TRINITY THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, PERTH - LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER IN THEOLOGY


Trinity Theological College, Perth, invites applications and expressions of interest for the position of full-time Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Theology and related areas (to begin July 2018 [negotiable]).

Trinity aims to equip people so that their ministries and lives will be shaped by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In order to teach and model such a ministry, applicants for this position will evidence a mature Christian faith and Christ-like character, along with a pastoral heart. They will also have clear reformed, evangelical convictions, including a commitment to expository preaching and biblical theology. Previous employment in church or mission contexts, ability to teach and serve in a tertiary environment, and strong preaching and ministry gifts are also expected. Academic qualifications for this position will include an MDiv (or equivalent) and a PhD with relevant specialization (Reformation studies an advantage). Candidates with less experience or who are currently in a PhD program are also encouraged to apply. Duties of this appointment will include: teaching, pastoral oversight and care of students, some research supervision, and full participation in the life and ministry of the College.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest demonstrating suitability, together with a curriculum vitae and the names of four relevant referees (including current pastor) via email to principalpa@ttc.wa.edu.au marked “Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Theology”. Questions about this position may be sent to the same email address.

Applications/nominations will be reviewed from 10 November 2017. For further information about the College please see our website (https://www.ttc.wa.edu.au/). Trinity is an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology (https://www.actheology.edu.au/).

One Mission Society

One Mission Society Opportunities


Do you have a passion for teaching and a love for students who are hungry to learn?

One Mission Society have the following opportunities:-



Please contact Matthew I. Ayars for further details at 
matt@ebshaiti.org 

  • Provost - Nigeria (West Africa Theological Seminary)
  • Seminary Professor - South Pacific: Minister part-time in one of two seminaries in the South Pacific. Work alongside OMS-related church pastors and their wives in an encouraging/challenging/coaching role.

Hospitality and Facilities Assistant Vacancy, Tyndale House

HOSPITALITY AND FACILITIES ASSISTANT, TYNDALE HOUSE, CAMBRIDGE

Tyndale House, Cambridge is seeking an enthusiastic person with a track record of supporting outstanding customer service along with experience of helping to maintain a safe and appealing environment for staff, visitors and residents.
This role offers a great opportunity to use your enthusiasm for customer service and professional expertise to work with the Buildings, Hospitality and Facilities Administrator to:  
  • help build and support a culture of high standards alongside offering warm and friendly hospitality  
  • be proactive about continuous improvement based on feedback from readers, residents and staff
  • administer all aspects of visitor administration
  • action maintenance requests as required
  • ensure compliance with Health and Safety, environmental management and other statutory legislation
  • organise conferences and events
  • occasional out of hours call-out for emergencies  
The successful candidate will have exceptional interpersonal skills, previous experience in a similar role in either hospitality or facilities or both, be highly motivated, and organised with great attention to detail. They will have the ability to work as part of a team and relate well with staff, trustees and the general public. A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages is essential.
Closing date:  12pm on Friday 1st September 2017

Application Process: To apply please send your CV and a letter application for the attention of Anna Stevens to hr@tyndalehouse.com

Teaching Opportunities in Nigeria - SIM

Teaching Opportunities in Nigeria. 


Serving in Mission (SIM) Nigeria is seeking teachers, short-term or long-tem, to serve in the colleges with which SIM is associated. For details please check the following link http://simnigeria.org/t-e-opportunities/ Minimum  qualification MA Please note: these are not salaried positions

For further information please contact Grant Birks: Grant.Birks@sim.org or John Hunt: John.Hunt@sim.org. Thank you. John Hunt, SIM Nigeria Acting Director

Library Assistant (Part-Time: Monday & Friday)

Tyndale House is a world class research library and service to readers and staff. An enthusiastic, friendly and well organised person, with an interest in the Bible and Biblical Studies, is sought to help maintain and develop an outstanding library service for readers, supporting the wider ministry of Tyndale House.

The role involves helping with the day-to-day administration of the library and services to readers and being responsible for assisting with the processing, shelving and conservation of the books, and in serving the needs of readers and staff.

