Seeking to appoint a Tutor in Old Testament
Is God calling you to train the next generation of ordained and lay church leaders?
The vision of Ridley Hall is to become a beacon of Christian learning and formation. The College has a reputation for excellence and is currently expanding. We have a full compliment of ordinands and over fifty people in training for lay leadership in the church. We have just embarked upon an ambitious building project, which will improve access to key areas of the College, create a new library and additional residential accommodation on site. The staff team are energised and focused, and look forward to welcoming a new colleague.
The Tutor in Old Testament is (usually) an ordained minister whose role is to teach Old Testament and Hebrew to students on Durham and Cambridge University (BTh) pathways at Ridley Hall, in the wider Cambridge Theological Federation (CTF), and at our London teaching centre. The post-holder will be pastoral tutor for a number of Anglican ordinands at Ridley and will contribute to the worshipping life of the College. This is a wonderful opportunity for the right person to join a great team at an exciting point in the life of one of the Church of England’s leading theological colleges.
Salary, benefits and pension according to the Lichfield Scale. Suitable housing will be provided.
For full details on the role and information on how to apply please download the Job Description. In addition to your CV and covering letter, as detailed in the Job Description, please also complete and return an Equal Opportunities monitoring form (pdf).
We particularly welcome applications from people of BAME heritage, who are currently underrepresented on the tutorial staff team.
Closing date for applications: Friday 6th November 2020
Interviews will be held via Zoom on: Friday 27th November 2020
Anticipated starting date: 1st September 2021