Open Positions

Administrative Positions

Executive Director for FTESEA
The Foundation for Theological Education in Southeast Asia (FTESEA) has, for over eighty years, been supporting the on-going development of theological thought and education in China and Southeast Asia and recently has expanded that mission to include all of Asia and the Pacific. Its priorities, in addition to disbursing annual grants, include a commitment to networking, facilitating, and initiating programs in contextual theological education focused on faculty development and women’s leadership and the enhancement of library and electronic information services. The Foundation for Theological Education in Southeast Asia is seeking an Executive Director to begin on October 1, 2022. 

President at William Cary International University

The search for the next President of William Carey International University is currently underway. Inquiries for additional information, including the candidate profile, as well as making application should be directed to Dr. Za’ndra Bishop (, Senior Vice President at FaithSearch Partners.

The President is the leader of WCIU responsible for all aspects of the University. As Chief Executive Officer, the President has a critical role in the vision, mission, and culture of the University. The President is accountable directly to the Board of Directors and is responsible for implementing the policies adopted by the Board of Directors. A copy of the full candidate profile is available upon request from FaithSearch Partners.

The Presidential Search Committee invites the entire WCIU community, including friends and supporters, to support the formal search through prayer as the discernment process moves forward.

Faculty Positions

Multiple faculty positions available at Dallas International University.

Tenure-Track Professor of Missiology and Development Studies at Asbury Seminary

Asbury Theological Seminary’s E. Stanley Jones School of World Mission and Evangelism invites applications for an appointment to a tenure-track position in Missiology with a specialization in Development Studies beginning fall 2022. The ideal candidate would be a senior scholar-practitioner who combines theology and international development and integrates theory with field experience in scholarship and teaching. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses in these areas, as well as general missiology courses, residentially, online, and through a hybrid delivery system. While the geographical area is open, preference will be given to a scholar with expertise in the Global South, especially Africa.

The applicant should have an earned PhD in a field directly related to Missiology with a focus on International Development. Applicant should also have global missionary/ecclesial experience of engagement with social, economic or developmental works in partnership with local churches and communities.

Personal and Theological Commitments:
Since Asbury Seminary is within the Wesleyan-Arminian theological tradition, faculty members must commit to both our faith and ethos statements.

We are further looking for someone who evidences the love of Jesus Christ and is engaged with global Christianity. Experience in church planting will be considered a plus. Women, majority world scholars, and ethnic minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Application Process:
Send letter of inquiry, curriculum vita, and names of three references to: Missiology Search Committee, E. Stanley Jones School of World Mission and Evangelism, Asbury Theological Seminary, 204 North Lexington Avenue, Wilmore, Kentucky 40390 or email to with the subject heading Missiology Search Committee

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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