Assistant Undergraduate Coordinator/Lecturer

An opportunity has opened up in the Mission Education Team for an Assistant Undergraduate Coordinator/Lecturer. The Undergraduate programme has grown significantly in the last year so this role will support the undergraduate coordinator in the in the design, delivery and teaching of the undergraduate programme in the light of this growth.

The Assistant Undergraduate Coordinator/Lecturer is a permanent, 7 hours per week role, with a starting salary of £6,137 per annum (£30,690 full-time equivalent), and a generous pension scheme contribution. The role will be based at CMS House, Oxford.

The successful candidate will have Theological or missiological qualification to MA level. He/she will have experience of working with students at Undergraduate level, teaching experience at Undergraduate level and networking experience. He/she will have the ability for supervise dissertations, to lead small tutorial groups, to design assignments and curriculum, to manage his/her own administration and to proficient use Microsoft Office, as well as being able to interface with Moodle. It is also a requirement for this post holder to be a practicing Christian who is committed to CMS’s values and aims which are detailed on the website.

Further details can be found in the job description and person specification available to download below. 

Closing date for receipt of completed applications:

  • Midnight on Sunday 01 December 2019
  • Interviews will be held on Tuesday 10 December 2019 at CMS House in Oxford.

To apply:

Please send a completed Application Form and CV to the HR team detailing why you are suitable for the role to jobs@churchmissionsociety.org

Candidates for all UK roles must already be eligible to work in the UK, with a valid visa and work permit if required.

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