Employment Opportunities

Executive Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Nashotah House Theological Seminary announces a search for its executive co-leader, working collaboratively with the President and Provost, responsible for the seminary’s external affairs.

This is the new position created by the restructuring of Nashotah House’s executive leadership and the recent appointment of Dr. Garwood P. Anderson as President and Provost.

Position: Executive Vice President for Institutional Advancement

The Executive Vice President for Institutional Advancement (“EVP/IA”) shares the executive leadership of Nashotah House Theological Seminary (“the seminary”, or “the House”) with the President and Provost and is directly responsible for all matters external and oversees the seminary’s operations. 

The Executive Vice President for Institutional Advancement provides the strategic executive leadership for Nashotah House’s constituency building and resource acquisition:

•    to fund the seminary’s operation
•    to build the seminary’s reputation,  
•    to populate the seminary with well-qualified students, and
•    to operate the seminary in an efficient and effective manner.

Working collaboratively with the President and Provost and, the Executive Vice President for Institutional Advancement will be the seminary’s public face. The Executive Vice President for Institutional Advancement* represents the House to external constituents for the furtherance of Nashotah’s mission and articulates the House’s vision and plans in a winsome and inviting manner such that those who encounter Nashotah “may be ready to give and glad to distribute to our necessities.”

The full position description is available here.

•    A master’s degree either in theological studies or in a field cognate to responsibilities (e.g., MBA) is desirable
•    A high level of initiative and perseverance
•    10+ years’ experience of demonstrated successful leadership
•    Thorough familiarity with the world of North American and global Anglicanism
•    Demonstrated experience and success in not-for-profit fundraising, both strategy and execution, preferably including development campaigns
•    Excellent written, verbal, and public-speaking communication skills, and exceptional interpersonal skills
•    Intelligence, maturity, and sound judgment, necessary for interacting with board members, executive officers, faculty and staff, major donors and prospects, and other constituents.
•    Passionate accord with the vision and ethos of Nashotah House Theological Seminary
•    If deemed necessary by the Board of Directors, ordination as a Bishop or Priest in an Anglican/Episcopal jurisdiction may be required

Anticipated Beginning Date: Summer 2019  

Application Process:
Applicants should submit a cover letter explaining their interest in the position, a current curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation to 

Mary Johnson
Assistant to the President
Nashotah House Theological Seminary 
2777 Mission Road
Nashotah, WI  53058

Documents received as email attachments are perfectly acceptable. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by December 31, 2018


Residential Chaplain

Nashotah House Theological Seminary seeks a Residential Chaplain. Ideally the applicant would be available as early as the fall term of 2018. This is a "house-for-duty" position intended for a retired priest in good standing. The primary duty of the Chaplain is to assist the Provost and Director of Residential Life in providing for the spiritual well-being of the student body, while also remaining engaged as a leader in the seminary's rich but demanding life of worship, community, and formation. A two year commitment is requested, but negotiable.  More details

Inquiries and applications should be directed to:
Fr. Alexander Pryor
Director of Residential Life





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