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Job Opening: Interim Doctor of Ministry Director

Job Opening: Interim Doctor of Ministry Director

The position of Interim Doctor of Ministry Director is for the period of June 30, 2021 – June 30, 2023, and is jointly appointed by St Andrew’s College (SAC) and Lutheran Theological Seminary, Saskatoon (LTS) to lead the implementation of their cooperative Doctor of Ministry program in collaboration with the DMin Committee of the Graduate Studies Council (GSC) of the Saskatoon Theological Union (STU).

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Faculty Positions in Biblical Studies and Pastoral Theology

Faculty Positions in Biblical Studies and Pastoral Theology

Atlantic School of Theology in Halifax, Nova Scotia, intends to hire two new tenure-track faculty members at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, to commence in summer 2021 (date negotiable). One of the positions is in Biblical Studies, the other in Pastoral Theology. To fulfill statutory requirements, one (1.0 FTE) of the two appointments must be filled by a Roman Catholic.

In addition, to allow some flexibility around local needs for institutional fit and global demands related to the pandemic, each position may be filled either by one full-time appointment, or two half-time appointments. All finalists will be expected to come to Halifax for on-campus interviews, public health requirements permitting; however, only full-time appointments would be expected to relocate to Halifax. Half-time appointments could be remote positions.

Applicants to the position in Biblical Studies should specialize in New Testament or Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, and should have a strong secondary competence and ability to teach in at least one other relevant theological discipline.

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The Pastoral Theology position includes the role of Director (or Coordinator) of AST’s Summer Distance MDiv program. Applicants to this position should have a strong competence in an area like liturgy and worship, supervised field education, interreligious/interfaith dialogue, or ecumenism, with clear potential for crossover.

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Review of applications will begin November 16, 2020 and will continue until the positions are filled. Informal queries about the positions may be directed to Dr. Daniel Driver at

PhD-position in practical theology Tilburg School of Catholic Theology

PhD-position in practical theology Tilburg School of Catholic Theology

The Tilburg School of Catholic Theology is looking for an enthusiastic PhD student (M/F) for its The late modern transformation of religion: the case of new Catholicism research program. This program brings together specialists from various theological disciplines, including Church History, Systematic Theology, and Practical Theology.

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Assistant Professor Practical Theology and Religious Education at Fordham University

Assistant Professor Practical Theology and Religious Education at Fordham University

Fordham University invites applications for a full-time tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education (GRE). Areas of specialization are open. Teaching will include hybrid (campus and digital learning) formats. Applicants must have completed the Ph.D. by May 2019. For more information follow this link.

Senior Lecturer and Director of the Professional Doctorate in Practical Theology – Anglia Ruskin University – Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences

Senior Lecturer and Director of the Professional Doctorate in Practical Theology – Anglia Ruskin University – Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences

Senior Lecturer and Director of the Professional Doctorate in Practical Theology at Anglia Ruskin University

Anglia Ruskin is a vibrant workplace and our University is gaining prominence both nationally and internationally. We have ambitious plans for the future and we are determined that our students and staff will realise their full potential. Our main campuses in the cities of Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough have been transformed with major capital investment. With an annual turnover of over £200m, we are a major force for higher education and one of the largest universities in the East of England.

This post is a joint appointment between Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and the Cambridge Theological Federation (CTF). The employer is ARU.

The Cambridge Theological Federation (CTF) has been a partner of ARU since 1995.  The CTF is an ecumenical collaboration of educational institutes which teaches theology for ministry; reflect on the local and global, ecumenical and inter-faith context for Christian mission; foster encounters between people of different ecclesial and faith traditions; and undertake research in theology and religious studies. (

The post-holder needs to be firmly embedded in, and committed to, both contexts, as a key element of the role is the bridging and mediating of relationships, regulations and procedures between Anglia Ruskin University and the CTF, and within Anglia Ruskin University between both the Faculty and the Doctoral School. The post-holder will sit on key committees within the CTF, the Faculty of ALSS and our wider University, as well as participating in the life of the Faculty at the Departmental level.

Directing the DProf programme involves the supervision of approximately 15 research students; the creative development of the taught component of the programme (2 level 7 modules introduced in 2017, which are offered both face to face and by distance learning); responsibility for a cohort of 10 students working through a link with the Divinity School of Chung Chi College in the Chinese University of Hong Kong including an annual visit to Hong Kong; the development of other international cohorts; responsibility for an international week in Cambridge during the summer for DProf students; involvement with the national practical theology professional doctorate summer school in which ARU/CTF DProf students participate.  The successful applicant will also contribute to teaching in PG research methods or sociology of religion.

