Vacancy: Frederick Copleston Lecturer and Senior Research Fellow
FREDERICK COPLESTON LECTURER AND SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW IN THEOLOGY AND/OR PHILOSOPHY IN THE CATHOLIC TRADITION (FIXED-TERM)
Salary: £48,100 – £53,750, plus annual academic allowance of £2,680
Fixed Term Appointment (Five years, full-time)
Blackfriars Studium, a Catholic seminary mainly for members of religious orders and congregations, based at Blackfriars Priory in Oxford and run by the Order of Preachers (Dominicans), and Campion Hall, a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford and run by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), seek to appoint an outstanding scholar to teach and undertake research in Theology and/or Philosophy as these are pursued in the Catholic Tradition.
The post is an exciting new collaboration between two Catholic institutions, run by two different religious orders in one of the world’s greatest academic centres.
The role will involve teaching those who are studying for priesthood in the Roman Catholic Church, in addition to carrying out high-quality research. The successful candidate, therefore, will have an expert knowledge and understanding of the Catholic theological or philosophical tradition, as appropriate.
The deadline for applications is midday (UK time) on Monday, 12 April. Interviews are expected to take place online in late April or in May 2021, with a projected starting date in September 2021.
To apply, please download the job description, below, and submit your CV and other supporting documents as requested.
If you are unable to download this information, please contact the Academic Registrar of Blackfriars Studium: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blackfriars Studium and Campion Hall are committed to supporting diversity and equality of opportunity for all their staff.
Blackfriars Studium is part of the English Province of the Order of Preachers (also known as the Dominicans), a registered charity in England and Wales (231192) and in Scotland (SC039062).