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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.

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

PA to Principal and Academic Dean

Application Process and Closing Date:

Applicants should send the following to the HR Manager, Karen Minashi (recruitment@lst.ac.uk) as pdf documents attached to an email:

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

Interested applicants are welcome to have a conversation with the HR Manager prior to applying.

Candidates are encouraged to apply early as applications will be considered upon submission.

Fundraising Manager

Application Process and Closing Date:

Applicants should send the following to the HR Manager, Karen Minashi (recruitment@lst.ac.uk) as pdf documents attached to an email:

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

Interested applicants are welcome to have a conversation with the HR Manager prior to applying.

Candidates are encouraged to apply early as applications will be considered upon submission.

Administrator - Theology, Music & Worship Programmes

Application Process and Closing Date:

Applicants should send the following to the HR Manager, Karen Minashi (recruitment@lst.ac.uk) as pdf documents attached to an email:

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

Interested applicants are welcome to have a conversation with the HR Manager prior to applying.

Closing date for receipt of applications: Noon, Monday 30 May 2022

Interview Date: Tuesday 7 June 2022

Visiting Lecturer - BA Theology and Counselling programme

London School of Theology is looking for Visiting Lecturer(s) (VL) to teach three Counselling modules in the academic year 2022-23 as part of our BA Theology and Counselling programme. These modules are taught in weekly lectures – usually Thursdays – at our campus in Northwood and the teaching & assessment fee is approx. £1300 per 10 credits. Term dates are available here.

  • Relational Growth 2 (20 credits). Aim: To engender self-reflection, integration, evaluation, criticality and reflexivity through group process and the development of reflective writing skills; to enable students to work competently with the range of their own inclusive spirituality in relation to themselves and others. Details: taught in small groups, 2 hours/week – 2 semesters (22 weeks teaching + assessment period)
  • Relational Growth 3 (20 credits). As above but for Level 6.

Requirements for above:  Both modules are experiential process groups. The VL should be BACP-accredited (or equivalent) with experience in facilitation of process groups, ideally in a training context.

  • Relational Theory 3 (20 credits) – Aim: To enable students to deepen their understanding of our relational, integrative approach to psychotherapy in relation to advanced clinical concepts; to support students in their critique of psychotherapeutic theories and approaches from a theological perspective. Details: taught in lectures, 2 hours/week – 1 semester (11 weeks teaching)

Requirements for above module: The VL should be BACP-accredited (or equivalent) with at least a MA/MSc, and classroom teaching experience.

This post could be split if required.

To apply please complete our VL application form, click here. All Visiting Lecturers must sign LST’s Doctrinal Basis and maintain the key values outlined in its Ethos Statement. LST particularly welcomes applications from BAME candidates as they are currently under-represented within its Faculty. Questions should be sent to christopher.steed@lst.ac.uk.

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