Jobs at CTU
For those interested in a career with Catholic Theological Union, the following positions available at CTU are listed below.
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Catholic Theological Union (CTU) is a Roman Catholic graduate school of theology in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. Its mission is to prepare effective leaders for the Church, ready to witness to Christ’s good news of justice, love, and peace. CTU’s 4,000 vowed religious women and men and lay graduates are serving in 60 countries worldwide.
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Catholic Theological Union is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Applicants are considered on the basis of their qualifications for the position without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
Coordinator for the CTU Writing and Resource Center
The individual must be comfortable working in a Catholic institution of higher learning and is expected to become immersed in and support the mission and vision of the school. Please email a cover letter and resume to Carmen Salas, HR Generalist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Vice President and Academic Dean
Catholic Theological Union (CTU) seeks its next Vice President and Academic Dean.
The Vice President and Academic Dean is vice president of the Corporation and vice president and academic dean of Catholic Theological Union (CTU). As such, the Vice President and Academic Dean engages with faculty, staff, students, and the Board of Trustees as the chief advisor to the President, responsible to the President for oversight of all academic programs and activities of CTU.
The Vice President and Academic Dean reports directly to the President. The Vice President and Academic Dean serves: as an ex officio member of the Leadership Council; as a member of the faculty of CTU with full faculty status; as ex officio chairperson of the Faculty Assembly; and as an ex officio a member of the Academic Affairs and Student Affairs Committees of the Board of Trustees.
Nominations, self-nominations, or inquiries are welcome. Communication and/or application materials should be sent electronically, in PDF format, to VPDeanSearch@ctu.edu by February 4, 2022. For position description and application requirements, click here.
Director of the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life
The mission of the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life is to serve as a theological, academic, and pastoral resource for engaging contemporary issues and realities in consecrated life today from a global perspective. The Director is the chief administrator of the CSCL and its operations, who oversees and coordinates all aspects of the work of the center. Guided by the Strategic Plan formulated in 2021, the Director leads the Center in accomplishing its distinctive mission. In collaboration with others, the Director determines the foci and yearly programming for the Center. For the years 2022-2025, the programming is enabled by a grant from the Hilton Foundation entitled Moving Along the Arc: Women Religious as Agents of Reconciliation and Transformative Action toward a More Racially Just Church and World. The CSCL Director serves as Director of the grant and insures its fulfillment.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, current CV, and names and contact information for three references to Carmen Salas, HR Generalist, at email@example.com by March 31.
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Director of the Schreiter Center at CTU
The Director of the Robert J. Schreiter, C.PP.S. Precious Blood Spirituality Institute at Catholic Theological Union Schreiter Institute is responsible for the leadership and administration of the program. The Schreiter Institute is a collaborative partnership between CTU and the Precious Blood Spirituality Institute (PBSI). The Director is responsible for facilitating the cooperative rel ationship of the two organizations, ensuring that the relationship is guided by the Memorandum of Understanding which envisioned the program. The Schreiter Institute function s as a CTU program and will be fully integrated into the mission and operations of the academic institution. The Schreiter Institute will be part of the Bernardin Center, which will require that the Director work efficiently and collaboratively as a member of the Bernardin Center team The Director is also accountable to the PBSI and an important responsibility of the Director is to maintain an effective work relationship with that organization, its sponsoring congregations, and their appointed representative. The Schreiter Institute is fully funded by the PBSI and is contingent on continued funding by PBSI.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, current CV, and names and contact information for three references to Carmen Salas, HR Generalist, at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 15.
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