Pacific Adventist University (PAU) wishes to recruit :

Click Here - Position Vacant – Deputy Vice Chancellor (DVC), Koiari Park Campus  Pacific Adventist University seeks an experienced, innovative and visionary academic leader who supervises the academic programs and policy development of the University. The role of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC) includes a wide variety of administrative services, which contribute to the efficient operation of the Academic Senate, the Schools and Deans of those Schools, the University Library and the Office of Research and Postgraduate Studies. It is expected that the incumbent will enjoy an active relationship with Jesus Christ as a baptized member in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, have a strong commitment to SDA Church’s mission, hold a PhD or equivalent qualification with a record of scholarly publication, and have an interest in and aptitude for cross-cultural service.

The DVC is appointed to hold office for a period of three years and may be reappointed to further terms of service


Closing Date: 30th September 2017


The appoiting body reserves the right to fill these positions at its discretion.

Applications:
Should you be interested in making an application for this position please request a position description from Dr. Raul Lozano via email. It is a requirement that applications must include a cover letter that addresses each of the selection criteria, an complete curriculum vitae (CV), and the names and contact details of five professional references. Applicants for this position must be active members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and their documents must be submitted to Dr. Raul Lozano via the email address outlined.

Please submit all applications to Raul Lozano (Vice Chancellor): 


Position Enquiries for the following Vacancies below should be directed to:

1. Dr Elisapesi Manson (Dean – School of Humanities, Education & Theology) +675 328 0335 or Elisapesi.Manson@pau.ac.pg (Click Link to Email)
2. Professor Jeff Crocombe (Deputy Vice-Chancellor) +675 328 0223 or Jeff.Crocombe@pau.ac.pg (Click Link to Email)

Click Here - Position Vacant – Director of Adventist Research in the South Pacific (CARSP) and Lecturer in Theology , Koiari Park Campus  
The School of Humanities, Education & Theology at Pacific Adventist University (PAU) wishes to recruit a Director of the Centre for Adventist Research in the South Pacific (CARSP) and Lecturer in Theology. The position is granted conjointly as Director, CARSP (0.5 load) and Lecturer in Theology (0.5 load).

The Duties of this position include, but are not limited to:
1. Providing effective management to the Centre including financial, resource and human resource management.
2. Actively promoting the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church including an accurate understanding of the life and work of Ellen G. White.
3. Leading out in the development of appropriate, up-to-date, and contextualized resources for administrators, ministers, teachers, and church members in the South Pacific on Ellen G. White and Seventh-day Adventist History.
4. Coordinating, leading, and resourcing a research program centred on Seventh-day Adventist History with particular reference to the South Pacific.
5. Developing a website incorporating relevant resources including historic documents and photographs, thereby documenting and promoting the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s heritage and mission in the
South Pacific. Coordinate, lead, and resource a program to collect and preserve primary sources and artefacts relating to the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.
6. Coordinating the Pacific Adventist University Archives: the official repository for unpublished, noncurrent University records of historical, fiscal, legal, social, or administrative value.


Click Here - Position Vacant – Lecturer (History) in the School of Humanities, Education & Theology, Koiari Park Campus  
The School of Humanities, Education & Theology at Pacific Adventist University is seeking an experienced Lecturer to teach in the area of History. A completed MPhil or equivalent degree in History is required, while completed PhD or equivalent degree in History is preferred. Experience in postgraduate supervision and a record of research will be highly regarded.

Click Here - Position Vacant – Lecturer (New Testament) in the School of Humanities, Education & Theology, Koiari Park Campus  
The School of Humanities, Education & Theology at Pacific Adventist University is seeking an experienced lecturer to teach in the area of New Testament.
A completed PhD or equivalent degree in New Testament and the ability to teach Greek is essential. Experience in postgraduate supervision
and a record of research will be highly regarded. The Duties of this position include, but are not limited to:


Principal Responsibilities for the two Lecturing positions are:
1. To provide innovative, motivating and challenging teaching based on sound scholarly activity which maximises learning.
2. To work effectively with colleagues to support, produce and promote high-quality, ethical research.
3. To build a culture that balances high performance with a harmonious and constructive work environment across and within the School.
4. To promote, by influence and example, the philosophy, mission, objectives and values of the University, and integrate these into the teaching process as appropriate.
5. To demonstrate commitment to Jesus Christ and the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church


Closing Date: 13th October 2017

The appoiting body reserves the right to fill these positions at its discretion.


Applications:
Applications must include a cover letter that addresses each of the selection criteria listed, a complete CV, and the names of 3 referees: 2 of whom must be professional. All applicants for this position must be active members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

PAU is an equal opportunity employer and particularly encourages applications from females for these positions.

Please submit all applications to Mr Geoffrey Matainaho (Director of Human Resources)