Tuesday, January 09, 2007

NT post at Nazarene Theological College

Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies

Nazarene Theological College invites applications for a full-time post (Senior Lecturer) in New Testament studies, effective July 1st, 2007.

Nazarene Theological College is a research-led partner college of The University of Manchester. Situated in Didsbury, Manchester, the College is an institution of the Church of the Nazarene and within the evangelical Wesleyan Arminian Holiness tradition. Founded in 1944, NTC has some 250 students (both full and part time), across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study, representing some forty different nationalities. The College also prepares candidates for ordination in the Church of the Nazarene.

The successful candidate will join a closely-knit team of core faculty, each of whom is active in her or his own discipline.

The successful candidate will
- hold the PhD degree in an area of New Testament studies
- have an active research profile
- have prior successful teaching experience
- be able to take on a range of teaching and supervisory responsibilities, including PhD supervision, MA teaching, and undergraduate teaching
- be willing to become an active contributor to the Manchester Wesley Research Centre, based at the College
- have some experience in areas of pastoral care
- be able to take a role in student tutorial support
- be an active member in good standing of an evangelical church within the Wesleyan Tradition

In this instance, it is an advantage if a candidate
- holds a PhD from a British University
- has the ability to teach in a cross-disciplinary setting in areas of Mission Studies (MA level) and Pastoral or Social Theology (undergraduate level)
- has had cross-cultural teaching experience

Contract and Salary Range:
The appointment will initially be for a two year probationary period, with the expectation of a permanent rolling contract to take effect subsequently. The current salary range is £20696 to £23671.

Closing date: February 1st, 2007

For further information and an application form, please write to Dr Peter Rae (Dean), Nazarene Theological College, Dene Road, Manchester M20 2GU or email prae[at]nazarene.ac.uk

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