The successful candidate will be an excellent team player who also welcomes the opportunity to work independently with minimal supervision. He/she will be flexible, able to carry out a wide range of tasks quickly and accurately, and enjoy working in the context of an international community of scholars. Training as required will be given.

For further details click here

Salary: £8.50 per hour

To apply, please email your CV and covering letter to: pa@tyndale.cam.ac.uk

Closing Date for Applications Friday 3 March 2017

Gospel Training Post At Johannesburg Bible College



The Johannesburg Bible College is looking for a trainer to help us further our vision of equipping and inspiring men and women for Bible teaching ministries. As a college we run a one-year classroom based course that trains pastors, apprentices and church members to understand God’s Word and effectively communicate it to others. Our training is based at two campuses in Johannesburg and Soweto, and we have sister works in Zimbabwe and Malawi. We also train in a number of other locations as the needs and opportunities arise.

Our student body is diverse. Some students come from extremely disadvantaged backgrounds, others are wealthy; some have degrees, others never finished school; some come from small churches, others from churches of 1000s; some have been Christians for years, others are new to the faith. We typically train students from a range of countries across Africa. Teaching them is enjoyable, challenging and stimulating.

This ministry at JBC requires a range of commitments, convictions and abilities, including:
• Commitment to the growth in depth of the church in sub Saharan Africa
• Evangelical and Reformed in theological convictions,
• Commitment to the development of dynamic expository teaching within the local church
• Some experience of teaching core Christian beliefs and Biblical exegesis to others
• Completed the Cornhill Training Course or similar
• A degree in theology
• Commitment to living a godly and prayerful life
• Ability to work with people from a variety of theological and cultural backgrounds
• Flexibility to meet the varied demands of the role and the particular challenges of ministry in
South Africa

The candidate will be part of our vibrant team and involved in teaching a variety of courses on different campuses. They may be required to travel occasionally elsewhere in Africa, and help in the shaping of how the college grows. The college would seek to use all skills that a successful candidate could offer to enable the work of the college and the candidates own ministry to thrive.

The candidate will be expected to be self-funded and to commit to JBC for at least three years.

More information on JBC, along with student testimonies, can be found on our website: www.jbc.org.za

If you are interested please email the principal, Nat Schluter on jbc@schluter.info or info@jbc.org.za

Research Associate in Old Testament

Tyndale House is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral Research Associate for a 24 month post funded through the Museum of the Bible. The purpose of Tyndale House is to foster biblical scholarship in service of the church and the postholder is required to subscribe to the core beliefs and ethos of the charity.

The main activities of the post are:

1) Research on Tyndale House projects, especially
    a. studying Old Testament personal names
    b. the grammatical alignment of modern language Bible translations with the Hebrew text.
2) Editorial work on the Tyndale Bulletin
3) Development of the research profile of the postholder
4) Spiritual mentoring and involvement in the promotion of Christian scholarship

The postholder is expected to have
• a completed PhD in Old Testament or a closely related area
• an excellent knowledge of Classical Hebrew and ability to read Ugaritic, Old and Imperial Aramaic and transliterated Akkadian
• high reading competence in two of the following languages: French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, or Russian

Salary: Competitive rates of pay apply

Closing Date for Applications: Wednesday 1 March 2017

For further details write to Anna Stevens (pa@tyndale.cam.ac.uk) or click here

Professor of Systematic Theology 

Union Theological College, 108 Botanic Avenue, Belfast, BT7 1JT


·         £40,125 – £48,884 per annum
·         Closes 24 February 2017

To design and develop the curriculum in the area of Systematic Theology as part of the Department of Systematic Theology & Church History, and to provide research-led teaching in keeping with the theological position of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.
  • Union Theological College is the denominational college of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and a constituent college of the Institute of Theology at Queen’s University, Belfast. The successful applicant will hold a PhD in Systematic Theology, be an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, or eligible to become such, and have 2 years’ experience of pastoral ministry in a Christian congregation, previous experience of teaching in an academic or educational environment, a record of research and publications in the area of Systematic Theology and an informed understanding of the main theological issues affecting the contemporary Christian Church.
The successful applicant will contribute to the work of the College in the training of students for ordained ministry in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, be a recognised teacher within the University’s Institute of Theology and engage in on-going academic research and publication.
The post will commence on 1st September 2017.

