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We are currently seeking a full-time tutor to join the Centre for Black Theology (CBT) Team in their collective task of supporting students in postgraduate studies.
We seek an experienced tutor who will thrive on supporting students who are preparing for, and studying on, taught postgraduate programmes, with a view to working towards research degrees. Applicants should be keen on enabling early, mid-career and later-career aspiring scholars eventually to build on their past and current studies to develop doctoral-level research projects which enhance critical study of Black experience in theology, church and society.
No specific theological specialism is designated for this post, although the successful applicant will need to be able to share in teaching and curriculum development in their specialist area across the Foundation.
Details of the post can be found in the Applicant Pack.
Applicants are asked to complete the application form and send it with a letter indicating how your qualities, skills and experience would enable you to fulfil the role description and person specification for this post. You may also send a CV to accompany your application, though must not use the CV as a substitute either for the form or the application letter.
You are also asked to complete a monitoring form. This will be detached from the application papers and play no part in the short-listing process.
Documents should be sent as Word attachments or PDFs and e-mailed by the closing date to: email@example.com
Closing date for applications is 2.00 p.m., Thursday November 24th 2022.
Interviews are expected to take place on Monday December 12th.
For an informal discussion about the post, feel free to contact any of the following:
Dr Dulcie Dixon McKenzie, Centre Director, Centre for Black Theology (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Dave Allen, Academic Dean (email@example.com)
Professor Clive Marsh, Principal (firstname.lastname@example.org)