Lecturer / Senior Lecturer Systematic Theology

Location
South Africa
Posted
Nov 27, 2017
Closes
Dec 20, 2017
Organization Type
University and College
Hours
Full Time
Systematic Theology

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer

(Ref. THE03/372/1117)

This post relates to the general functioning, management, and administration in the discipline of Systematic Theology in the Faculty of Theology.

 

 

Duties

Teaching:

  • High quality undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision;
  • High quality postgraduate supervision, including doctoral students.

 

Research:

  • Developing and managing research programmes within the contexts of Systematic Theology;
  • Delivering high quality research outputs in the forms of reports, reviews, articles and monographs;
  • Participating in, and presenting at, national and international disciplinary conferences and simposia;
  • Building and developing national and international research networks and partnerships.

 

Community Interaction / Social Impact:

  • Involvement in the Church in its various expressions;
  • Involvement in the community in its various forms;
  • Ensuring the practical relevance of modules within Church and society in general.

 

 

Job Requirements
  • A completed doctorate in Systematic Theology (or a related discipline) (Candidates who are about to complete their doctoral degree may be considered at lecturer level.);
  • Developing a research record of publication in accredited academic journals on relevant theological themes;
  • Knowledge of pertinent discourses that relate to Systematic Theology in the African context;
  • Academic literacy and the ability to function in a multilingual environment;¿
  • Knowledge and participation in Church life in the African context.

 

 

Recommendation
  • Experience of teaching at a tertiary education level;
  • Experience of postgraduate student supervision;
  • An NRF rating;
  • Proficiency in English and at least one other South African language;
  • Computer literacy, with the ability to use various forms of information technology in teaching and research;
  • In good standing with their own Church denomination