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Tyndale Theological Seminary is a great place to work. People from all walks of life call Tyndale home. Our mission statement, “Tyndale Theological Seminary stands as a witness for Christ in multi-cultural Europe, equipping leaders to reach Europe and the world with the gospel” provides the purpose and goal of the Seminary.
Tyndale Theological Seminary is a missionary institution in two senses. First, all the faculty are missionaries who raise their own support in order to teach here. Our faculty and staff are well experienced and successful in this process, which, in turn, allows the school to offer scholarships to students from all around the world. Second, as stated above, Tyndale is a school whose purpose is to equip our students to reach the world with the gospel. Tyndale was founded in 1985 in order to train and equip future generations of evangelical pastors, teachers and missionaries. Our alumni come from eighty-one nations, and in any given year, there will be students from over 20 countries. It is a great place from which to make a global impact!
Below are our current Faculty and Staff openings. If one strikes your interest, we would love to hear from you. Before submitting your materials, please click here to read the Privacy Notice for Prospective Employees/Volunteers. We want to make sure that you know how your information will be utilized.
There are currently no open regular faculty positions.
Volunteer at Tyndale
“Retired? Just join Tyndale Theological Seminary. It is a challenge and a joy to work here among the students from all over the world with their cultures, backgrounds and thoughts. It helps me to see God at work in a wider perspective and also on a smaller scale in this community.” Dory Hofstra, Bursar
If you have time on your hands and want to be involved in a ministry that has worldwide impact - we would love to hear from you! Tyndale currently has volunteers serving in areas of administration, admissions, facilities, finance and the library.
Send inquiries/areas of interest to info[at]tyndale-europe.edu.
Please note: Due to Dutch regulations all volunteers must have an EU passport or a Dutch residence card that allows one to work.