Lecturer at Namibian Evangelical Theological School
THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION AND DISCIPLESHIP
Lecturing and helping develop curriculum will be primary functions of this ministry at the Namibian Evangelical Theological School. (NETS). Evangelism and Missions are included in the coursework at NETS, and lecturers have the opportunity to take students out on short-term missions trips as part of the coursework.
A structured discipleship program is in place at NETS, and lecturers are expected to mentor a number of students on a regular basis. Students are required to participate in the discipleship program.
Additionally, there are many opportunities in the city and and outlying community to work with churches and outreach programs; lecturers could involve their students in their own ministry interests and use this interaction as mentoring, training and teaching time.
Personal Characteristics and Qualifications
Academic qualifications in Biblical or Theological studies are required, but the candidate would be expected to work in an interdisciplinary manner.
The ideal person will have a primary degree (BTh Hon or MDiv) or a research Master’s degree in Theology (MTh), a PhD in Theology, or a DMin in either Ministry or Theology. at least 2+ years either in a church or Bible school setting (NETS ideally is looking for individuals with 5 years pastoral ministry experience within their own cultural context and some ministry experience within an African context).
It is desirable for this individual to have cross-cultural experience in a racially/culturally diverse setting.
The ideal candidate will have the above qualifications and a personality ready to enter into dialogue and discipleship with students with whom he or she also has a formal teaching relationship.
Dec 14, 2017