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Nazarene Theological College is a research-led partner college of The University of Manchester. Situated in Didsbury, Manchester, the College is an institution of the Church of the Nazarene. Founded in 1944, NTC has some 250 students (both full and part time), across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study, representing some forty different nationalities. The College also prepares candidates for ordination in the Church of the Nazarene.
The college operates with clear Strategic Areas:
And with clear values:
We value excellence, relationships and learning and seek to manifest this in all that we do.
Key Areas of Responsibility
The primary responsibility of this role is:
To co-ordinate NTC’s marketing and fundraising functions with the aim of raising the profile of the College and enhancing income streams.
Our aim in all our programmes is to ensure that we make a profit for the organisation so we can continue to grow and develop the college.
Nazarene Theological College Vision
As God’s holy people we aspire to be a learning community reflecting the love of God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Dedicated to excellence in theological education we intentionally foster character formation within contexts that are both practical and reflective.
Nazarene Theological College Employment Ethos
The College is committed to the active pursuit of an Equal Opportunities Policy which addresses the need and right of everybody in the College to be treated with dignity and respect, in an environment in which a diversity of backgrounds, traditions and experiences is valued. It aims to create the conditions whereby prospective and existing students and staff are treated solely on the basis of their merits, abilities and potential, regardless of any irrelevant distinction.