The Seminary Admissions Counselor is responsible for guiding prospective seminary students through their application, admission, and seminary discernment process. Activities include direct student recruitment, community outreach, communications and marketing support, and some travel. The counselor reports to the Director of Admissions and also works closely with the Director of Communications.
This position requires a bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university. Previous experience in project coordination, recruitment, marketing, sales is desired. One to three years of previous administrative and project coordination work experience, especially in higher education or with graduate students, is preferred. The ideal candidate is a self-starter, service oriented and able to work well with diverse populations. Possession of and the ability to articulate a vibrant Christian faith with knowledge of Reformed traditions is essential.
As a learning community In the Reformed Christian tradition that forms church leaders who cultivate communities of disciples of Jesus Christ, Calvin Theological Seminary serves the Christian Reformed Church In North America and wider constituencies by preparing individuals for Biblically faithful and contextually effective ministry of The Word and by offering Reformed theological scholarship and counsel.