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Biology, Tenure Track »

School

La Sierra University

Description

The Department of Biology at La Sierra University is looking to fill a full-time, tenure track faculty position beginning as early as January 1, 2015. A successful candidate must meet the following criteria: be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church have a record of effective teaching, research and service commensurate with academic experience demonstrated ability to teach university level science courses and labs have a track record of productive scholarship, as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications.

Date posted

Nov 18 2014

Resumes are due by

Jan 31 2015

 

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Curriculum & Instruction, Tenure Track »

School

La Sierra University

Description

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at La Sierra University invites applications for two full-time, tenure track faculty positions. The successful applicant is responsible for teaching two to three courses per quarter; doing original research; advising; service, and assisting and mentoring graduate students in research and dissertation processes. Some yearly summer teaching is expected. Preferred areas of expertise include one or more of the following: secondary education, learning theory, STEM education, TESOL certification, department chairing, and assessment and accreditation writing.

Date posted

Nov 18 2014

Resumes are due by

Mar 31 2015

 

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Lead Instructor for Mental Health Nursing - Portland Oregon Campus »

School

Walla Walla University

Description

Walla Walla University’s School of Nursing seeks applications for a tenure track position to begin Fall 2015 with the primary role as lead instructor of the course called “Mental Health Nursing.” This is a junior level course where students care for adult patients with psychiatric/mental health concerns. At this time all clinical are taught at Adventist Medical Center next to the School of Nursing on the Portland campus. Students care for patients on a variety of mental health units. Students are supervised in clinical with a teacher in the facility at all times. This lead faculty member is responsible for teaching all class material (4 hours/week), supervising one lab group of 8 students in lab for 12-14 hours/week, supervision of two part-time clinical instructors who teach other lab groups and coordination of all schedules and post-conference activities. Class days on Mondays and Tuesdays and lab days are Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. In addition to teaching Mental Health Nursing, this faculty member will be responsible for teaching one additional nursing class or becoming the champion of one major School of Nursing initiative or committee. This individual may also be asked to teach in the summer. Salary to be negotiated based on education and experience. Prospective candidates interested in the position are asked to submit the online faculty application which will request that a resume be attached. To apply, please visit: jobs.wallawalla.edu For questions, please contact the School of Nursing Dean, Dr. Lucille Krull, (506) 251-6115 ext. 7302 or email: lucy.krull@wallawalla.edu

Date posted

Nov 18 2014

Resumes are due by

Dec 15 2014

 

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Senior Accountant »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

POSITION SUMMARY The ideal candidate will be pro-active, self directed, and someone who possesses an atypical high quality bar for themselves and their work product. If you're the kind of person who obsesses over details, thrives in a collaborative, fast-paced environment, and jumps at the opportunity to take on new challenges, we may have a position for you. We are looking for a professional with the resourcefulness to take on any project or assignment, think it through, and readily grasp the most efficient and effective way to get to the goal. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Assists in ensuring the integrity of the accounting and reporting systems Records journal entries in a timely and accurate manner in order to meet monthly, quarterly, and yearly deadlines Preparation of accrual entries by period Performs account analysis of all General Ledger Accounts and monitors compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and University policies Prepares monthly and annual financial statements and variance analysis Prepares assigned bank and brokerage reconciliations Reviews, investigates, and corrects errors and inconsistencies in financial entries, documents, and reports Responsible for fixed asset accounting, reconciliation, and reporting Assists in preparation and provides information to external auditors to facilitate timely completion of audit by preparing audit schedules Closes fiscal periods

Date posted

Nov 12 2014

Resumes are due by

Nov 30 2014

 

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KINESIOLOGY: FULL-TIME PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY »

