Employment Opportunities

Are you interested in working for St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary?
See a list of open positions below with instructions on how to apply.

 

Faculty Positions


Dr Ionut Alexandru Tudorie

Being part of St. Vladimir’s Seminary faculty is and feels both similar to and different from working at any college or university. The triad of scholarship, teaching, and service will, of course, be similar. But the stakes—and joys—are higher here, because we are mindful of the task entrusted to us: to train future priests, catechists, lay leaders, and scholars, focusing on both academic rigor and spiritual formation. We learn together, but also live and worship, fast and feast as a community dedicated to this goal. It is truly a blessing to labor meaningfully at the confluence of Church and academia. We hope you will consider joining St. Vladimir’s!

-Dr. Ionuț-Alexandru Tudorie, Academic Dean

 

Staff Positions


Melanie Ringa, CFO

What does it mean to work at St. Vladimir’s Seminary? On a daily basis we use our education, training, and professional experience to help our school prepare priests and lay leaders to serve Christ and His Church in the United States and around the world.

After working almost thirty years in corporate America, I consider it a privilege to be in a place where I can celebrate the feast days of the Church and work with other Orthodox Christians. As we labor in our individual tasks, we are constantly reminded by the ringing of the chapel bells on our campus to come together to worship in community. 

Although working for a non-profit educational institution presents many challenges, our personnel—from full–time employees to part-time staffers—and our Board of Trustees are committed to upholding and perpetuating our seminary’s mission.

It is truly a blessing to call this my job, and I hope you will consider coming on board!

-Melanie Ringa, CFO