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Heythrop Institute: Religion and Society, Heythrop College
|Job category||Administration / Continuing or permanent|
|Location||London, England, United Kingdom|
|Application deadline||Wednesday, October 3 2012 (local time)|
|Start date||October 2012|
Heythrop is a specialist college of the University of London, with around 1000 students, offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Philosophy and Theology. The Heythrop Institute: Religious and Society (HIRS), part of the College, is a centre for critical reflection on contemporary issues and is both a resource and a stimulus for formulating Christian responses to the many complex questions that arise today.
HIRS seeks to appoint a research and project administrator whose primary responsibility will be to coordinate the 21-month research project Visions for Educational Leadership (VfEL) which the Institute will carry out in collaboration with the Catholic Education Service. The VfEL project will use a theologically based action research methodology in order to build theological and ethical capacity for leadership in Catholic education in England and Wales. In addition, the post holder will act as general administrator of HIRS. The post is part-time - 0.6 fte with a split of 0.4 for the VfEL role and 0.2 for the HIRS Administrator role.
We are looking to attract someone with sound academic research experience, educated to postgraduate degree level in a relevant discipline (such as education, theology or social sciences), and who has experience in project management.
The post holder will also be a good communicator, able to work on his/her own initiative, and will have understanding and experience in the field of education and church school sector. Travel will be required at times, including overnight stays, to set up and supervise research activities.
Full details of the post and how to apply can be obtained via the College's website (in the Job Vacancies section) or by contacting the HR Manager, Ms Shadé Olutobi, telephone 020 7795 4205.
Closing date: Wednesday 3rd October 2012, by 6.00 pm. Interviews will take place in either the week commencing 15th or 22nd October 2012.
Heythrop College is committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunity for all.
Registered Charity No. 312923
|Time created||Monday, September 24 2012, 10:28pm|
|Last updated||Monday, September 24 2012, 10:28pm|
|Organisation's reference number||S1204-RA|
|Contact name||Ms Shadé Olutobi|
|Contact phone||020 7795 4205|
|Web address for more information||http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AFE992/research-administ...|