School

Southwestern Adventist University

Description

The Department of Kinesiology at Southwestern Adventist University seeks a full-time physical education faculty member beginning July 1, 2015. The rank and salary will be commensurate with education and experience. The successful candidate will engage in the preparation of physical education teachers including the supervision of student teachers and instruction of classes in physical education. The candidate should document a commitment to teaching excellence, knowledge of instructional technology, assessment and sensitivity to teaching diverse populations. Southwestern faculty is expected to contribute to the mission of the university, as well as the department, engage in scholarship, service and student advisement. Teaching responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following courses: K-12 Physical Education Methods, Adapted Physical Education, Administration in Kinesiology, Motor Learning, Professional Activities, Officiating, Theory of Coaching, and physical activity classes. Application Procedure: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a cover letter, vita, teaching philosophy statement, and contact information for three references. Unofficial transcripts of all academic work will be expected before your application can be fully reviewed. Submit application materials to vnaukkar@swau.edu. Questions should be sent to: Vesa Naukkarinen, Kinesiology Department Chair, Southwestern Adventist University, 100 W. Hillcrest Ave., Keene, TX 76059, or vnaukkar@swau.edu. ENVIRONMENT: Southwestern Adventist University has offered Christian education since 1893. The beautiful campus is home to quality professors, technologically advanced classrooms and 67 academic programs. The mission of Southwestern Adventist University is to offer quality higher education in a Christ-centered environment shaped by Seventh-day Adventist and Christian values. The Department of Kinesiology provides classes and support for Exercise Science, Health and Fitness, Sports and Fitness Management, Physical Education, and Fire Science majors. The Kinesiology Department has tripled in size over the past four years and currently has 53 majors. While Keene is in a rural location, it is minutes from restaurants and shopping, and for the more adventurous, arts and culture, nature, or culinary excursions, are all found in and around the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. This metroplex, the nation's fourth largest urban center, has world-class museums, orchestras, opera, ballet, theatre companies, as well as an array of professional and collegiate sports venues. Texas has beautiful lakes, rivers, and parks, and the DFW area is known for its adventurous spirit and nature conservation. Zoos, biking and hiking trails, and water sports are all available nearby.

Date posted

Nov 10 2014

Resumes are due by

Mar 31 2015

 

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Professor of Psychology »

School

Southwestern Adventist University

Description

Southwestern Adventist University has offered Christian education since 1893. Located on a tree-lined hill in Keene, Texas, Southwestern is perfectly situated for family-friendly, small town living right next door to the world-class offerings of the DFW metro-plex. Students enjoy personal attention and the friendly, helpful atmosphere Southwestern is known for, an atmosphere supported by every employee. The Christ-centered focus extends from administration to the newest student, creating an environment conducive to lasting friendships and students prepared for excellence in career, citizenry, and Christian example. The Department of Education and Psychology invites applications for a full time teaching position in our psychology program for the 2015 – 2016 academic year. Interested applicants must be committed to teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, student advising and mentoring. Applicants must be committed to the high standards of Seventh- day Adventist higher education, and be able to use current research in their field of study to promote a sense of scholarship for upper division and graduate students in the program. Must be a team player, and willing to collaborate with colleagues on projects relevant to the growth and sustainability of the department. Please include a cover letter with your curriculum vitae as part of the application process.

Date posted

Nov 10 2014

Resumes are due by

Mar 1 2015

 

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Biology Professor »

School

Southwestern Adventist University

Description

OVERVIEW: Located on a tree-lined hill in Keene, Texas, Southwestern is perfectly situated for family-friendly, small town living right next door to the world-class offerings of the DFW metro-plex. Students enjoy personal attention and the friendly, helpful atmosphere Southwestern is known for, an atmosphere supported by every employee. The Christ-centered focus extends from administration to the newest student, creating an environment conducive to lasting friendships and students prepared for excellence in career, citizenry, and Christian example. Biology Department, Southwestern Adventist University is seeking a qualified applicant for an instructor in our Biology Department. Primary emphasis in paleontology and zoology; ability to teach introductory geology, microbiology and/or bioinformatics desirable. The successful candidate will be supportive of literal creationism. Send cover letter and CV to Schwarz.arthur@swau.edu. Position open until filled

Date posted

Nov 10 2014

Resumes are due by

Apr 1 2015

 

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Music & Research Director, WGTS 91.9 Radio »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

