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Due to the nature of our purpose and content, we are strict and specific in faculty qualifications.

  • All faculty must be members in good standing with an Orthodox Christian Church that is in communion with the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America (www.antiochian.org). We do not put this requirement on students.

  • If there is a desire to teach an Orthodox studies class, then the applicant must be clergy or have a post-secondary certificate/degree higher in Orthodox Theological Studies. Examples include an Orthodox seminary, St. Stephen's Certificate Program, etc. At the discretion of the dean and on a case-by-case basis, monastics may be exempt from this requirement.

  • If a layperson or minor clergy, letter of recommendation from the parish priest AND father confessor (if not the same person).

  • If a deacon, letter of recommendation from the parish priest may be required.

  • If an Antiochian priest, a private interview with the dean may be required.

  • If clergy from another jurisdiction, the dean may require a letter of recommendation from the applicant's respective hierarchy or pertinent ecclesiastical authority.

JOB OPENINGS

All job openings are contract-based, remote (work from home), and listed in alphabetical order.

Professor: Now hiring professors to teach electives in all subjects. To apply, please send an email to adamr@antiochian.org with the following information:

  • Name

  • Phone

  • Curricula vitae/resume

  • Which subjects you want to teach (in order)

  • Your qualification to teach the subject (if not clear on CV)

  • Why you are interested in this position

  • Your jurisdiction 

  • A letter of recommendation is not required until a job offer is extended.
     

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