Sacred Heart School of Theology
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Employment opportunities

Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology currently has the following job openings. Sacred Heart, known as a dynamic, welcoming community, offers competitive salaries and non-wage benefits for full-time employees, including medical and dental insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, a defined benefit retirement program and employee retirement savings plan, a generous meal program for employees, and more.


Information Systems Coordinator

Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology seeks a talented individual for the position of Information Systems Coordinator. This full-time (40 hours per week) position is a staff position in Administrative Services and reports to the Vice President for Finance.  This individual is charged with monitoring and maintaining the institution’s computer systems and networks.  This includes activities involving the coordination of requests for services or other information systems (hardware/software, etc.) with staff, our technology consultant, contractors and vendors.  Applicant must possess a degree in computer science or business systems/applications.  Please submit cover letter and resume to Human Resources, Annemarie Probst, at or Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology, PO Box 429, Hales Corners, WI 53130-0429 by November 15, 2014.   Salary is commensurate with experience. Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology ( is a graduate school that specializes in priestly formation for men of all ages with a specific emphasis on seminarians over 30 years of age and provides theological training for people preparing for ministerial careers.

Vice President for Human Formation

Reporting directly to the president-rector, the vice president for human formation is responsible for overseeing the seminary’s human formation program. This is a full-time position starting immediately.

The applicant must be a Roman Catholic priest possessing at least a master’s degree, though preference will be given to those with a canonical degree or advanced study in a formation-relevant area. The candidate must have worked in the formation field, preferably in a seminary context. Evidence of administrative competence and pastoral skill must also be provided.

Applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. Send letter of interest and curriculum vitae via email to or Search Committee, at the address below.