Cherry Hill Seminary Seeks Chair of Theology and Religious History.
Chair of Theology & Religious History
Position: Chair of the Department of Theology and Religious History
Effective Date: to begin May, 2014 for one year with possible renewal
Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in Religious Studies, Masters in Divinity or other terminal degree in a relevant field from an accredited institution; support for core values of Cherry Hill Seminary and Pagan-centered ministry; experience working constructively with those in the Pagan community; comfort with web-based classroom and other communications technology needed to deliver high quality courses, such as Moodle and Skype, or willingness to learn via tutorial offered by CHS; access to both computer and telephone; regular access to high speed internet
DUTIES: Oversees course offerings: including scheduling, faculty hiring, supervision, and evaluation; syllabi review; course development; other tasks as assigned by the administration TIME: Approximately ten hours a week, flex-time
COMPENSATION: Free tuition each semester in one class offered at Cherry Hill Seminary, the opportunity to teach an occasional course and receive regular faculty fees, and the knowledge that you are helping to build a lasting institution that reflects your goals and values. Unfortunately, this is all that can be offered at the current time.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: Your letter of intent; curriculum vitae; three letters of recommendation; official transcript from institution awarding M. Div. or highest degree.
Letters of intent should be sent to email@example.com. Hard copies of all letters and original transcripts should be sent to Cherry Hill Seminary, P.O. Box 5405, Columbia, SC 29250-5405
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