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  Asia Regional Representative




Overview

Global Scholars (www.Global-Scholars.org)—a Christian, faith-based organization—seeks a full-time Asia Regional Representative to serve the Society of Christian Scholars (www.SocietyofChristianScholars.org). The Society is growing academic community that equips ​Christian​ ​academics​ to have a ​redemptive influence​ for Christ among their students, colleagues, institutions, and academic disciplines. As the Asia Regional Representative, you will contribute to a local and global movement of believing scholars by partnering with Asian scholars to develop and implement strategies to mutually equip one another for Christ’s glory.

Qualities

Our international team of experts values colleagues who are humble (e.g., accept constructive criticism gracefully), who passionately and prayerfully pursue a call to serve believing scholars, who thrive on a team that relentlessly pursues excellence, who work well with others, who has a robust understanding of the Bible and theology, and who are mature leaders that manifest the “Fruit of the Spirit” in Galatians 5:22–23.

Qualifications & Experience

Terminal degree
Five years of experience in higher education
Conversant with Asian higher education
Citizen of an Asian country and who lives in Asia
Travel expected
Conversational fluency in English
Understands and pursues the integration of faith and scholarship
Intercultural experience and sensitivity
Demonstrated commitment  to holistic university ministry
Agreement with the Global Scholars statement of faith and core values

Position Description

View Position Description here.

Application Instructions

  • Submit a Cover Letter and CV (including references) to Dr. Keith Campbell  kcampbell@SocietyofChristianScholars.org by 30 September 2021. 
  • Interviews begin 2 November 2021
  • Position filled by 1 January 2022
The Society of Christian Scholars is designed for those in tertiary institutions (“higher education” in some nations) that enroll both Christians and non-Christians (open-enrollment) because conversations occurring among Christian scholars in open-enrollment institutions differ from those serving in faith-based institutions. For instance, in faith-based institutions, truths of the Christian worldview are assumed and form the basis for research and conversation. In contrast, the vast majority of open-enrollment institutions embrace a plurality of worldviews, resulting in different conversations and research projects. It is in this pluralistic context that the Society of Christian Scholars is called to promote the Christian worldview.

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