Human Resources

The Human Resources department serves all employees and prospective employees with regard to employment, benefits, training and payroll. We hope that the information found here will answer your questions and serve as a resource for information. Please feel free to visit us in person anytime.

Contact Us:

  • 817-921-8490
  • 817-921-8754 (fax)
  • Monday – Friday | 8:00am – 5:00pm
  • Scarborough 104

Open Positions At Southwestern Seminary

On-Campus Employment

The primary purpose of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary is to provide theological education for individuals engaging in Christian ministry. This education is enhanced by the sacrifices of time in long hours of study in addition to financial sacrifices. To help ease the financial burdens of tuition, book fees, and housing costs, to name a few, Southwestern Seminary offers on-campus employment to qualifying students and student spouses. This employment opportunity allows students and their spouses to support themselves and their families while attending Southwestern. Of course, employment opportunities are available to non-students as well. Visit our office or apply online below.

Custodial Employment Opportunities

If you are interested in working with our Custodial Team, please inquire about available positions by emailing

Dining Services Employment Opportunities

If you are interested in working with our Dining Services, please visit to view and apply for available positions in Fort Worth, TX 76115.

Frequently Asked Questions

Report Concerning Behavior

Southwestern has a Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) in place to help all members of the Southwestern & Texas Baptist College community deal with any form of concerning behavior.
Concerning behavior may be most simply defined as any type of threatening or intimidating behavior which causes another person to be concerned for that person’s well-being or the well-being of another.

The goal of Southwestern’s BIT is to address concerning behavior utilizing a fact-based approach to assess and if necessary, implement an integrated plan of action. The BIT utilizes available resources to alleviate and/or mitigate any concerning behavior to the benefit of the individual and the entire Southwestern and Texas Baptist College community.

The BIT is comprised of the Associate Vice President for Human Resources, Dean of Students, Dean of Women, Chief of Campus Police, and Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services.

To report concerning behavior you may contact any of these individuals directly. You may also send an email to

In an emergency, please call Campus Police directly at 817 921-8888.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Southwestern’s BIT please do not hesitate to contact any of the listed team members.