The Pacific Theological College is one of the higher education provider in Fiji to achieve this prestigious accreditation from the Fiji National Provident Fund. Local students can now take this advantage to pay there fees through the FNPF Education Assistance Scheme.
The Pacific Theological College (Suva, Fiji Islands) is seeking to recruit a full-time staff member for the areas of “Academic Skills and English”, ideally to begin work as soon as possible.
The person appointed will teach courses in relevant areas at PTC, primarily but not exclusively at Bachelor and Masters levels. In addition, they may offer limited individual support for students in these areas. Editing of manuscripts generated at PTC may also form part of the work.
Deadline for Applications: Open until filled.
Please address informal inquiries as well as formal applications to: The Acting Principal of PTC, Rev. Dr Gwayaweng Kiki, firstname.lastname@example.org
Position Description: Academic Skills and English.
Applicants should also read our vacancies page.
The Pacific Theological College (PTC) is an ecumenical institution serving the Pacific Islands region. The person appointed is expected to be sympathetic to the aspirations of the island nations of the region, open to diversity and the values of their cultures, and willing to serve in an ecumenical community.
We are looking for a responsible Receptionist & Administration Officer to perform a variety of administrative and clerical tasks. Duties of the Administrative Assistant include providing support to our managers and employees, assisting in daily office needs and managing our company’s general administrative activities. The Position is based in Suva.
The person appointed should be efficient, accurate, enthusiastic and a team player, able to perform administration duties from data entry to reporting and assisting with Finance & Administration. You will require minimum supervision.
- Answering and directing phone calls.
- Organizing and scheduling appointments.
- Planning meetings and taking detailed minutes.
- Write and distribute email, correspondence memos, letters, faxes and forms
- Develop and maintain a filing system.
- Update and maintain office policies and procedures.
- Order Office Supplies and research new deals and suppliers
- Maintain contact list
- Act as the point of contact for internal and external clients
- Hold Accounting or Administration qualifications up to Diploma or equivalent with at least 5 years relevant work experience.
- Be proficient with data processing skills in Word / Excel / Power point etc.
- Any other duties assigned by the Director of Finance & Administration/or the Principal.
Starting Range $8,500 – $10,500 depending on qualifications and experience
Applications to include a CV with 3 references and sent to:
Mr. Sanjeet Pratap Singh
The Director – Finance & Administration
Pacific Theological College
Private Mail Bag
Closing Date for Applications: 16 June 2017.
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Pacific Theological College (PTC) is looking for full-time short-term lecturer for its Theology and Ethics Department. This is to cover sabbatical leave of the current Head of Department, Dr Vaai. The period to cover will be from mid-April (Semester 1B begins 16 April 2018) to the beginning of September (Semester 2A ends 7 September 2018). Actual start and finish dates will be negotiated with successful candidate.
For full details see the Job Description, and see our Vacancies page
Please send enquiries and applications for this position (full academic CV and letter of application) to:
Dr Upolu Vaai, email@example.com and Dr Richard Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications must be received by 31 July 2017.
The Pacific Theological College celebrated 500 years of the Reformation with a programme of lectures and workshops on 17–18 March 2017. The programme is here: Programme
Here are some of the sermons and presentations from that event (all PDF files):
Sermon at Opening Worship: Sermon on Romans 5:1-11, by Rev. Dr Ralph Weinbrenner, PTC
Keynote Address: “Here I stand: The truth vis a vis unity in Christ. Reformation perspectives as seen from the Land of Reformation in Relation to Ecumenism in Oceania”, by The Rev. Dr. Dr. h.c. Traugott Farnbacher, Secretary for PNG, Pacific and East Asia, Centre Mission OneWorld, ELCBavaria
Summary of Keynote Address: Nokise Keynote, by The Rev. Professor Dr Feleterika Uili Nokise, summarised by Rev. Dr Val Ogden
Departmental Workshop: Demonizing Dissenters, by Rev. Dr Ralph Weinbrenner, Church History Department, PTC
Concluding Sermon: Concluding Sermon on Romans 1:16, by Bishop Jack Urame, ELC-PNG
Dr Richard A. Davis, a lecturer in PTC’s Theology and Ethics Department, has published some thoughts on teaching an MTh course in “Political Theology” at PTC in 2016.
You can read his reflection on the Political Theology blog.
You are invited to a public lecture hosted by the Institute for Mission and Research (IMR).
The public lecture has been organized by the IMR and will happen on Thursday the 23rd of March, at 6.30pm at the PTC Fale.
The guest lecturer will be the PTC Principal and he will deliver the inaugural lecture of the lecture series with a lecture on the topic: Wellbeing: our capacity to imagine, express new possibilities, and find new solutions to complex issues‘. The lecture will be followed by a moderated question and answer session and refreshments.
Full Details of the Lecture are on the IMR website.
The Pacific Theological College will celebrate 500 years of the Reformation with a programme of lectures and workshops on 17 – 18 March 2017. The programme is here:
Reformation 500 Programme
Details on the vacancies page. Deadline: 18 November 2016.
Full job and application details are on the Vacancies page. Deadline: 15 November 2016.