Columbia Evangelical Seminary Invites Applications for Adjunct Faculty (Mentor) Positions
Columbia Evangelical Seminary is always looking
for qualified individuals for faculty positions
Presently, we are seeking to round out our impressive faculty with more women and minorities who have educational backgrounds with Master's and/or Doctoral degrees from accredited colleges, universities, and seminaries in any Christian-related field.
CES is a Diverse Educational Institution
and actively encourages females and members of
all racial/ethnic backgrounds and cultures to apply
CES is a conservative Christian seminary, and we encourage prospective candidates to review our Statement of Faith.
CES is a Distance Learning school where students who enroll select (from our faculty list) the faculty persons they want to work with throughout their educational program. This is why CES often refers to its faculty members as Mentors.
Mentors work with their students through the Internet (emails) and other avenues of communication, and thus they do so from their own homes or places of employment. CES has faculty members throughout the U.S. and other parts of the world.
Mentors are paid only when actively engaged with a student(s). This is not a full-time faculty position, but rather a wonderful way to exercise one’s desire to teach without leaving one’s present location, and a good way to add a little extra income.
Anyone desiring to dialog with CES or ask specific questions before going through the application process may contact Dr. Ric Walston, President of CES, at: CES@ColumbiaSeminary.edu.
Those interested may simply download the Mentor Application PDF file, and follow the steps explained therein.
Though we cannot guarantee a position on either the faculty or staff, we do guarantee that your résumé will be given serious consideration.
Also, if you know of someone who may be qualified, please encourage them to download the Mentor Application and follow the process.
Also, please download the CES Writing Protocols and read through it. It is important that our faculty understand the CES Writing Protocols.