service, and sustained scholarship.

The position requires an earned Ph.D. in Theology. Applicants are required to send their curriculum vitae, statement of intent, samples of publications and syllabi, and three letters of recommendation from senior scholars to Gloria L. Schaab, SSJ, PhD, Chair of the Search Committee. Applications received by November 1, 2019 will receive full consideration. Initial interviews will be conducted at the American Academy of Religion Convention November 23–26, 2019. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

Director of Chapel Music
Duke University Chapel

The Director of Chapel Music provides artistic and administrative leadership for a dynamic and culturally diverse program comprising staff choral singers, instrumentalists, volunteer singers, students, and professional colleagues. This person works closely with the Dean of the Chapel and other Chapel staff to lead the Duke Chapel Choir in worship and to develop innovative musical offerings in this vibrant University community. The position will remain open until it is filled.

Read the full job description and apply through the Duke Human Resources website.

About Duke Chapel

Duke University Chapel is an active center of ecumenical Christian worship, a moderator of Religious Life at Duke, and an icon of the university. By playing these three roles on campus—and beyond—Duke Chapel embodies the university’s motto (Eruditio et Religio) while also contributing to the university’s stated aims (“Creating a rigorous scholarly community characterized by generous hospitality toward diverse religious and cultural traditions.…”).

Learn more about the Chapel's vision, mission, and values in its Strategic Plan.

About Music at Duke Chapel

Music at Duke University Chapel aims to create high quality musical experiences, while giving glory to God and stirring the hearts and minds of all those it reaches. Working in sacred music traditions, Duke Chapel Music comprises three choirs, seven staff members, two organ scholars, four organs, and a 50-bell carillon, in addition to partnerships with many professional musicians, student music groups, and guest choirs.

Learn more about Music at Duke Chapel and see this season's concert series.

Director of Chapel Music Search Committee Co-Chairs

Dr. Zoila Airall
Associate Vice President of Student Affairs for Campus Life, Duke University – Member of Duke Chapel Advisory Board

Dr. Walker Robinson
Pediatrician, Chapel Hill Pediatrics and Adolescents – Member of Duke Chapel Advisory Board

Send an email to the committee.







Faculty Position Available for Assistant Campus Minister/Coordinator of Liturgical Life Deadline to apply is May 7, 2019

Jesuit High School (JHS) is currently accepting applications for an Assistant Campus Minister/Coordinator of Liturgical Life.

Jesuit High School (JHS) is a Sacramento regional Catholic high school that provides young men with a life-building experience. Founded in 1963, the school delivers an academically rigorous college preparatory education to graduates prepared for lives of leadership and service. Student enrollment is approximately 1070, representing diversity in geography, ethnicity, religious affiliation, and socioeconomic background. JHS draws from more than 90 zip codes throughout the greater Sacramento area, and 99% of graduates go on to college or university. JHS is home to one of the region’s most successful men’s athletic programs, visual and performing arts (more than 22 art offerings), an award-winning robotics program and a club for every passion. A JHS education fosters a “Men for Others” culture, as students volunteer locally and all over the world, giving more than 27,000 hours annually, primarily to at-risk, underserved and homeless populations.

Does this sound like an environment you would enjoy? At Jesuit High School, we offer competitive pay, excellent benefits and a supportive work environment. 

Job Summary/Responsibilities:

The Assistant Minister is delegated responsibility by the Director of Campus Ministry to oversee programs that advance the religious/spiritual dimension of Jesuit High School.  Areas of primary responsibility are Sacramental Ministries at Jesuit including liturgies and reconciliation services.  This is a 5/5 position with 4/5 in Campus Ministry and 1/5 teaching the Liturgy class. This position may also be asked to teach an additional Theology class depending on the needs of the Theology department

  • Planning and Implementation of the Liturgies with the Liturgy Workshop Class
  • Coordination of the Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
  • Prepare liturgies for Big Brother training, Frosh Orientation, and Frosh Overnight.  Assist in the running of the retreat
  • Coordinate Reconciliation Services with other Campus Ministry Team Members

If this seems like a good fit with your background and interest, we’d love to hear from you. Please visit our website at  for application and deadline details.

Please complete the Faculty position application along with any additional requirements listed within the application.  

The application deadline is May 7, 2019.

Jesuit High School is an EOE.