About Providence, Divine Action and the Church

In this blog, Terry J. Wright posts thoughts and shares research on the Christian doctrine of providence. This doctrine testifies to God’s provision for all things through creation’s high priest, the man Christ Jesus. However, the precise meaning and manner of this provision is a perpetually open question, and this blog is a forum for discussion of the many issues relating to providence and the place of the Church within God’s action.

Thursday, 13 October 2011

Another job...

... this time at the University of Roehampton, and part-time for a year.

Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies – Part-time (0.5 FTE) - Fixed-term to 31 December 2012 – HR Ref No: HR 101/11

Salary: £36,151 to £39,188 (pro-rata) pa inc. (Pro-rata £18,075.50 - £19,594)

Roehampton is one of the leading modern universities for research, which was confirmed by its outstanding performance in the 2008 RAE. It also has one of the highest concentrations of National Teaching Fellows in the UK.

The University is proud of its strong sense of community among its diverse student and staff population and its tradition of academic excellence that stretches back to the 1840s.

Roehampton’s stunning 54-acre campus beside Richmond Park is less than 30 minutes from central London.

We are seeking to recruit a part-time (0.5 FTE) Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies to work with the Professor of Catholic Studies in the development and delivery of undergraduate courses, in organising a major academic conference and in arranging research seminars and other activities associated with the Digby Stuart Research Centre for Catholic Studies.

The Theology and Religious Studies programme is committed to excellence in research, and our undergraduate programme consistently does well in the National Student Survey. We have a thriving postgraduate research culture associated with the Digby Stuart Research Centre, and we are part of an interdisciplinary teaching and research community in the Department of Humanities.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Professor Tina Beattie, Professor, Theology & Religious Studies on 020 8392 3419.

Closing date: Monday 7 November 2011

It is hoped that interviews will be held during the week commencing: Monday 21 November 2011.

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