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Director, Ellen G. White – SDA Research Centre (50%) and ex officio Lecturer in Theological-Historical Studies at Newbold College of Higher Education
To provide, on behalf of the Ellen G. White Estate, Newbold College of Higher Education and the Trans-European Division effective management of the Ellen G. White-SDA Research Centre and development of its mission.
The appointment as lecturer in Theological-Historical Studies is an ex officio part of the overall role of the Director of the Research Centre.
The appointed person must be a practising Seventh-day Adventist holding a current license or credential with the denomination. He/she must hold appropriate academic qualifications in Adventist Studies or Adventist History at an earned doctoral level and the Ellen G White and Adventist Studies Certificate. Relevant professional experience in one or more aspects of teaching and/or pastoral experience is highly desirable.A complete job description can be viewed here.
All applicants must have the right to live and work in the United Kingdom and will normally be expected to live within reasonable commuting distance of the College to enable them to engage fully with the life of the College and of the local church community.
Starting date: September 2021
Salary: As per the denominational salary scale.
A letter of application, a CV and the names and contact details of two referees should be emailed as soon as possible but no later than June 30 to The Ellen G White Research Centre Chair, Audrey Andersson firstname.lastname@example.org