Applications Packs are available with full details of the post and may be obtained from the Personnel Department, Assembly Buildings, 2-10 Fisherwick Place, Belfast BT1 6DW. 

Telephone: +44 (0)28 9041 7255. Email: personnel@presbyterianireland.org

Applications should be returned to the Personnel Department, not later than 4pm on Friday, 24th February 2017.

- See more here

MUSEUM OF THE BIBLE INC Job Opportunity - Research Projects Coordinator 

Beginning 01 August 2017, the research projects coordinator of the Scholars Initiative, located in Oklahoma City, OK, will coordinate with the executive and associate director to plan, implement and support collaborative work on innovative research projects, which advance the museum’s commitment to “invite all people to engage with the Bible through … scholarly pursuits.” In particular, the programming of the Scholar’s Initiative fosters research projects in which scholars include outstanding students in rigorous research projects relating to the languages and material culture of the New Testament and Hebrew scriptures.


The Scholars Initiative has previously organized collaborative research projects on Greek papyri from the Roman era, Dead Sea Scroll fragments and Medieval Latin manuscripts. Most recently, projects exploring the nature of the Old Greek tradition of the Psalter and the Greek minuscule tradition of the Pauline Corpus have been developed, with programs on Syriac patristic t...

View full job description at: 
Museum of the Bible
7507 SW 44th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73179
museumoftheBible.org

LONDON SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
OLD TESTAMENT LECTURER or SENIOR LECTURER 
Role Description
Summary
  •  Responsible to the Academic Dean.
  •  Levels 4, 5, 6 and 7 lecturing, tutoring and pastoral care of students, setting and marking assessments and examinations, research supervision for the Master and Doctoral programmes, and publishing peer reviewed research.
Requirements
  •   The post holder must possess a PhD in Old Testament, be able to teach Hebrew at introductory and advanced levels, and preferably have supervised a doctoral student to completion. 
  •  The successful candidate will have a proven track record and an ongoing, viable programme of research.
  •   Lecturing experience and/or a qualification in lecturing at Higher Education level are desirable.
  • The person appointed will be a practising Christian, with ongoing active service in a local church, who is in full sympathy with the doctrinal basis of the School.
Lecturing
  • Lecturing includes both day time lectures, and occasional evening classes and conferences.
Tutoring
  •   The conduct of tutorials and seminars.
  •   Tutorial responsibilities, either as personal or group tutor.
  •   Pastoral care of students.
Marking and Exams
  •   The marking and second marking of assignments within the agreed time scale.
  •   Setting and marking exam scripts, exam invigilation and attendance at examiners’ meetings.
Career Development
  •   Further study and personal development: study day, conferences, continuing education and training.
  •   Sabbatical leave is not automatic but arranged with the Academic Dean after the submission of a satisfactory proposal for its use. 
General
  •   Chapel: full participation in the chapels and prayer groups, including leading
  • and speaking on occasions.
  •   Student applications: preliminary or formal interviews of prospective students.
  •   Committees: attendance and active participation at the Academic Board, Programme Boards of Study, 
  • and other School committees as required.
  •   Attendance at School events such as Graduation Day and the Laing Lecture.
  •   Any other reasonable duties as required by the Academic Dean.
Terms and Conditions
  •   Salary:        £34,597
  •   Hours:        This is a full-time post, i.e. 35 hours per week minimum 
  •   Holidays:      27 days per year
  •   Pension:      Eligible to join the LST Pension Scheme
  •   Probationary Period:    One academic year
  •   Notice Period:      One academic term minimum
  •   Start:        The job is expected to begin 1 September 2016. 
Application
  •   Further information can be obtained from the Academic Dean: graham.twelftree@lst.ac.uk
  •   Applicants should send the following to the Academic Dean as pdf documents attached to an email:
  • (a) Covering letter of application, 
  • (b) Curriculum vitae and 
  • (c) List of four referees, one of whom is to be the applicant’s senior pastor.
  •   Applications close Friday, 5.00 pm, 29 July 2016.
June 2016

