The Theology Faculty of Oxford University proposes to appoint to a fixed-term Departmental Lecturership in New Testament Studies in association with Mansfield College. It is hoped to appoint from 26 April 2009, but the proposed start date for this post is flexible. The finish date of the post will be 30 April 2011.
This post will be associated with a lecturership at Mansfield College and will have a research focus in New Testament studies. The postholder will be expected to teach in the areas of New Testament offered in the Final Honour School of Theology.
The successful candidate will be appointed on Grade 7, with a salary of £28,839.
The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate:
- an ability to teach in the areas of New Testament offered in the Final Honour School of Theology;
- have a research record at an appropriate level of achievement for the candidate’s career; and
- the potential to produce research of distinction in the future.
The postholder will be required to provide 36 lectures per year or equivalent (in seminars and classes) for the Theology Faculty; to provide, for every week of full term, six hours per week of tutorial teaching or equivalent for Mansfield College; to undertake examining and, where appropriate, graduate supervision; and to contribute to administration in the College and Faculty.
Further particulars, which all applicants are asked to consult, can be downloaded from the Faculty website at www.theology.ox.ac.uk, or by clicking here.
Eight copies of applications, including a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, and two academic references, should be sent by post to
Mrs Frances Jenkins,
Faculty Board Secretary,
Theology Faculty Centre,
41 St Giles,
Oxford OX1 3LW, UK,
or (for overseas candidates only) one copy by e-mail to email@example.com for receipt no later than noon on Friday 13 February 2009.
Candidates wishing to have an informal discussion about the post may contact Dr Paul Joyce (firstname.lastname@example.org – 1865 278897). It is expected that interviews will be held on Friday 6 March 2009.