In respect of DProf and other CTF/ARU students the responsibilities also include student recruitment, admissions, visa compliance, ethics approval and advice and progression monitoring, budget management, staff development and supervisor/examiner recruitment.

With a PhD/DProf in Theology or cognate discipline, you’ll be an experienced and culturally sensitive doctoral supervisor in practical theology with recent teaching experience in a higher education institution.  You’ll also be comfortable in working within the ethos of theological education in an ecumenical and interfaith context.

For an informal discussion, please contact Jane Leach, Principal, Wesley House Cambridge and President Emerita of the Cambridge Theological Federation: or Dr Alison Ainley, Head of Humanities, Law and Social Sciences,

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Full Professorship at Tilburg School of Catholic Theology, 0,8 – 1,0 fte

Full Professorship at Tilburg School of Catholic Theology, 0,8 – 1,0 fte

Job opening: Full Professorship at Tilburg School of Catholic Theology, 0,8 – 1,0 fte

Tilburg School of Catholic Theology is looking for female candidates for a Full Professorship at Tilburg School of Catholic Theology, 0,8 – 1,0 fte for 5 years with the possibility of a tenured position

This five-year professorship, as part of the Philip Eijlander Diversity Program, is assigned to an outstanding female academic from any country. The professorship is also open for employees currently working at Tilburg University.

Tilburg University is committed to diversity as a self-evident value within its organization. Diversity, inclusion, and equality are important key priorities of the university’s HR policy. Under the Philip Eijlander Diversity Program, Tilburg University offers talented women with a passion for teaching and research a wonderful opportunity to design research and courses on important themes at the various Schools. Appointees will receive a start-up grant for their research and will participate in a networking and mentoring program. Read more about the Philip Eijlander Diversity Program:

Job description:
The successful candidate is expected to research, teach, and supervise (under)graduate and PhD students in the field of her specialization. She is expected to develop new ideas in research and education, and acquire funding (independently or jointly with other colleagues) for future research. A more specific description of job responsibilities will be drawn up in discussion with the successful candidate and will depend on her field of specialization and qualifications.

Candidates are expected:
– To have a PhD degree in Theology or a related discipline;
– To be specialized in one of the disciplines within Theology (e.g., Historical Theology, Biblical Exegesis, Systematic Theology and Practical Theology);
– To meet the criteria of their specific appointment in terms of research quality, teaching quality, management responsibilities, valorization of their research and active role as member of a department;
– To have experience in acquiring additional funding for their research (e.g., ERC grants, VENI, VIDI, VICI grants, indirect funding and contract funding);
– To be able and be prepared to take an active role as role-model or diversity agent in the university (e.g., by delivering a public lecture during the course of their tenure track; by making – their research available for a larger audience; by mentoring other junior women faculty; by incorporating gender as an integral part in the teaching and research programs);
– To meet the requirements for a missio canonica from the Chancellor of the TST, and a nihil obstat from the Congregation for Catholic Education.

Procedure and Information
For more information on the positions, please contact the dean of the School, Prof. Dr. M. Sarot (, +31134663839).

Candidates can apply by submitting:
– A brief research proposal for five years that is embedded in one of the research programs of the TST (see ): The proposal should include an abstract, aim of the research, deliverables, study design and methodology, planning, budget.

– A Curriculum Vitae: Diplomas; Relevant experience; Publication records; Teaching evaluations; Grants and Prices, etcetera;
Personal details (publication criteria will be weighted by special circumstances such as leaves for caring for dependents, pregnancy leave etcetera);

– A motivation letter including: How the professorship contributes to the development of the research program and ambition of the school;
Activities to support diversity and inclusion including an explanation why the candidate can be a role model in the organization.

Applications and accompanying documents should be submitted by February 12, 2017.
The only way to apply is online by following this link:

Terms and conditions of the Philip Eijlander Diversity program
The Philip Eijlander Diversity Program is a program of five years during which the professor is expected to focus on research; yet the professor also participates in teaching and managerial activities of the department and/or school. This is important for the further career and the integration of the professor in the academic community of Tilburg University. Allocation of research time and teaching time follows the school’s specifics for academic positions.

