Two Positions in Biblical Studies at the Australian Catholic University

The Australian Catholic University has two positions in biblical studies going in its Sydney and Melbourne campuses. Here’s the description of the posts:

Australian Catholic University is a public university open to all, with six campuses located in Brisbane, Sydney (2), Canberra, Melbourne and Ballarat.

As the Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies, you will join the University-wide community of theologians and philosophers and contribute to the School of Theology which is growing in strength, output and profile. You will teach undergraduate and postgraduate students in the discipline of Biblical Studies and in the University’s Core Curriculum, while conducting research and research training and undertaking associated administration.

To be successful in this position, you will possess a Doctorate in Biblical Studies, demonstrating expertise in Catholic approaches to the study of Scripture. You will demonstrate evidence of quality teaching of Old Testament or New Testament studies at tertiary level, be proficient in one or more biblical languages and demonstrate research output. You will also provide evidence of your capacity to supervise higher degree research students and make a significant contribution to the discipline at a national or international level.

Total remuneration valued to $97,538 – $115,104 pa, including salary component $82,421 – $97,313 pa (Academic Classification Level B), or $122,074 – $132,532, including salary component $103,271 – $112, 209 (Academic Classification Level C), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. The level of appointment will depend on the successful candidate’s qualifications, skills and experience.

Good grief, for that money, I might even cross the Tiber!

  • Ian Thomason

    G’day, Mike.

    Had you stayed in your former profession, taken a commission, and made it to Field Rank; you wouldn’t need to be considering a crossing of the Tiber ;)
    However, both the guild of New Testament biblical studies and the wider evangelical movement would’ve been the poorer. You do good.

    God bless,

    Ian

  • http://www.facebook.com/michael.barber.10 Michael Barber

    Well, now.. selling indulgences doesn’t seem so bad now, does it? ; )


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