POSITION SUMMARY Music: Serves as a member of the Programming Department and reports directly to the Program Director. Responsible for the generation and maintenance of the music playlist used for WGTS 91.9. Is also responsible for maintaining the music library and acting as the liaison between WGTS 91.9, record companies, and their artists. Research: Serves the programming and donations department in identifying the best methods for researching all aspects of programming including specific songs and larger picture analysis of data from Nielson Audio, Troy Research and more. Also analyzes data as requested for the donations department identifying trends on listener donations and other metrics using spreadsheets and Raisers Edge. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Responsibility for the adding, maintenance and rotation of new and existing music at WGTS 91.9. This includes: o Screening all new music releases and making recommendations for selecting new WGTS 91.9 currents. o Participating in weekly music meetings for the purpose of selecting new WGTS 91.9 currents as well as freshening the programming clocks. o Preparing daily WGTS 91.9 music and program logs. This includes inputting all songs, promos, sweepers and content for meta data (such as album images) into G-Selector and Linker for daily music rotation. o Working with the Program Director to modify and adjust programs to function within WGTS 91.9 programming parameters. o Maintaining, cleaning and massaging the WGTS 91.9 playlist. o Conducting music surveys. • Serves as the primary contact with record company representatives. This includes arranging for new music, establishing and maintaining relationships, tracking singles and coordinating giveaway and promotional items from the record companies which may include arranging artists for “brown bag” concerts. • Provides weekly reports to national music charts. • Answers listener music questions and provides standard answers for frequently asked questions for our Service Gateway representatives. • Provides music and artist information and articles as requested for various WGTS 91.9 publications. • Prepares “walk-in” music discs as needed to play prior to and after concerts or events. • Prepares music discs or data files for use at remotes or events where the station is to be played but reception may not be adequate or a non-announcer version of WGTS 91.9 is needed. • Works with technical and legal teams as needed in providing required information for various music licensing organizations. • Prepares material for WGTS 91.9 emergency music hours – CDs, audio files on thumb drives – as required by the Program Director. • Completes audio production work as necessary and requested by the Program Director. • Analyze song research from Troy Research to aid in deciding when songs should be moved from one category to another. • Analyze Nielson Audio data using programs such as PD Advantage to determine effectiveness of specific programs, times of day, on-air talent, promotions, and such. • Assisting management and the donations department in analyzing giving patterns and other metrics that will help us serve our donors better by giving them more individualized attention. • Stay current on methods of research through continuing education, reading and networking with others doing the same. • Performs other duties as assigned.

Date posted

Oct 31 2014

Resumes are due by

Nov 30 2014

 

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Full-time Tenure-track Faculty Position in Mathematics »

School

Walla Walla University

Description

The Department of Mathematics at Walla Walla University invites applications for a tenure-track position in mathematics to begin September, 2015. The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in mathematics or applied mathematics and be committed to excellence in classroom teaching and to mentoring undergraduate students majoring in mathematics. The candidate must be a member of the SDA church. The department offers an outstanding undergraduate program in mathematics with 23 students majoring in mathematics and multiple WWU Math alumni currently enrolled in Ph.D. programs at other universities with full financial support. To apply, please visit http://jobs.wallawalla.edu and include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a statement of teaching philosophy with the online application. Consideration of applicants is ongoing and will continue until the position is filled.

Date posted

Oct 17 2014

Resumes are due by

Dec 1 2014

 

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Nursing Program Administrator »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

UNIVERSITY PROFILE Washington Adventist University is a Christian university located in Takoma Park, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. This cosmopolitan institution, committed to the Seventh?day Adventist Christian vision of excellence and service, challenges students to seize the opportunities for learning in order to become moral leaders in their communities. Our faculty have outstanding academic credentials, know their fields inside and out, and have years of experience in the classroom. They love to teach and it shows. But just as important, WAU faculty care about each student’s academic and personal success and they do everything they can to help students to achieve their goals. The Edyth T. James Department of Nursing is a part of the School of Health Professions, Science & Wellness, which employs a philosophy that balances practical training and theory. The Department of Nursing is committed to providing quality baccalaureate and master’s Christian nursing education. The nursing program is approved with warning by the Maryland Board of Nursing. The Program Administrator will be a quality, team-oriented person who will positively impact and revitalize our program. The department is committed to excellence in teaching, continuing professional development, and involving students in hands on experiences.