Tutor in Old Testament - Spurgeon’s College

Tutor in Old Testament

Spurgeon’s College is committed to providing Christ-centred, biblically- rooted training in discipleship for the practice of mission and ministry.
The College is looking to recruit a Tutor in Old Testament, as our current tutor is retiring in the summer.
The applicant will teach on our undergraduate and post graduate programmes, take a key role in developing and shaping future Christian leaders and will have the opportunity to engage regularly in writing and research.
The candidate will be expected to participate fully in the life of the College community.
It is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is a Christian.
The closing date for applications is Friday 3rd June at noon

Interviews will be held on Monday 13th June.

Please go to the following link for more information: http://www.spurgeons.ac.uk/jobs

Research Projects Coordinator of the Scholars Initiative, located in Oklahoma City, USA


Research Projects Coordinator


Beginning 01 August 2016, the Research Projects Coordinator of the Scholars Initiative, located in Oklahoma City, Ok, will coordinate with the executive and associate director to plan, implement and support collaborative work on innovative research projects, which advance the museum's commitment to  invite all people to engage with the Bible through … scholarly pursuits.  In particular, the programming of the Scholar's Initiative fosters research projects in which scholars include outstanding students in rigorous research projects relating to the languages and material culture of the New Testament and Hebrew scriptures.


The Scholars Initiative has previously organized collaborative research projects on Greek papyri from the Roman era, Dead Sea Scroll fragments and Medieval Latin manuscripts.  Most recently, projects exploring the nature of the Old Greek tradition of the Psalter and the Greek minuscule tradition of the Pauline Corpus have been developed, with programs on Syriac patristics texts and the Lollard movement currently in active development.  Where appropriate, participating scholars will publish their findings within a Brill series dedicated to the artifacts and research interests of the Museum of the Bible.


Education/Experience
    • Doctoral degree from a research university
    • Facility in Greek and Hebrew
    • Demonstrated commitment to scholarly publication
    • Academic specialization in biblical languages and material culture


Duties
    • Significant travel to support relevant programs and events
    • Researching, planning, launching and working on collaborative research projects
    • Support program alumni within the Logos Fellows network by planning annual events and coordinating various resources including scholarships, books and networking opportunities
    • Collaborate with various other departments within the museum (esp. Curation and Development) in order to represent the scholarly character of the institution
    • The employee will support the mission and goals of MOTB and the Scholars Initiative in all ways as assigned


Skills preferred
    • Reading ability in secondary ancient languages (esp. Akkadian, Aramaic, Hittite, Sumerian, North Western Semitic dialects)
    • Research profile in Ancient Near Eastern languages and archeology
    • Affinity to scholarly digital tools
    • Spoken fluency in a modern foreign language
    • Effective strategies for communicating in writing, via video conferencing and face-to-face
    • Experience with event planning and coordination


Pay and benefits are competitive.  Candidates may submit a cover letter and CV by email to Mrs Molly McCloud, manager of human resources.  The cover letter should be addressed to Dr. Michael Holmes, executive director of the Scholars Initiative.  Please provide contact details for three references.   References and further materials will be requested from shortlisted candidates.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please direct any questions to Dr. Christian Askeland.

Union Theological College, Belfast: LECTURER IN BIBLICAL STUDIES, LECTURER IN HISTORICAL THEOLOGY

Union Theological College

LECTURER IN BIBLICAL STUDIES
LECTURER IN HISTORICAL THEOLOGY
(For 3 years in the first instance)

Salary Scale: £26,992 - £32,470 per annum

Union Theological College is the denominational college of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and a constituent college of the Institute of Theology at Queen’s University, Belfast. The successful applicants will hold a PhD in a relevant area, have 2 years’ experience of leadership in a Christian congregation or para-church organisation, a personal Christian faith, and be committed to working within the Christian ethos and doctrinal framework of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. They will contribute to the work of the College in the training of students for ordained ministry in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and be a recognised teacher within the University’s Institute of Theology. Both posts will commence on 1st September 2016.