The professor will be incorporated in the organizational structure of a particular department and is expected to develop her own line of research fitting within the research ambition of the school. Following a positive evaluation at the end of a maximum of five years, the professor will be awarded tenure on the basis of the criteria applicable to this process. Dependant upon the track record of the candidate, immediate tenure may be negotiable. Having been awarded tenure, the professor will follow the regular career path for academics at a specific school for TiU.

The head of the department will be the supervisor of the professor. The role of the supervisor is to provide the professor with regular feedback about her performance and progress. The professor furthermore will be provided with a mentor from the ambassador network (see below) of the Philip Eijlander Diversity program.

The five-year Philip Eijlander Professorship comprises:
– A gross annual salary commensurate with experience and in accordance with Dutch national standards for the respective level of professorship;
– A start-up research grant of max € 10.000;
– A mentoring /coaching program to facilitate the career path of the professor in her career;
– A networking program for professors. This networking program includes an inspirational writing seminar.
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Conditions of Employment
Tilburg University is rated among the top of Dutch employers and has excellent terms of employment. The selected candidate will be assigned a position that is in accordance with her previous education and experience. She will be appointed for a fixed period of five years. Based upon an evaluation after 5 years, an open-ended contract is possible. Selected candidates will be ranked in the Dutch university employment system (UFO). Depending on the candidates’ experience, the starting gross salary for a fulltime appointment will vary between € 5.260,- and € 7659,- per month (€ 73.000,- – € 106.000,- , gross, all-in per year), based on scale hoogleraar 2 of the Collective Labour Agreement (CAO) Dutch Universities. Researchers from outside of the Netherlands or long-term Dutch expats may qualify for a tax-free allowance equal to 30% of their taxable salary. The university will apply for such an allowance on their behalf.

Tilburg School of Catholic Theology
Tilburg School of Catholic Theology (TST) focuses on scholarly training and research in Catholic theology for the benefit of all those interested and in particular for those preparing for an office or position requiring a canonical mission. TST is the only school of Catholic theology in the Netherlands that is recognized by the Church. Besides offering scholarly education, preparing students for ecclesiastical office, the school also offers a research-masters programme in theology and a master programme Christianity and Society. The faculty’s main offices are located in Utrecht, but a full programme of studies is also taught in Tilburg.

Recruitment code
Tilburg University applies the recruitmentcode of the Dutch Association for Personnel Management & Organization Development (NVP).

The text of this vacancy advertisement is copyright-protected property of Tilburg University. Use, distribution and further disclosure of the advertisement without express permission from Tilburg University is not allowed, and this applies explicitly to use by recruitment and selection agencies which do not act directly on the instructions of Tilburg University. Responses resulting from recruitment by non-contractors of Tilburg Universities will not be handled.

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Charles Sturt University – Wicking Chair/Associate Professor of Ageing and Practical Theology

Charles Sturt University – Wicking Chair/Associate Professor of Ageing and Practical Theology

Wicking Chair/Associate Professor of Ageing and Practical Theology

  • Full time, Fixed Term (up to 5 years)
  • Level D – up to $124,341 to $136,984 p.a. (Plus 17% Superannuation)
  • Level E – up to $160,169 p.a. (Plus 17% Superannuation)
  • Canberra

The University, in partnership with St Mark’s National Theological Centre, seeks an inspiring and accomplished researcher to fill the newly established position of Wicking Chair/Associate Professor, and concurrently lead the Centre for Ageing and Pastoral Studies (CAPS) as Director. CAPS was established within St Mark’s National Theological Centre to support research, education and policy development in pastoral studies, ageing and related ethical issues. It seeks to examine the process of ageing within the context of meaning in life and well-being.

The School of Theology at the University operates under an Agreement between the University, St Mark’s National Theological Centre in Canberra (St Mark’s) and the United Theological College, Sydney (UTC). It combines undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate education alongside opportunities for exploration of Christian vocation and ministry, making it distinctive within the Australian context.

This is a strategic appointment and an opportunity to take a leadership role in this relatively new field of practice and enquiry. The successful applicant will bring an outstanding record of scholarship, research and publication to the position. The appointee will conduct and cultivate quality research, work to ensure research outcomes translate into practice and strengthen links with like-minded organisations, both nationally and internationally. As the Director of CAPS the appointee will take overall responsibility for the operation of the Centre and will advance the vision and goals of the Centre through excellence in research, scholarship, education and advocacy. The Wicking Chair/Associate Professor would also work in cooperation with the University’s Research Centre in Public and Contextual Theology (PACT).

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Applicants are expected to apply online and address the selection criteria listed in the position description.

Applications close: 11 November 2014