Intercultural Studies - Assistant or Associate Professor (Tenure Track)
California Baptist University
This position in our Intercultural Studies program is responsible for teaching courses related to global Christianity, missions, church planting, and/or community development; actively recruiting majors and minors; and strengthening the emphasis on God’s global purpose throughout the University campus and local churches. The successful candidate will join a diverse and dynamic faculty within the School of Christian Ministries.
Candidates should have a personal passion for evangelism and discipleship, along with significant experience in missions or church planting; should demonstrate effectiveness in teaching, leadership, and interpersonal relationships/networking; have a Ph.D. in Missiology/Global Christianity/Intercultural Studies (if enough intercultural missions experience, the Ph.D. may be in another biblical or theological discipline); be an active member of a Southern Baptist church; and fully and conscientiously embrace the Baptist Faith and Message (2000).
24 units annually
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Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies
The Cook School of Intercultural Studies, Biola University, announces a full-time, possible tenure track faculty position beginning Fall 2019 for the Graduate Department in the areas of missiology, anthropology, intercultural studies, and/or intercultural education. Depending on the expertise of the faculty member engaged, the candidate should demonstrate:
- Capacity to support students in dissertation research and writing;
- Ability to teach courses in our graduate programs;
- Relevant practical experience;
- Strong, current qualitative research capacity;
- Background in theological studies.
Applicants must have:
- PhD degree (or equivalent) in Intercultural Studies, Adult Education, Missiology, Anthropology, or another relevant field;
- Ability to teach online;
- Demonstration of excellent teaching skills;
- Demonstration of research capabilities;
- At least two years of cross-cultural field experience.
Biola is committed to diversity and seeks faculty who can contribute to multicultural understandings. Candidates should be able to demonstrate their ability to work effectively with diverse populations, female and male students and colleagues, and to integrate multicultural content and issues into their teaching. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Biola is an Evangelical Christian university in which faculty are required to endorse a university-wide statement of faith and learning. Address your letter of application to Dr. Leanne Dzubinski, Associate Dean.