Application Packs may be obtained from the Personnel Department, Assembly Buildings, Fisherwick Place, Belfast BT1 6DW  Tel: 028 90 417255, email: personnel@presbyterianireland.org Recruitment information may be viewed at www.presbyterianireland.org and information about the College may be viewed at www.union.ac.uk

Closing date for receipt of applications is 4.00 pm on Friday 29 April 2016.


Dom Hélder Câmara chair in Contextual Biblical Interpretation

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The Dom Hélder Câmara Chair in Contextual Biblical Interpretation
The interpretation of canonical texts in intersectional processes of meaning making is central to the manner in which societies imagine themselves and discern a way towards their own improvement. Such interpretation of the Christian Scriptures is a key aspect of the legacy of Dom Hélder Câmara. Studying such practices of interpretation recognizes the various socio-economic, socio-cultural, ideological, and religious factors that shape traditions and practices of interpretation and, therefore, employs a combination of empirical, historical, exegetical, and theological methods. Emphatically intercultural in its outlook, such research and teaching analyses reading practices of “real readers” in a variety of contexts both abroad and in the Netherlands. The chair continues a long-standing tradition of research and teaching in transformative interpretation of canonical texts in the Christian tradition and ensures the use and further development of existing intellectual capital at this faculty, as well as its societal valorization. The chair will have a specialization in New Testament studies and will be co-director of the Centre for Bible and Contexts. In that role, the professor will also coordinate the program Bridging Gaps, which enables non-Western students to further their studies in the fall term each year.

Tasks and Requirements
The profile of the chair and the required qualifications can be obtained from the secretary to the chair of the selection advice committee ms D. Roeleveld (bestuurssecretariaat.the@vu.nl).

Further particulars
 More info at: http://www.vu.nl/nl/werken-bij-de-vu/vacatures/2016/16040.aspx



CALL FOR APPLICATIONS by the Fragmentarium fellowship 2016 Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen
Fragmentarium is an international digital research laboratory for medieval manuscript fragments, which collaborates with about 15 major European and American libraries. This international scholarly network will enable libraries, collectors, researchers and students to upload medieval manuscript fragments and to describe, transcribe and assemble them online.

The grant will allow a scholar (postdoctoral candidate) to spend a period of minimum two to three months in St. Gallen, with the goal of carrying out a case study on the biblical fragments preserved at the Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen.


See more at: http://www.hsozkult.de/grant/id/stipendien-12563

Director of Taught Programmes

Cambridge Theological Federation

The Cambridge Theological Federation seeks to appoint a Director of Taught Programmes for its undergraduate and postgraduate taught awards.   
This is a new and strategic post. 
Working closely with the Registrar and a dedicated and experienced support team in the Office of the Registrar, the Director of Taught Programmes will lead the strategic development of the Federation’s suite of taught programmes. 
She/he will be responsible for overseeing the academic quality of the taught programmes, and liaising with the Directors of Studies, Stream Leaders and Module Leaders/Paper Coordinators to ensure quality in teaching and learning. The Director may also contribute to marketing and social media strategy and implementation. She/he will ensure compliance with programme regulations and oversee assessment and moderation arrangements. The key responsibility of the post is to oversee quality assurance of teaching and learning within the taught programmes. There are no line management responsibilities associated with this role.
The Director of Taught Programmes will contribute to the development, promotion and delivery of the Federation’s Teaching and Learning Strategy.  She/he will collaborate on opportunities for the strategic development of the curriculum or other appropriate areas of activity and contribute to the development of such ideas. 
Reporting to the Chair of the Curriculum Committee, the Director of Taught Programmes will be a member of the Federation’s Management Committee.
The post is offered at 0.4FTE.  
The funds for this post are available initially for three years. 
The successful applicant will work from the Federation’s offices at The Bounds, Westminster College.
Additional teaching work may be available outside the terms of this contract at the Federation’s prevailing rates.
The Cambridge Theological Federation is an ecumenical partnership, with over 300 students studying a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate awards.  Founded in 1972 and originally a partnership of three colleges, with a focus on preparing students for ordained ministry, the Federation now draws students from a wide range of backgrounds. Together the nine institutions of the Federation (Anglican, Methodist, Orthodox, Roman Catholic, United Reformed, ecumenical, and inter-faith) provide a richly diverse inter-denominational and inter-faith setting for teaching, learning and research.
The Federation’s focus on adult learners means that learning is collaborative, student-centred and flexible. There are over 60 teaching staff, skilled in research and committed to the development of teaching and learning (including distance learning). The awards are administered by the Office of the Registrar, which is overseen by a Management Committee consisting of the principals of each of the member institutions. 
The Federation works with the University of Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin University and Durham University to deliver a range of degrees and courses in theology at all HE levels.
The post is available from 1st January, 2016
The Federation values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity.
The Federation has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.
Further particulars are available from ctfreg@hermes.cam.ac.uk
To apply for this post, please submit your Curriculum Vitae (CV) together with a covering letter explaining how you meet the criteria for the role, and the names of two referees. 
Applications should be made in writing to: The Rev’d Dr Jane Leach. President. The Cambridge Theological Federation, The Bounds, Westminster College, Lady Margaret Road, Cambridge, CB3 0BJ
Applications should be received by 30th October, 2015 at 12:00 noon.
                               

