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London School of Theology has been serving the church world-wide for over 75 years, 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.

It is important that anyone employed by the London School of Theology is in sympathy with the aims and objectives of the college.

Karen Minashi
HR Manager
Karen Minashi

Part-time Catering Assistant

Job Summary

London School of Theology seeks a Catering Assistant to join its friendly and busy catering team.  This is a part-time role of up to 20 hours per week, including evenings and one day at the weekend (preferably Sunday).  Some flexibility of hours is important especially between term and outside term-time.

Tasks include setting up dining room for student meals; heating and serving lunch to students; clearing away and washing up duties; keeping the kitchen tidy and to a high standard of cleanliness; assisting chefs and serving conference guests.

Previous catering experience will be an advantage.  The postholder will take pride in their work, be well organised and be able to work effectively as part of a team.

As well as a generous hourly rate and free, on site parking, benefits include 24 days annual leave per annum plus Bank Holidays (pro-rata for part-time), and additional leave between Christmas and the New Year.

All candidates must have the right to work in the UK and be able to start work as soon as possible.

Application Process:

If this role is of interest, please forward a short covering letter explaining the reasons for your interest and why you are suitable to

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt so please apply promptly.

Marketing and Communications Manager

Job Summary

The Marketing and Communications Manager is key to the delivery of our ambitions for institutional growth. Key performance indicators include working closely with the Recruitment & Admissions Manager to increase student recruitment by 25% over five years by improving our visibility across all the forms of media – print, broadcast, online and social media.

Application Process:

Applicants should send the following to the HR Manager ( as pdf documents attached to an email:

a. Covering letter of application in which you specifically state how you meet the requirements of the Person Specification)
b. Curriculum vitae
c. List of three referees (these will not be taken up without the candidate’s permission)

Candidates are encouraged to submit their applications promptly as these will be considered upon receipt after 4th January 2023.

Opportunities for Practical Theologians

Job Summary

The London School of Theology is developing a new MA programme in Ministry Studies (subject to successful validation) and is keen to hear from experienced practical theologians who are interested in joining our team of course writers and teachers. Modules to include Practical Theology and Reflective Practice, Pastoral Care, Models of Leadership, Ministry in Context and more. Potential course writers will need to have sufficient time available in 2023 with work starting January 2023 or earlier. Applicants should have a PhD, ideally in a relevant field, and experience of online delivery is a plus.

Application Process:

To apply, please first complete our Visiting Lecturer Application Form. If you have already completed this form, please contact stating your interest, which modules or topic areas would most interest you and your availability. If you applied some time ago, attaching your latest CV would also be helpful. Please register your interest as soon as possible.

Candidates are encouraged to apply promptly as applications will be reviewed upon receipt.

Visiting Lecturers

Opportunities arise regularly for Visiting Lecturers to join our team, for one-off or regular teaching, both on our campus and online. If you are interested in being considered for VL teaching at LST please complete this form: Visiting Lecturer Application Form. This will add you to our database and we will get in touch if you are shortlisted for a particular opening. If you do not hear from us it is because no suitable opportunities have arisen.

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