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No 6166

Wednesday 11 November 2009

Vol cxl No 7

pp. 205–228

External Notices

Cambridge Theological Federation

The Federation is seeking to appoint a graduate with excellent administrative and people skills to cover the sabbatical leave of its B.A. Director. Experience of higher education administration or its equivalent is essential.

The Federation ( brings together a number of institutes and courses through which people of different denominations train for Christian ministry and service. Working closely with the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University, it offers a range of degree courses and other forms of training in Cambridge and across the Eastern Region. With more than 40 academic staff and over 650 students, it is one of the largest providers of ministerial training in the UK. The B.A. Director co-ordinates and manages the undergraduate degree programme validated by Anglia Ruskin University.

Cover is required on a part-time basis (two days a week) from January to August 2010, but an earlier start date may be possible. The salary is £34,500, pro rata, plus expenses, and the Director’s work is supported by a full-time administrative assistant.

For further information, please contact the Federation’s Registrar, Mrs Rowena Small (tel. 01223 741047, email Applications in the form of a curriculum vitae and covering letter should be sent to the Registrar, Cambridge Theological Federation, Wesley House, Jesus Lane, Cambridge, CB5 8BQ, to arrive no later than 12 noon on Friday, 20 November. References will be taken up before the interviews, which will be held in Cambridge in the period 25 November to 4 December 2009.

Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations

The inaugural lecture of the Academic Director of the Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations, Dr Lars Fischer, will take place on 1 December, at 5.30 p.m., in the Garden Room of St Edmund’s College. The lecture is entitled Liberal theology and ‘The Jews’. All are welcome.