Job Opportunities – Lecturer in Biblical Studies, New Testament
Union Theological College is seeking to recruit a lecturer in Biblical Studies, New Testament, to contribute to the mission and vision of the College by providing high-quality teaching, as well as academic and pastoral support for students, and thereby to participate in the Christian ministry and mission of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.
A PhD in New Testament from a recognised university or academic institution
The ability to teach New Testament Greek
Willingness to obtain a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education
Demonstrable evidence of being a reflexive practitioner in ministry, combining theology with practice
2 years’ experience of leadership in a Christian congregation or para-church organisation
Proven administrative competence e.g. organisational skills, report writing, etc.
Appropriate IT skills and experience
A personal Christian faith, normally demonstrated by active membership of a Christian congregation (the essential nature of this post requires that the successful candidate be a Christian as provided for under excepted occupations in the Fair Employment Treatment (NI) Order 1998)
Must evidence an understanding of, and commitment to, working within the Christian ethos and doctrinal framework of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Respectful of the diversity of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, including theological diversity
Willing to be flexible in working arrangements and hours to suit the needs of the post
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (Fixed Term - 3 years initially)