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January 2012 Archives
|ST. PATRICK'S SEMINARY AND UNIVERSITY, Librarian (01/26/12)|
St. Patrick's Seminary and University Library in Menlo Park, California (www.stpatricksseminary.org) seeks a 30 to 35 hour per week librarian to provide cataloging, interlibrary loan and book processing services, as well as occasional reference and instruction in library use.
The library staff is highly service oriented and proactive and our new librarian should be flexible, cooperative, and able to work well with library patrons with a wide range of research capabilities and needs.
Position Summary: Here are some of the job responsibilities and skills:
•Perform original and or copy-enhanced cataloging for incoming b... more
|TRINITY SCHOOL FOR MINISTRY, Faculty Position in New Testament (01/24/12)|
Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge, PA, an evangelical seminary in the Anglican tradition, is seeking a Professor with excellent teaching experience to teach courses in the New Testament and Greek, who will fit in with the evangelical Anglican ethos of the seminary. A doctorate in New Testament is required and the individual must be able to teach the full range of courses in New Testament as designed in a recent curriculum review. It is preferred that the candidate be of the Anglican/Episcopalian tradition. Ordination is also preferred but not essential. Applicants from the worldwide Anglican Communion are encouraged to appl... more
|FULLER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Assistant Dean of African American Church Studies (01/18/12)|
Fuller Theological Seminary invites applications for Assistant Dean of African American Church Studies, tenure-track, faculty-administrative position, beginning September 2012. Requirements include: faith and lifestyle congruent with the mission of Fuller Seminary as expressed in the Statement of Faith and other statements and standards of the Seminary; PhD; expertise in a discipline within the School of Theology; experience and expertise in research and teaching, with publication record or promise thereof; administrative skills; MDiv (or equivalent); ordination and/or ministry experience in an African American Church. Both acad... more
|AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, San Diego Faculty/Director in Graduate School of Theology (01/16/12)|
Job Description: The primary responsibility is to serve as a full faculty member in the Graduate School of Theology. Secondly, give oversight, direction and leadership to the theological degree programs in the San Diego Regional Center. Applicants should have Wesleyan affinity, terminal degree in the field, (Ph.D., Ed.D., D.Min.) with graduate teaching experience. This position requires networking abilities with broad vision, initiative, self-motivation, a team player and people person, with basic administrative skills and cultural competency. Pastoral experience is preferred. For more information please visit http://www.apu.edu/provost/... more
|LUTHER COLLEGE, Visiting Instructor or Assistant Professor in Biblical Studies (01/16/12)|
Luther College invites applications for a Visiting Instructor or Assistant Professor of Religion, a one-year position beginning Fall 2012, with the possibility of renewal up to a term of three years. Qualifications: Ph.D./Th.D. preferred at time of appointment; exceptional ABDs will be considered (Instructor rank). Teaching experience required. Specialization may be in Hebrew Bible or New Testament. The successful candidate will have enthusiasm to teach introductory biblical studies courses and other undergraduate courses in biblical studies and religion. We are seeking a candidate who complements our current faculty in interests and expert... more
|THE DIVINITY SCHOOL, DUKE UNIVERSITY, Director of the Library (01/16/12)|
Director of the Library
The Divinity School, Duke University
Duke University Divinity School seeks to make an appointment of the Director of the Library, a faculty position, effective July 1, 2012. We invite applications from (or nominations for) persons who have expertise in the management of theological libraries, especially those in university settings.
The Director of the Library is responsible for the overall administration of the Divinity School Library and its staff, develops the library’s collection in all formats and languages, and leads the library’s efforts to contribute to the research and teaching of the sc... more
|HOPE INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, Intercultural Studies Professor (01/10/12)|
Hope International University is now accepting applications for a full-time Intercultural Studies position at the level of Professor, Associate Professor, or Assistant Professor. Primary responsibilities will be teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels in the classroom and online environments.
Candidates must have an affiliation with the Restoration Movement Christian Churches/Church of Christ and an earned PhD with an emphasis in Intercultural Studies field from an accredited school; ABD candidates will be considered. The ideal candidate will have at least three years of teaching experience at the college level... more
|FACULTY OF THEOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, Professorship in New Testament and early Christian culture and literature (12/26/11)|
The Faculty of Theology at the University of Helsinki is inviting applications for a professorship in New Testament and early Christian culture and literature, beginning January 1, 2013. The professor shall carry out and supervise scientific work, provide education based on it at all levels of study, follow developments in research, and participate in societal interaction and international cooperation in his or her field. An appointee to a professorship shall hold a doctoral degree and have top level scholarly qualifications, experience in the supervision of scientific research, the ability to provide top level teaching based on research and ... more
|MOUNT MERCY UNIVERSITY, Assistant/Associate Professor of Religious Studies (12/21/11)|
Mount Mercy University is a Catholic, coeducational University founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1928 enrolling approximately 1800 students. The University offers a variety of liberal arts, professional, accelerated, and graduate degree programs. The picturesque campus located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa is equidistant from Minneapolis, Chicago and St. Louis.
