Associate Lecturer – Ridley College
This part-time Faculty position has been established to provide a career pathway (or “tenure track”) for an emerging scholar who is undertaking, or ready to undertake a doctorate. It may include the provision of a scholarship and other support towards completing a doctorate.
- Christian convictions, character and lifestyle;
- Evangelical faith and life, within the broad range of Creedal Christianity, and sympathetic to the Anglican ethos of the College;
- An interest in training, encouraging, and mentoring students;
- Excellent references that testify to the character, skills and Christian faith and practice of the applicant;
- The position is open to men and women.
- Online tutoring and face to face teaching 3 hours per week.
- Assist in leading a student mentoring group weekly or assist as Associate Dean of the Anglican Institute or the Centre for Leadership
- Participate in chapel, morning tea, lunch (1-2 days per week)
- Preach 1 chapel sermon per semester
- Attend selected College community activities (eg. Graduation).
0.8 EFT, in addition to the 0.4 tasks
- Online tutoring and face to face teaching additional 3 hours per week.
- Student mentoring
- Four deputations per year
- Interview prospective students, and other minor responsibilities
- Participate in chapel, morning tea, lunch (2 days per week)
- Attending College activities and major events as detailed in the
- Handbook (Open Days, Annual Dinner etc.) to build the College community.
Critical Success Factors
- Student-centred teaching that builds understanding and confidence in the Bible and the ability to use the Bible in ministry
- Consistent grading that aligns to marking rubrics with clear, relevant and detailed feedback
- Contribution to the community life of the College and to the collegiality of the faculty
- Growth in ability in teaching, formation and scholarship.
- The successful candidate will enjoy excellent professional development opportunities and a warm collegial environment
- Three-year initial contract, with the possibility of a five-year appointment to faculty following a review of college needs and funding
- Remuneration will be discussed with short-listed candidates
How to Apply
Applications should be emailed in one pdf document that includes a cover letter and CV. The cover letter should indicate the position(s) for which you are applying, your preferred employment basis. Your CV should provide:
- Contact details;
- Educational qualifications (most recent first);
- Employment history (most recent first), including a summary of key responsibilities and achievements;
- Ministry activity (most recent first).
References will be required only from short-listed candidates. Please send your application or any questions to the Principal, Rev Dr Brian Rosner at firstname.lastname@example.org.