Whatever your role at London School of Theology, you’ll help make a difference to our students and to the church as a whole. Learn more about opportunities for academic and professional services staff below.
London School of Theology has recently celebrated 75 years serving the church world-wide, with over 7000 graduates in all corners of the globe. As an independent, non-denominational, evangelical theological college, we offer a range of programmes from certificate and undergraduate to postgraduate and research.
Are you an enthusiastic, well organised and versatile individual? Do you want to use your marketing knowledge and experience to successfully implement marketing and communications plans?
We now have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic marketer to join our busy team. We are looking for an experienced Communications and Marketing Assistant to help us recruit high quality students from around the world and the United Kingdom across all undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes.
You’ll be passionate about a career in marketing and have excellent written and verbal communication skills. You will be self-directing, with an enthusiastic and proactive approach and the ability to develop collaborative working relationships and be able to communicate effectively with a wide range of stakeholders.
You will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and proven time management and prioritisation skills. You will also be willing to travel to recruitment events. The nature of the role means that there will be a requirement for occasional weekend and/or evening working.
This role would ideally suit someone with some experience of working in a busy marketing or related role, with the ability to coordinate campaigns independently as well as offer marketing input to wider campaigns, who is seeking to develop a career in marketing.
London School of Theology is seeking a Lecturer in Philosophy and Ethics for Theology. The role involves the following three main areas of work.
1. Teaching and supervision. In areas such as philosophy and ethics, the lecturer is responsible to the Academic Dean for:
• Teaching, tutoring and supervising at all levels and modes of educational delivery;
• supervising postgraduate research and commensurate attendant responsibilities and;
• exercising basic pastoral care of students.
2. Research. In line with the post holder’s teaching field there is the expectation to:
• maintain a viable, ongoing programme of research and
• engage actively in the wider academic community, especially through high-level academic
3. Administration. The post holder is expected to undertake administration to facilitate the effective running of the academic programmes.