Professor of Old Testament (Tenure-track)

Bethel Seminary St. Paul

Position Status: Full-time, Exempt/Salaried

Months Per Year: 12

Teaching Load: Currently at seven 3-hour courses or equivalent

Benefits Eligible: Full Benefits

Tenure Track: Tenure-Track

Supervisor: Dean, Bethel Seminary

Resume/Curriculum Vita Required: Yes

Job Summary
Tenure-track position in Old Testament at Bethel Seminary St. Paul. Academic rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Teach a full-time load (seven 3-semester hour courses or equivalent per academic year). Teaching assignments include Old Testament content, exegesis, and Hebrew language, in both residential and online delivery systems. Teaching may also include hermeneutics. Other faculty assignments include faculty meetings, student advising, and committee work.

Required Skills
Candidates must be capable of effective leadership, competent management, and inspiring teaching. Candidate must demonstrate ability to engage students actively and to contribute to an intercultural learning community both in a classroom and online. Candidate must enthusiastically embrace and demonstrate a proven ability to teach effectively in distance education courses. Candidate must be eager to teach Old Testament in a seminary context and to integrate biblical content and exegesis with transformational ministry leadership and spiritual and personal formation. Candidate should have proficiency in communicative teaching of Hebrew or a willingness to develop this proficiency, along with the capacity to develop and implement effective online teaching of Hebrew. Candidate should demonstrate competence in the academic study of the Old Testament and be active in writing and research in the field. Candidate must agree with the Bethel University Affirmation of Faith, agree with and live by the Covenant for Life Together, and be willing to join a Converge (Baptist General Conference) church.

Required Experience
Ideal candidate will have success in instruction of Old Testament content and exegesis, ministry leadership involvement, and relevant intercultural experience.