Philippines: Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (APNTS) is pleased to invite applications for the position of President of APNTS with a primary campus in Manila Philippines. The Board of Trustees is seeking a person who has the following characteristics:
- A transformational leader: A visionary, self assured, entrepreneur, team developer, listener, one who empowers others, is comfortable with risk-taking, and creates positive ethos.
- Demonstrated missional effectiveness: A person with the ability to move APNTS to an expanding multi-site, various delivery models and enable extension centers to thrive.
- An effective transformational pastor: A person who has demonstrated the ability to make disciples that make disciples, a person mature in fruit of the Spirit.
- Administrative abilities: A person with the ability to guide resources to effective, multi-site strategic use, including the ability to manage finance, operations, campus facilities and environment.
- Effective cross-cultural communicator: A person who appreciates, understands and communicates effectively across multiple cultures and contexts.
- Known for personal doctrinal integrity: A person who is in harmony with the message and mission of the Church of the Nazarene.
The BOT envisions APNTS transitioning from a single campus system to a viable multi-site school, utilizing a variety of delivery systems relevant to the contexts throughout Asia-Pacific and South Asia. The new president will give priority to making this transition take place.
The term of office will be via a renewable contract, four years in duration, subject to a favorable review every second full year. A negotiated salary and benefits package commensurate with the standing of APNTS as a Global Mission institution will be offered.
Please submit letter of application and curriculum vitae to Chairman Rev. Kafoa Muaror and Dr. John Moore by clicking on this link not later than May 30, 2016.
Thank you for your consideration,
Rev. Kafoa Muaror
Chairman of the Board, Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary
Dr. John Moore
Education Coordinator, Asia-Pacific Region