SACRED HEART SEMINARY AND SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY seeks candidates for two (2) full-time faculty appointments in Philosophy starting August 2023. Specialization is open, with a preference for some competency in Thomistic philosophy. The successful candidate must possess a doctorate at the time of appointment, demonstrate a broad teaching ability in a variety of historical and topical courses, and maintain a firm commitment to the Roman Catholic mission and values of the institution. Salary and rank will be commensurate with academic credentials, publication record, and teaching experience. Normal graduate teaching load is 3-3.
Review of applications will begin Oct. 17 and continue until the positions are filled. To apply, please prepare:
• Cover letter
• Curriculum vitae
• Statement on teaching philosophy in a Catholic seminary
• Three reference letters, sent directly by the recommender
Please send all materials electronically, addressed to Dr. Paul Monson, Academic Dean, via [email protected]
Located in a suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology is a Roman Catholic graduate institution sponsored by the Priests of the Sacred Heart that specializes in priestly formation for men of all ages with an emphasis on seminarians over 30 years of age. The school provides residential formation for diocesan and religious sponsors throughout the United States and intellectual formation for the local archdiocesan St. Francis de Sales Seminary. Programs include accredited Master of Divinity and Master of Arts degrees alongside a vibrant English and Cultural Studies (ECS) program that attracts students from around the world. Sacred Heart is the only Roman Catholic seminary in the United States sponsoring an archaeological dig in the Holy Land and a center for Catholic-Jewish studies. Known as a dynamic, welcoming community, Sacred Heart offers competitive salaries, medical and dental insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, a defined benefit retirement program, employee retirement savings plan, regular sabbaticals, and a tenure-based system (called continuous contract).