The School of Theology and Ministry seeks a full-time Assistant Professor or higher in New Testament on the Bethany, Oklahoma main campus. This will be a one-year (9 month) position beginning in August 2019.
Southern Nazarene University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and the State Board of Education. SNU is a private, liberal arts university whose mission is to make Christlike disciples through higher education in Christ-centered community. For more information about SNU, see our website: www.snu.edu
All employees of the university sign a Faith and Life Covenant in harmony with the values and expectations of the Church of the Nazarene and the university.
Teach 12 hours per semester, in the areas of New Testament Greek, New Testament exegesis, and General Education for the department
Ability to engage in critical thinking
Ability to maintain confidentiality and manage confidential information
Ability to collaborate with other faculty and staff, and maintain collegial relations
Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form
Candidates wishing to apply for this position should submit the following when given the opportunity to upload documents to our online application:
A letter of application
A one-to two-page statement of faith
A two-page statement highlighting the candidate’s perspective and understanding with regard to the integration of Christian faith and learning
Three letters of reference
Copies of academic transcripts
Review of applications will begin immediately and priority will be given to applications submitted by March 22, 2019. The position will remain open until filled.
Earned doctorate in New Testament from an accredited institution. ABD candidates may also be considered
Evidence of Christian commitment and active church involvement
Commitment to the Wesleyan theological tradition
Commitment to the preparation of women for ministry
Prior successful teaching experience at the undergraduate level in face-to-face setting
Experience in contexts of diversity in research, scholarship and teaching
Ordination in the Church of the Nazarene, or sister denomination in the Wesleyan tradition