Date posted

Sep 26 2014

Resumes are due by

Nov 30 2014

 

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Vice President of Development and University Relations »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

Overview of the University: Washington Adventist University (WAU) is a Christ-centered institution of higher education that supports a culture of excellence where all feel valued. Nestled in a desirable residential community in Takoma Park, Maryland, WAU offers its faculty and staff an environment where professional expertise is valued and lasting connections between co-workers are formed as we work together to ensure the success of our students. Regardless of title, every employee supports WAU’s vision of producing graduates who bring moral leadership and competence to their communities. Summary of Position: WAU is seeking an energetic professional with solid fundraising experience as Vice President of Development and University Relations. The successful candidate will be committed to a progressive and integrated fundraising program that will cultivate champions and inspire the philanthropic potential of students, parents, alumni, faculty, staff, Board members, corporations, foundations and other friends. Reporting to the President, the Vice President serves as a key leadership team member and active participant in making strategic decisions affecting the University. In partnership with the President and the Development Committee of the Board of Trustees, this position serves as the chief fundraising officer and is responsible for all university relations activities (internal and external. Minimum Qualifications: Education and/or Experience: Master’s degree in a related field Seven to ten years of successful and diverse fundraising experience, preferably in a college or university setting, in progressively complex roles directing nonprofit or higher education fundraising program. Major gifts solicitation experience. Prior experience managing a development office within a university setting preferred. Knowledge of federal and state laws, regulations and standards for the management and disclosure of public information. Knowledge of and experience in economic development and business analysis techniques. Knowledge of journalism, public relations and general communications principles and practices. Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge software, or other donor management software, preferred. Skilled in budget preparation and fiscal management. A proven record of people and project management with strong leadership and interpersonal communication skills.

Date posted

Sep 26 2014

Resumes are due by

Dec 31 2014

 

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Chair & Instructional Faculty, Department of Religion »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

OVERVIEW OF THE UNIVERSITY: Washington Adventist University (WAU) is a Christ-centered institution of higher education that supports a culture of excellence where all feel valued. Nestled in a desirable residential community in Takoma Park, Maryland, WAU offers its faculty and staff an environment where professional expertise is valued and lasting connections between co-workers are formed as we work together to ensure the success of our students. Regardless of title, every employee supports WAU’s vision of producing graduates who bring moral leadership and competence to their communities. SUMMARY Serves as a Chair of the Department of Religion, teaching courses within her/his area of expertise, teaching general education courses, and administering the academic aspects of the Master of Arts in Religion. The candidate should have a rich experience in fostering the best of Adventist biblical and theological scholarship and have demonstrated the commitment to the global mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Other duties may be assigned. ESSENTIAL DUTIES Coordinates departmental staff meetings. Administers the Bachelors and Master of Arts curricula and the selection of faculty for the programs. Teaches courses in area of expertise, as well as general education courses. Oversees pastoral formation with a special emphasis on field practicum and internships in local churches. Serves as liaison with the Columbia Union Conference to advance pastoral placements and MDiv sponsorships. Demonstrates and fosters excellence in teaching and service and values research and publishing. Supports and promotes the University’s mission, vision and values. Supports a spirit of excellence in service. Attends and contributes to the committee duties as per request of the University. Attends convocations and other Department of Religion and WAU essential and required academic and extra-curricular events. Oversees departmental lectureships. Promotes and nurtures spirituality in students, coworkers, and the University at large.

Date posted

Sep 26 2014

Resumes are due by

Nov 30 2014

 

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Assistant Professor of History »

School

Union College

Description

• Teaching a 4/4 load equaling 12 hours per semester of courses focused on world and global history and upper division courses in area of specialty • Advising students majoring in history and related majors • Participating in Union College committees and other governance bodies • Participating in Humanities Division student retention and recruitment activities • Participating in professional development within areas of expertise • Assessing courses and participating in program review

Date posted

Sep 23 2014

Resumes are due by

Jan 15 2015

 

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Assistant Professor of Voice »

School

Union College

Description

Direct and oversee the voice program with knowledge, ability, and enthusiasm to direct groups (the Unionaires, an auditioned 36-50 mixed-voice choir, and the UC Vocal Octet of 8-12 singers), teach related courses such as Vocal Techniques, Vocal Pedagogy, Choral Conducting, Sight-Singing & Ear Training I and II, Traditional and World Music, Music in the Western World, English-Italian Diction, and German-French Diction, offer private voice lessons, organize and direct the Mid-America Union Choral Music Festival alternate years, and carry other duties depending on expertise and the needs of the department. Active recruiting is expected. Candidate should have experience as a choral conductor; teaching at the college level is helpful. Salary commensurate with experience. Full job description available at www.ucollege.edu/faculty-openings.

