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Thursday, November 25, 2010
University of Birmingham job
A job in New Testament has just been advertised at the University of Birmingham:
UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY, THEOLOGY AND RELIGION Lecturer in New Testament and Theology Salary from £36,715 to £49,342 a year
The School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion, College of Arts and Law, University of Birmingham is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in New Testament and Theology. You will possess particular expertise in theology and biblical studies and how these relate to each other and to the study of religion/theology in the contemporary world. You will also have research experience at post-doctoral level, shown through a record of publications and have teaching experience at higher educational level. Ideally you will hold or be nearing completion of a PhD in New Testament Studies/Theology.
You will be required to provide advisory support for research, contribute to the design, development and delivery of programmes of study, and undertake research and administrative activities.
Closing date: 21st December 2010. Ref: 44432
To download the details and submit an electronic application online visit:www.hr.bham.ac.uk/jobs. Alternatively, information can be obtained from 0121 415 9000.