Positions Vacant

Positions Vacant

If you know of an employment opportunity you believe should be listed here, please let us know. The following positions are available within the ANZATS network.

Research Co-ordinator Pilgrim Theological College

The Uniting Church in Australia, Synod of Victoria and Tasmania, is seeking a highly qualified Research Co-ordinator to join the faculty at Pilgrim Theological College, a College of the University of Divinity.

Pilgrim Theological College provides a rich tapestry of ecumenical theological education under the leadership of the college faculty.

The Research Co-ordinator provides leadership and advice to the academic staff and students in research and research training activities.

This role coordinates regular research seminars, public lectures, professional development occasions and other events to support and enable the Pilgrim research community.

This role is based in Parkville, within the appealing setting of the Centre for Theology and Ministry, just three kilometers from the CBD and on the perimeter of the Princes Parklands and Melbourne University.

For a more detailed description of the responsibilities of the role, please see the position description.

Lecturer/Pūkenga in Theology (Pacific)2301371

The Theology Programme at the University of Otago, Mātai Whakapono Karaitiana, invites applications for the position of Lecturer in Theology (Pacific). The position is a full-time, three-year, fixed-term appointment.

The Theology Programme is committed to strengthening its curriculum and research in relation to Pasifika communities and in accordance with the University of Otago’s Pacific Strategic Framework. The position offers an opportunity for a suitably qualified scholar to teach from a Pacific perspective and to conduct research that will be beneficial for Pacific communities.

In this role you will be expected to engage in ongoing research, teaching, and undertake postgraduate supervision. You will teach an existing paper on Moana Pasifika Theology, contribute a Pasifika perspective on other papers within the programme, and develop two further new papers in some aspect of Christian theology.

In addition, you will undertake research and share the results of your research through appropriate avenues including academic and popular publications, conferences, and workshops or seminars with stakeholders in the wider community.

The successful candidate will be a full staff member of the Theology Programme, and will be expected to take appropriate administrative and service roles within the Theology Programme. The expectation of academic staff members is that they will devote approximately 40% of their time to teaching and preparation, 40% to research, and 20% to administration and service activities.

For more information see HERE.

Bible Translation Trainer

Nungalinya College is the premier training institution for Indigenous church leaders, located in Darwin. Nungalinya is formally supported by the Anglican, Uniting and Catholic churches of the Northern Territory.

The College is looking for a trainer with linguistic qualifications and experience in Bible translation. The College currently offers the ‘Certificate II in Indigenous Translating’ to grow the skills and knowledge of Indigenous translators in the principles and processes of Bible translation. All students come from remote Northern Territory communities.

The College is seeking an active and enthusiastic Christian trainer to work within an ecumenical environment. Experience in applied linguistics and/or translation fields is highly desirable. Indigenous people are encouraged to apply, but this is not a requirement of the position.

For more information, download the position description HERE.