Job Vacancies

We are currently recruiting for 2 positions. Take a look at our career opportunities as part of the dedicated teams at London School of Theology.

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.

Karen Minashi
HR Manager
Karen Minashi

London School of Theology is seeking a Principal to lead the organisation forward for the future. We are seeking a person of strategic vision, personal spirituality, and a heart for people with an ability to inspire them.

London School of Theology (LST) is a world class institution which exists to serve the world-wide church by educating individuals, equipping local churches and engaging in leading research. The School, under the leadership of its Trustees and Executive Team has developed a new strategic vision for 2019-2025. This is a strategy for growth, consolidating LST’s position as the largest evangelical interdenominational theological college in Europe.

There is an occupational requirement for the post-holder to be a practising Christian in accordance with the Equality Act 2010: Part 1, Schedule 9.

Library 2 Won Kim
PA & Administrator

London School of Theology is recruiting for the post of PA and Administrator, set within the context of a regulatory environment that is governed under the Higher Education and Research Act 2017.

The post-holder will play a key role in the development of our response to the emerging regulatory environment.

The post-holder will be of crucial support to the Academic Secretary, not least to help ensure that London School of Theology meets the ongoing registration conditions of Office for Students and to undertake activities that will support the institution to assure quality, meeting of ongoing reporting requirements and supporting students to access, succeed and progress from higher education.

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