NON-TEACHING POSITION AT UNIVERSITY OF EMBU
University of Embu has advertised for the position of a university Chaplain (PROTESTANTS) (UOEM/CP/08/2020) in the category of NON-TEACHING POSITION. Applicants for this position will be required to have the following qualifications: Degree in Theology (Biblical
Theology/Divinity (BD), what's more Masters in Theology or MPhil in Theology otherwise MA in Theology. Holders of a Doctorate in the relevant area or its equivalent from a recognized institution will have an added advantage. Additionally, the applicants must meet the following requirements;
Be an ordained Minister and recommended by Archbishop and Episcopal Conference respectively;
Have a minimum of three (3) years’ post qualification experience in pastoral work.
Application for this job is through the University of Embu website; www.embuni.ac.ke (job application portal). After filling the form online, the applicants shall be required to send one (1) hard copy of the application letter and detailed curriculum vitae to; The Vice-Chancellor, University of Embu, P.O. Box 6-60100, Embu, Kenya. (Ensure to indicate job reference number clearly marked on the envelope and your application should reach the undersigned not later than Friday, 4th September, 2020.
Besides, copies of academic and professional certificates, National Identity card, current pay slip (if any) and other relevant recommendations. The applicants will also be required to provide their mobile numbers, email address and names of three (3) referees. The referees shall be required to send their recommendation letters directly to the undersigned in a sealed envelope.
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