Oak Hill College Tutor in Old Testament - JOB DESCRIPTION

 

Job Title:             Tutor in Old Testament

Reports to:         Academic Vice-Principal

Location:             Oak Hill College, Southgate, London

Application Closing Date:  November 6th

Start date:           August 2016

Aim of this Position

The College is looking for someone to help form and equip future ministers, both onsite and at distance, by teaching Old Testament at CertHE, FdA, BA and postgraduate levels. This will include Hebrew tuition and exegesis, supervising postgraduate students in Old Testament, and, possibly, New Testament modules.

Principal Accountabilities

1. To be responsible for delivering and developing modules in Old Testament on the direction of the Principal and the Academic Vice-Principal. Modules in other areas may also be prepared and taught where appropriate.

2. To play a full part in the academic administration of the College. Other commitments will include the interviewing of new students and participation in recruitment activities.

3. To mark exams and essays and fulfil other assessment requirements as directed by the Academic
Vice-Principal.

4. To take charge of a Fellowship Group and to accept responsibility for the leadership of that group and the personal nurture and encouragement of the students within it.

5. To participate in the life of the College in every way possible, including attendance at chapel, leading services and preaching as invited.

6. To research, write and publish in their field where appropriate.

7. To participate in appropriate professional development activities and to seek, through regular appraisals, to attain the highest possible standards in teaching.


Person Description

The person appointed will:

·         Be committed to the evangelical ethos of Oak Hill as set out in its Trust documents;

·         Possess, or be in the process of gaining, a doctoral qualification in Old Testament;

·         Be committed to both the pastoral and academic formation of students;
·         Demonstrate self-awareness regarding the dynamics of small team working and shared community life, together with an ability to make a positive contribution in both areas.

And ideally will:

·      Have research experience and a record of publications in the field;

·      Be an ordained minister in the Church of England;

·      Have an appropriate experience of Christian ministry and pastoral leadership;

·      Have the ability to teach outside Old Testament.


Remuneration

Remuneration and benefits are in line with the Academic Staff Remuneration and Benefits Scale (‘Lichfield Scale’) as determined by the Finance Panel of the Ministry Division of the Church of England Archbishops’ Council. Total package £52,544 pa consisting of basic salary £24,912 pa and allowances to the value of £27,632 pa (includes value of housing required for the post’s pastoral responsibilities, pension to a non-contributory stakeholder scheme, car and book allowances).

Notes for Applicants

Oak Hill College is independently owned by the Kingham Hill Trust.  The College is committed to partnership in the Gospel of Jesus Christ across denominational contours. It is authorised to train ordinands for the Church of England.  It also trains many students for evangelical ministry in independent churches.

The College is an Associate College of Middlesex University. Oak Hill is accredited by the University to validate its own undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes.

There is a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR) that the post-holder is a Christian. Regulation 7(2)a of the Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 applies.

Oak Hill College reserves the right not to make an appointment to this position.
Applications will be accepted until 6 November 2015.  For details of how to apply, email mindyc@oakhill.ac.uk.