As the Baptist College of Victoria and as an agency of the Baptist Union, Whitley College is dedicated to providing high quality theological educational resources to all of those committed to the call of God and to the life and mission of the Church in a rapidly changing society. In offering theological education through a comprehensive range of diplomas and degrees accredited by the University of Divinity, professional development opportunities, advanced research programs, and innovative and flexible training initiatives, Whitley seeks to fulfil its mission to equip men and women for leadership and service in a variety of ministries in church and society. Whitley is committed to creating an even stronger and dynamic learning environment for students and to develop further the relationships with partners and stakeholders.
Whitley is seeking a person to fulfil the position of (Associate) Professor of New Testament. The (Associate) Professor is to be responsible for conducting, coordinating and developing teaching and research in the area of New Testament studies at Whitley College.
The (Associate) Professor of New Testament is responsible for making original contributions to knowledge and practice through research, writing and teaching. It is expected the (Associate) Professor would develop the educational offerings in the area of New Testament studies, building links with other national and international partners in teaching and research.
Read the full Professor of New Testament Position Description.
Prospective and interested candidates may direct inquiries to the Principal of Whitley College, Rev Professor René Erwich.
Please submit your application no later than 15 April 2020 to email@example.com.
Applications must include:
- Full curriculum vitae
- Cover letter
- Three letters of reference
The successful applicant will be expected to take up the position by 1 September 2020 or earlier by negotiation.
Whitley College is a culturally diverse community of learners committed to practical expressions of God’s activity in the world. We wrestle together in spiritual formation through theological reflection, creative exploration and academic rigour.
Shaped by the Bible, and drawing on our Baptist heritage, we are responsive to the contemporary needs of church and society, affirming liberty of conscience in conversation with other traditions of religion and spirituality.
Our educational ethos unifies heart, thought and hands, giving priority to personal and social transformation.