Qualified applicants will hold a terminal degree in pastoral care, practical theology, ministry or related field; or be ABD in one of these fields. Highly qualified candidates with masters degrees may also be considered. A thorough knowledge of and appreciation for Catholic theological tradition and pastoral practice, including contemporary theology and practice of ministry, is essential. Successful applicants will have significant experience in teaching adults and undergraduates, an active interest in pursuing research, and a demonstrated record of success in ministerial formation, pastoral supervision, and field education for pastoral ministry. Teaching competency in another related field of theological and ministerial studies such as pastoral care and counseling, Catholic social teaching, ministerial ethics, cross cultural ministry, etc, and pastoral experience in a Catholic setting are highly preferred. Experience with online teaching is desirable.
The School of Ministry at the University of Dallas equips its students with the critical skills needed for theological reflection in a contemporary context of Catholic tradition, as well as the pastoral skills for service in the Catholic Church. For more information on the School of Ministry go to www.udallas.edu/ministry.
For a full description of the position and to apply see the University of Dallas Human Resources University of Dallas Human Resources webpage. To be considered candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, transcripts, and contact information for three references addressed to Dr. Daniel Luby, Director of Graduate Programs, School of Ministry by December 22.