Date posted

Sep 23 2014

Resumes are due by

Jan 15 2015

 

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Assistant or Associate Professor of Education »

School

Union College

Description

• Prepare and teach three-four courses per semester (total of 12 credit hours) • Teach directed study courses (in addition to above), for students out of sequence as needed • Academic Advisor to the education students, which includes making detailed long-term academic plans for timely completion of an education degree • Mentor education students

Date posted

Jul 21 2014

Resumes are due by

Jan 31 2015

 

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Adjunct Faculty Biology »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

The Department of Biology and Chemistry at Washington Adventist University is seeking candidates to expand its pool of adjunct faculty teaching day and evening classes. · Applicants submitting applications are applying to be part of the adjunct pool of instructors. Applications may be reviewed periodically based on student enrollment needs. · Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications are not automatically accepted to teach at Washington Adventist University. Decisions to hire applicants are made at the discretion of the department. PRIMARY DUTIES · Teach lectures and laboratories for majors and non-majors biology courses. · Teach pertinent course content using lectures, demonstrations, class discussion, and other appropriate modes of educational delivery that promote educational and learning processes. · Prepare course outline and syllabus, develop course and lesson plans, and engage in the selection of textbook and other teaching aids necessary to the instruction of courses. · Supervise and maintain laboratories and equipment.

Date posted

Feb 12 2014

Resumes are due by

Jan 1 2015

 

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Adjunct Faculty Chemistry »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

The Department of Biology and Chemistry at Washington Adventist University is seeking candidates to expand its pool of adjunct faculty teaching day and evening classes. Applicants submitting applications are applying to be part of the adjunct pool of instructors. Applications may be reviewed periodically based on student enrollment needs. Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications are not automatically accepted to teach at Washington Adventist University. Decisions to hire applicants are made at the discretion of the department. PRIMARY DUTIES: Teach lectures and laboratories for majors and non-majors chemistry courses. Teach pertinent course content using lectures, demonstrations, class discussion, and other appropriate modes of educational delivery that promote educational and learning processes. Prepare course outline and syllabus, develop course and lesson plans, and engage in the selection of textbook and other teaching aids necessary to the instruction of courses. Supervise and maintain laboratories and equipment.

Date posted

Feb 12 2014

Resumes are due by

Jan 1 2015

 

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Adjunct Nursing Graduate Faculty »

School

N/A

Description

The Department of Nursing is seeking candidates to expand its pool of adjunct faculty. Applicants submitting applications are applying to be part of the adjunct pool of instructors. Applications may be reviewed periodically based on student enrollment needs. Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications are not automatically accepted to teach at Washington Adventist University. Decisions to hire applicants are made at the discretion of the department. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Teach courses in Nursing Problem Solving Skills Development, Applied Research Techniques, Nursing Operations and Delivery Systems, Professional Ethics in Nursing and other courses needed. Able to teach Graduate students in a traditional or online environment. Develop curriculum for assigned courses. Evaluates students based on criteria described in course syllabus. Provide clinical instruction and supervision. Demonstrate and fosters excellence in teaching and service; values research. Promotes Christian values in teaching methods and interaction with students. Provides time for academic advising of students and maintains regular office hours. Assist in departmental assessment of learning outcomes. Assist in University Preview and promotion of department. Assist with departmental meetings and events. Serves on various academic committees as requested. Supports the University mission, visions, and values. Conducts research in a particular field of knowledge and publishes findings in professional journals.

Date posted

Oct 4 2013

Resumes are due by

Dec 1 2014

 

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