Pilgrim Theological College (Melbourne, Australia)
Pilgrim Theological College is inviting applications to join faculty in the position of New Testament Lecturer, with the half-time role involving teaching in the field of New Testament and related early Christian literature within the accredited awards of the college.
Pilgrim faculty help form, through theological education, candidates for ministry in the Uniting Church. Faculty are expected to participate in the worship life at Pilgrim and contribute to the theological resourcing of the wider Uniting Church as appropriate. Faculty contribute to the formation program, are expected to participate in the worship life at Pilgrim and contribute to the theological resourcing of the wider Uniting Church as appropriate.
The role provides teaching in the field of New Testament and related early Christian literature within the accredited awards of Pilgrim Theological College. The role will involve teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, supervising students enrolled in research degrees (MTh, PhD), participating in international standard research, and contributing to other programs and committees within the University of Divinity.
The role also involves tasks relating to administration, formation of candidates for ministry, and university committees. Please see the position description.
The successful applicant will need to demonstrate the qualifications and experience required for this position, which includes:
- A doctoral degree in New Testament or a related discipline from an accredited institution.
- Teaching experience at tertiary level
- Experience in spiritual or vocational formation and/or pastoral ministry, preferably within the Uniting Church.
Applications close on Monday November 27 2023.
See the full Position Description for further information.Apply
Pilgrim Theological College is an ecumenical college of the University of Divinity, operated by the Uniting Church Synod of Victoria and Tasmania. Pilgrim’s courses offer a community of learning, formation and discipleship, inspired by the richness and strength of theological education across the traditions of the Uniting Church and the commitment to ecumenical theology and formation from the United Faculty of Theology.