Website Tyndale House, Cambridge
Languages, history and cultural context of the Bible
Are you a biblical scholar with a passion for communicating the Bible to a wide audience? This is an exciting new role within a vibrant and growing charity. The role holder will work with the Tyndale House communications and academic teams to make biblical studies research accessible and open to a non-academic audience.
Tyndale House is a renowned institute for biblical studies and a residential research library which aims to grow an international research community, to present the value of the Bible at the highest academic level, to resource the Church to understand and trust the Bible, and to promote informed attitudes to the Bible.
This is a newly created role within the Communications team, which will work closely with the academic team to make biblical studies research accessible and open to a non-academic audience by the primary activity of producing popular communication based on pre-existing research and the secondary activities (1) recruiting andmentoring potential scholars and (2) producing original research.
The successful candidate will have a strong background in biblical studies research and have a commitment to sharing research on Bible languages, manuscripts and the ancient world with a non-academic audience.
For more information, the full job description and how to apply, please visit our webpage: https://tyndalehouse.com/jobs/vacancy-fellow-for-public-engagement/
Closing Date for Applications: Friday 29th April 2022
Start Date: Summer 2022
To apply for this job please visit tyndalehouse.com.