ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL GREEK
Sattler College invites applications for a full-time position as Assistant Professor of Biblical Greek. The professor should expect to teach a variety of Bible courses, but the main task will be to develop the Koine Greek program. All of our students take at least one year of Greek, so this course will shape the student experience in a profound way.
The faculty member should have an interest in using communicative methods (TPR, TPRS) blended with grammar-translation methods. We favor leading with communicative methods, then reinforcing with traditional grammar. There are three primary metrics that this faculty position is evaluated on:
- Students should be excited to use and build on their Greek after the course is finished.
- By the time the course is finished, students should have built up habits of regularly using Greek in their personal reading of Scripture.
- Students should be able to have a basic exegetical competence to discern the meaning of a text and provide evidence for a position by being able to responsibly parse words and utilize lexicons.
The applicant must have a master’s degree or higher, though a doctoral degree is preferred. The role also provides the opportunity to write books and generate media that we hope will advance the pedagogy of communicative Koine Greek more broadly. We are not a research university but aspire to be a thought-leading institution in the instruction of biblical languages. The position begins in the fall of 2019.
Finally, we especially seek faculty that can support the founding precepts of the College, harmonious with the beliefs of the historic Christian faith, listed on our webpage: http://www.
The faculty member’s primary duty will be the instruction of assigned classes under the supervision of the Dean or direct supervisor. In addition to teaching responsibilities, the instructor must have the flexibility to be available for secondary duties and roles associated with College operations and growth and be committed to professional development. The faculty member must abide by and support policies set forth by Sattler College and must be committed to the College’s goals and objectives.
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
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