Room for Doubt Temporary Project Manager
Lincoln Christian University is searching for a temporary part-time Room for Doubt Project Manager for University Advancement for a potential start of January 2017.
- Submissions will be accepted until January 2, 2017 or until position is filled.
New Testament Professor (Seminary)
Lincoln Christian University (LCU) seeks qualified applications for a full-time (rank open) faculty member in New Testament, effective June 1, 2017. Primary teaching responsibilities will be in LCU’s embedded Seminary.
Qualifications: research doctorate (PhD or equivalent) in New Testament or directly related field (ABD may receive consideration); demonstrated achievement or potential in classroom teaching and of scholarly contribution, and experience in or willingness to train for online instruction; evidenced collegiality with faculty and collaboration with others; balanced commitment to the Church, to Christian higher education, and to the broader academy. Experience in vocational ministry is preferred. Given the nature of this position, preferential consideration will be given to active members of the independent Christian Churches or Churches of Christ.
Responsibilities for the position include teaching, supervising student research and writing, recruiting, advising, mentoring students outside the classroom, and engaging in scholarly research and writing.
Review of applications will begin September 15, 2016 and continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, C.V., and three letters of recommendation from professional or academic references to Marla Bennett, Director of Human Resources, Lincoln Christian University, 100 Campus View Drive, Lincoln, IL, 62656, or hr@LincolnChristian.edu.
Applicants should be prepared to respond to LCU’s mission, core values, and statement of faith. Submit cover letter, resume, and references to Marla Bennett, director of Human Resources, by email at email@example.com.
Lincoln Christian University was founded in the heart of Illinois in 1944. Today, more than 1,000 students pursue their undergraduate, seminary, and adult and graduate studies education at our main campus, extension sites, and online. Our alumni have served across the United States and in more than 165 countries. LCU gives its students the knowledge, skills, and biblical worldview to live their mission in the church, the workplace, and the world. LCU offers a variety of majors and degrees ranging from professional, two-year associate degrees to the Doctor of Ministry. The school is historically associated with the independent Christian Church and Church of Christ or Restoration (Stone‐Campbell) Movement. View the rest of our website for additional information about Lincoln Christian University.
Lincoln Christian University does not discriminate in employment practices on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, gender, disability, or prior military service. LCU encourages applicants who will contribute to the cultural diversity of the University to apply and to identify themselves if they wish. Federal guidelines clearly recognize the right of church-related institutions to seek personnel who will support the goals of the institution, including the right to select members of the church to which the institution is related.