North Park Theological Seminary
Teaching Fellowship in Church HistoryNorth Park Theological Seminary, Chicago, invites applications and nominations for a full-time Teaching Fellowship in Church History (non-tenure track, 2 year appointment), starting Fall 2013.
The position will suit candidates with ABD status, for whom a reduced teaching load will be available, but is also open to those with a completed Ph.D. The successful candidate will be a member of seminary faculty for the duration of the appointment. The stipend for the Fellowship includes benefits and accommodation. It is essential that the individual appointed teach with an awareness of the global context of Church History and in a manner that explicates its relevance for ministry in culturally and ethnically diverse contemporary North American contexts. The successful candidate should also expect to develop teaching expertise in the denominational history of the Evangelical Covenant Church and be committed to its history, or to that of Pietism, as a research interest.
For full details of the position see http://www.northpark.edu/About/Prospective-Faculty-and-Staff/Seminary-Faculty-Openings. Interested parties should send their curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and a sample of scholarly work by February 8, 2013 to Dr. Stephen J. Chester, Acting Dean of Seminary Academic Programs, North Park Theological Seminary, 3225 W. Foster Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60625. Any questions relating to the position may be addressed to email@example.com. Women and ethnic minority candidates are encouraged to apply. North Park Theological Seminary and North Park University are equal opportunity employers.