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The Queen’s Foundation seeks a full-time tutor to join its Centre for Discipleship and Theology. As an experienced e-learning tutor, with a track record in creative course design, you would make a major contribution to the Foundation’s growing work with students studying independently at Queen’s, those who are not sponsored for ordination/ ministerial training and not on Black Theology-focused programmes in the Centre for Black Theology. You would also have a creative Foundation-wide role in helping staff develop their e-skills and in enhancing the Foundation’s e-presence. This is an exciting new post which will appeal to a graduate in theology, or a related discipline, who also brings educational knowledge, insights and experience.
The staff team includes ethnic and gender diversity as well as lay and ordained staff. Queen’s is committed to nurturing the vocations and gifts of Black and Asian Christians, so we welcome applicants from all ethnic backgrounds.
The job description for the position is available here.
Closing date for applications is 9am, Friday 27th November 2020.
Interviews are expected to take place in early/mid-December 2020.
Applicants should submit our standard application form (which you can supplement with a full CV if you wish), our brief recruitment monitoring form, and a covering letter outlining how your qualities, skills and experience would enable you to fulfil the role description and person specification for this post. Applications should be sent to email@example.com by the declared closing date.
For an informal conversation about Queen’s and the role, feel free to contact any of the following:
Further information about Queen’s, in addition to the website and publicly available sources about Queen’s, can be found here:
· Queen's Foundation General information brochure (opens as a web-based 'flipbook')
· Online - 'virtual tour' of the campus
· The 2020 Queen's Foundation Leavers' Event - moved online because of Covid-19 (includes students talking about their time here).