Mount Mercy invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor position beginning fall 2012. The qualified applicant will hold a Ph.D. and evidence of quality teaching experience. S/he will teach a broad range of undergraduate courses which include introductory Bible... more
|THOMAS JEFFERSON CENTER, U. OF TEXAS, Teaching Postdoctoral Fellowship (12/20/11)|
The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas at the University of Texas at Austin invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in religious thought, beginning August 2012. The appointment will be for one year with a possible renewal for a second year. The Thomas Jefferson Center is an interdisciplinary center for the teaching of the great books. Our academic program is a 6-course certificate program in Core Texts and Ideas, which introduces undergraduates to the major texts and ideas that have shaped the Western world, including courses in the history of literature, philosophy, political philosophy, and religion. Th... more
|WHEATON COLLEGE, Armerding Chair of Biblical Studies (Old Testament) (12/15/11)|
Wheaton College seeks candidates for the Armerding Chair of Biblical Studies (Old Testament). The position is a full-time, tenure-track endowed chair appointment, which becomes available in August 2012. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D., evidence of outstanding teaching, a track record of excellence in research and publication, and sufficient professional experience to warrant appointment at the rank of associate professor or professor. Specialization in the area of Old Testament studies is required. The person appointed will be expected to promote a deepened understanding of the authority of Scripture and doctrine of biblical inerra... more
|SAMFORD UNIVERSITY, Tenure-track position in Old or New Testament (12/14/11)|
Samford University’s department of religion invites applications for a tenure-track position in Old or New Testament.
The teaching load of three courses per semester will likely include introduction to world religions, a course in the university's core curriculum, and advanced undergraduate courses in the candidate's field of expertise. Applicants must have the Ph.D. or equivalent and demonstrated excellence in teaching and research. They must also support Samford’s Christian mission. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
For information on the Department of Religion, see http://www.samford.edu/schools/artsci/religion/index.htm.... more
|THE TIKVAH CENTER FOR LAW & JEWISH CIVILIZATION AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, The 2012–2013 NYU Tikvah Fellowship Program (12/08/11)|
The Tikvah Center for Law & Jewish Civilization at NYU School of Law is now accepting applications for the Tikvah Fellowship Program for the academic year 2012–2013. The Program is directed at the finest scholars and educators who engage in legal, moral, normative, and existential issues pertaining to Law & Jewish Civilization. Non-academics such as school principals and rashei yeshivot are also welcome to apply. Two categories of Fellowships are available: “At-Large” and “Thematic.” The Annual
Theme for 2012–2013 will be “Reconsidering the Private and Public Spheres in Law & Jewish Civilization.” While in residence at the Center, Fellows wo... more
|ASHLAND THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Academic Dean (12/07/11)|
Ashland Theological Seminary invites applications for the position of Academic Dean. Ashland seeks a Dean who is committed to the church and is passionate about theological education. The Dean must possess strong leadership skills and a proven ability to work collaboratively and creatively with faculty and administration. The Dean must be able to lead the institution in developing visionary responses to the present-day challenges in theological education. The Dean reports to the President and serves on the President’s Cabinet. The Dean holds faculty rank commensurate with experience, may teach a limited number of courses, and will be el... more
|ERASMUS ACADEMY NY, New Testament Greek and/or Biblical Hebrew Language Instructor (12/07/11)|
Job Opening: Instructor for Summer Rapid Reading Online Course in
New Testament Greek and/or Biblical Hebrew
There is an opening for a New Testament (Koine) Greek and/or Biblical Hebrew language teacher this summer. The eight-week online courses are taught from May 21-July 12, 2012.
These are intensive courses designed for graduate students preparing to pass a language proficiency exam for master and doctoral programs. They assume no prior knowledge of the language. The courses are taught in “real time” online, via the Internet, similar to a teleconference. The instructor may therefore teach the course fro... more
|HARTFORD SEMINARY, Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins (11/17/11)|
Hartford Seminary invites applications for a faculty position in New Testament and Christian Origins that begins in fall 2012.
The candidate should have expertise in any area of New Testament study, showing the ability to interpret early Christian literature in its historical and cultural contexts, with attention to and appreciation of its contemporary significance.
For curricular needs in the M.A. and cooperative M.Div. programs, the person appointed must be able to teach broad areas of New Testament study at an introductory level. At the same time, this person must display sufficient intellectual depth to direct doctoral leve... more
|THE TIKVAH CENTER FOR LAW & JEWISH CIVILIZATION AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, The 2012–2013 Tikvah Scholar-in-Residence Program (11/02/11)|
The Tikvah Center for Law & Jewish Civilization at NYU is now accepting applications for the Postdoctoral and Visiting Doctoral Tikvah Scholar-in-Residence Program for academic year 2012–2013. The Center also accepts applications from recent J.D. Graduates. The Program aims to attract outstanding graduates and young scholars interested in spending a year researching, writing, and learning in the company of some of the best scholars in the field of Law & Jewish Civilization. The Tikvah Scholars group also includes doctoral and postdoctoral students from NYU School of Law, the NYU Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, and the NYU St... more
|CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, Associate Professor (09/15/11)|
The Catholic University of America, School of Theology and Religious Studies invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position in New Testament Studies preferably ordinary or associate professor. Candidates must possess an earned doctorate (Ph.D., S.S.D., S.T.D., or equivalent). The person who fills the position will teach in undergraduate, graduate, and seminary programs in the School, advise students, direct master’s and licentiate theses and doctoral dissertations, and serve on committees. Rank and salary will be determined on the basis of academic credentials and publication record.
To apply, please send a curriculum vitae and... more