Category : Job opportunities

Director of Reflective Pastoral Supervision – Wesley House, Cambridge

Director of Reflective Pastoral Supervision – Vacancy A Director of Reflective Pastoral Supervision (RPS) is sought for appointment by the Wesley House Trustee/Directors from 1 May 2024 to succeed The Revd Bill Mullally on the academic staff of this globally significant reflective pastoral supervision training provider. Further information can be found at

Post-doctoral research associate vacancy – Wesley House, Cambridge

A Post-doctoral Research Associate is sought for appointment by the Wesley House Trustees/Directors from 15 January 2024. http://Post-doctoral Research Assistant vacancy – Wesley House ( This is a two-year fixed term appointment. Applications are invited from early career Christian ethicists and public or political theologians whose scholarship relates the Christian faith to contemporary social issues […]

Invitation to Tender – Understanding the Wellbeing of Disabled Clergy

We’re looking for researchers for a new Living Ministry study on the wellbeing of disabled clergy. Invitation to Tender Understanding the Wellbeing of Disabled Clergy Contact: Dr Liz Graveling, Key dates: Deadline for submissions: 30th October 2023 Project completion: 30th November 2024

Research Opportunity at Ripon College Cuddesdon

Ripon College Cuddesdon is conducting a small qualitative research project exploring experiences of marital breakdown during the first phase of initial ministerial education for ordained ministry in the Church of England, i.e. when ordinands are training at a theological education institution. We are looking to commission an experienced qualitative researcher to conduct up to 10 […]

Academic appointment in Practical Theology

Nazarene Theological College invites applications for a post in Practical Theology effective January 1st, 2024. The appointment will initially be for a one-year probationary period, with the expectation of a permanent rolling contract to take effect subsequently. The closing date for applications is May 15th, 2023. First interviews (video-conferenced) will be during the week from […]

Call for Applications: Psychology Cross-Training Fellowship Programme for Theologians

The University of Birmingham is running a 16-month fellowship program for theologians to help them engage with psychological science in their research.  These fellowships are designed to provide the opportunity for theologians to break down disciplinary barriers and engage more deeply with psychological research to further theological exploration and practice. The fellowships will offer support […]

PhD Scholarship Opportunity from Liverpool Hope University

Liverpool Hope University (UK) is advertising 25 Vice-Chancellor’s PhD Scholarships. Details are available at: This award would cover full tuition fees and a monthly maintenance grant each year (paid in monthly instalments) for a maximum of three years of full-time doctoral study. There are several projects across the University that applicants may apply […]

Church Army – part time researcher position

Part-time Researcher (Qualitative) Location: Sheffield Wilson Carlile Centre Closing date: 10th November 2022 £26,975 per annum (pro-rata) Church Army are looking for someone with enthusiasm for research and the difference it can make, to join our team. You will be involved in the design and delivery of mixed method research projects, contributing particularly to the […]

Church Army – Senior Researcher position

Senior Researcher (Evangelism Project Lead) Location: Sheffield Wilson Carlile Centre Closing date: 10th November 2022 £35,620 per annum Church Army are looking for a Senior Researcher to take a significant lead in a new high profile research project on effective evangelism. If you get curious when the words ‘effective’ and ‘evangelism’ are used together, have […]

Understanding the Wellbeing of Working-Class Clergy: Invitation to Tender

This week the Church of England Ministry Development Team is launching their invitation to researchers to tender for a role in the ongoing Living Ministry research project, this time with a focus on the experience of Working-Class clergy. It is widely accepted that the Church of England is disproportionately middle class, in terms of both […]