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Two Jobs in NT (with impending closing dates)

January 20, 2014

 Academic posts come often increasingly rarely, so I pass on notice of two with closing dates for applications very soon.

Professorship of New Testament (Protestant Theological University, Groningen, The Netherlands)

Interested members are informed of the vacancy of a full Professorship in New Testament studies at the Protestant Theological University (PThU), Groningen campus, to be fulfilled from 1 September 2014. The University is affiliated with the Protestant Church in The Netherlands (see http://www.pkn.nl/overons/protestant-church/Paginas/default.aspx) and has locations in Groningen and in Amsterdam. In Groningen the PThU offers a three-year Master course (with variants in Parish Ministry and Spiritual Care), which gives access to the ordination in the Protestant Church in the Netherlands, as well as a one-year international, ecumenical  Master course; on the BA level the PThU contributes to the three-year BA course of Groningen University. The professor of New Testament is responsible for lecturing in the field of New Testament literature, on the master?s as well as on the bachelor?s level, with a focus on exegesis of the New Testament and Biblical theology. In Groningen the Protestant Theological University cooperates with the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies of Groningen University.

Groningen is an attractive university city in the northern part of The Netherlands with a significant international population. There are several English speaking churches and an international school. Groningen is connected to Schiphol Airport by a direct intercity line.
Deadline applications: February 5th, 2014

Interviews: Groningen, Wednesday February 26th.

Full details at http://www.pthu.nl/over_pthu/Vacatures/ 

 

Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies (Durham University)

Durham University, Department of Theology and Religion is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer in New Testament (with, as desirable, an expertise in Second Temple Judaism), to replace Dr Lutz Doering who is moving to a chair in Münster.  Candidates are expected to have a relevant doctoral degree, a track record of outstanding research and publication, and experience of teaching. 

The closing date for applications is Feb 16th2014, with interviews planned for 21st March; the job start date is 1 Sep 2014.  Full details of job description and person specification are available via   https://www.dur.ac.uk/jobs/ where instructions on the application procedure may be found.  For questions, contact alec.ryrie@durham.ac.uk(Head of Department).

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