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Lecturer/Kaiako in Theology

Lecturer/Kaiako in Theology

 

St Johns Theological College

 

Lecturer/Kaiako in Theology

 

St John’s Theological College is an NZ Qualifications Authority recognised and Category One private training establishment (PTE) preparing missional leaders for Anglican ministry in Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific.

 

We are seeking a person with excellent teaching and pastoral skills, a higher degree in theology and connection to the Anglican Church to facilitate the learning of adult Anglican students on-site, regionally and online.

 

The role includes contribution to daily chapel, weekly common life groups, Faculty working groups and the development of transformational in-person and online pedagogies with three Tikanga content.

 

The position requires residence in accommodation provided at the College in Meadowbank, Auckland.

 

If you meet this description then please apply by Wednesday 1st December, 2020. We are managing all applications through SEEK online at: https://www.seek.co.nz/job/50820494 More information can be found there.

https://www.seek.co.nz/job/50820494

13/11/2020

01/12/2020

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