Below you will find jobs listings employers have posted with SBL. SBL members and non-members are able to view ads posted for positions of teaching, research, administration, librarianships, and professional and religious leadership. Plans are underway to create a single job-listing site, which will be managed jointly by SBL and AAR; see recent email sent to SBL and AAR members
note that additional employment listings can be found on the American
Academy of Religion website
, including positions registered for the Annual
Meetings 2012 Employment Center in Chicago.
to view an archive list of previous job listings.
For information on submitting a job and jobs at the Annual Meeting, follow the tabs to the left.
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