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Physician Assistant Program, Chair »

School

Union College

Description

Physician Assistant Program seeks chair. Responsibilities include leading faculty and staff, guiding curricular development, program management, and some teaching.

Date posted

Apr 16 2014

Resumes are due by

May 31 2014

 

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Assistant Residence Hall Dean »

School

Pacific Union College

Description

Reporting to the Head Dean of the Men’s Residence Halls, duties include: manage office, payroll reporting, new incoming students housing notification, guest housing for visiting groups, record and file keeping for daily activities of residence hall life; plan and supervise Residence Hall activities; schedule and evaluate student employees; investigate reports of misconduct and attempt to resolve or eliminate cause of conflict; counsel and advise in matters of discipline; provide guidance in personal and professional growth; live a well-balanced, healthy life style; make an effort to foster healthy relationships between all members of the student life team.

Date posted

Apr 8 2014

Resumes are due by

May 15 2014

 

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Associate Chaplain for Mission and Discipleship »

School

Walla Walla University

Description

Provides leadership for the student missions program including but not limited to supervision of student leaders, on-campus programming, promotion of missions program on and off campus, and recruitment of new student missionaries. Directly assists the campus chaplain and Spiritual Life program in the areas of personal ministries and discipleship. Please Note: Resume Due date on the NAD website is a required, Walla Walla University doesn't have a required due date. To apply, please complete an employment application on WWU's website and for a detail job description. Website address is Employment@wallawalla.edu

Date posted

Mar 21 2014

Resumes are due by

Jun 1 2014

 

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Graduate Assistant »

School

Southwestern Adventist University

Description

Southern Adventist University’s Outdoor Leadership program is currently looking for a Graduate Assistant. Compensation: The Graduate Assistant (GA) will receive a tuition waiver up to 9 credit hours per semester in the Outdoor Education M.S.Ed. program, working towards a Master of Science in Education. . The position includes a stipend and free use of Outdoor Leadership gear, and the option to attend Outdoor Leadership classes and acquire the skills/certifications that are offered, with permission from instructor. Responsibilities: The GA will serve as an assistant to the Coordinator of the Outdoor program 20 hours per week, responsibilities can include and are not limited too: • Office Administration: provide support to office staff in renting gear, signing up SAU students for trips, and other student service activities. • Marketing: help create promotional pieces for programs and events. • Trip Leading: lead multiple day and overnight trips for Outdoor Leadership’s adventure programming. • Challenge Courses: run and staff challenge course that operates throughout the year. • Event Planning: help in preparing and executing a variety of events on campus, such as an Adventure race and a 6k cross-country race. • Teaching. The GA will assist in teaching Outdoor Leadership academic courses as well as teaching for Outdoor Leadership Environmental Education courses offered to local school-aged children. • Special Interest: contribute additional skills or knowledge to the development of current or potential projects and programs.

Date posted

Mar 21 2014

Resumes are due by

Jun 15 2014

 

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Nursing Faculty »

School

Pacific Union College

Description

Reporting to the Academic Dean and Department of Nursing & Health Sciences Chair, duties include those listed in addition to assignments from the Academic Dean and Department Chair: didactic and clinical instruction in a range of professional nursing topics including responsibility for assessment, planning, development, implementation and evaluation of all classroom and clinical experiences; participation in department and College governance; student advisement. • Primary expertise required in adult health, pathophysiology, and health assessment. • Expertise in healthcare management and leadership is desirable as well as expertise in one of the following areas of nursing practice (community health, research, informatics, health care management, policy, and/or health education). • Experience in program management, simulation, and distance or non-traditional education is also desirable.

Date posted

Mar 11 2014

Resumes are due by

Jun 14 2014

 

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KINESIOLOGY: FULL-TIME PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY »

School

Southwestern Adventist University

Description

The Department of Kinesiology at Southwestern Adventist University (SWAU) seeks a full-time physical education faculty member beginning July 1, 2014. 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. SWAU 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, and Theory of Coaching. 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 and Physical Education majors. The Kinesiology Department has doubled in size over the past three years. 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

Mar 5 2014

Resumes are due by

Apr 30 2014

 

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Outdoor Leadership Coordinator and Professor Department School of Physical Education, Health and WellnessDepartment School of Physical Education, Health and WellnessOutdoor Leadership Coordinator and Professor »

School

Southern Adventist University

Description

Department: School of Physical Education, Health and Wellness Provide leadership to the undergraduate Outdoor Leadership (O.L.) Program. This includes teaching adventure activity courses to students pursuing O.L. degrees or students fulfilling general education requirements. Such courses might include undergraduate level rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, ropes technician, caving, challenge course facilitation, whitewater rescue, and alpine mountaineering. Excellence in teaching, creative activity and service is expected. The job also includes the following significant duties: • Provide direction for the discipleship and leadership aspects of the O.L. program • Monitor safety and risk management issues for the O.L. Department • Provide real-­?world industry experience for students through coordination of internships and lab work with SOAP, Adventure Programing, and Environmental Education • Assist in the supervision of O.L. G.A.s • Nurture strong cooperative working relationships with the Outdoor Education (O.E.) Graduate Program and O.E. Program Director as well as the Environmental Education and Outdoor Adventure Support staff member • Network with outdoor professionals in the community • Review O.L. Program curriculum for appropriate rigor and compliance with industry standards • Lead in AEE (Association of Experiential Education) accreditation process • Locate appropriate off campus resources for improving the O.L. program • Transition into chairing the O.L. Council and O.L. Round Table. This job description is subject to revision as the integration of the O.L. Department into the School of Physical Education Health and Wellness progresses.

Date posted

Mar 4 2014

Resumes are due by

Apr 30 2014

 

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Administrator, Department of Nursing »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

Summary Washington Adventist University seeks applicants for a Nursing Administrator in the Department of Nursing beginning on July 1, 2014. The department is looking for a quality team-oriented person who will positively impact our program by serving as the administrator. The department is committed to excellence in teaching, continuing professional development, and involving students in hands on experience. The rank of the successful candidate is dependent upon previous experience.

Date posted

Feb 24 2014

Resumes are due by

Jul 1 2014

 

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Director of the Library »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

"Accepting Resume until position is filled" Responsible for the overall functioning of the Theofield G. Weis Library and the Curriculum Library, including recruitment, administration, and supervision of staff. With the approval of the Provost, formulates policies for the library and prepares the operating budget. Works with department chairs to ensure that resources and allocations are sufficient to meet the curriculum needs of the University and that students and faculty receive library instruction as needed and appropriate. Is directly responsible for the safety and security of the collection; and with the advice of the Library Committee, develops plans and resources to anticipate the changing needs of the faculty, administration, and students and works with the faculty to provide for the growth of the collection and the promotion of library services and resources to the campus community. Serves, along with the other librarians, as a member of the WAU faculty and is expected to participate actively in the faculty governance system. Responsible for making sure that issues of building maintenance, safety, and security are addressed by working with the appropriate University offices and personnel. Plans and administers the provision of library services by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors: General Library Administration It is the responsibility of the director of the library to carry out the following administrative functions: •Provide leadership for and management of the University’s library services. •Provide information, operational and usage reports and schedules to the Provost. •Assists University faculty, staff and students in resolving problems associated with library services. •Formulate policies and procedures. •Achieve financial objectives by preparing an annual budget, scheduling expenditures; analyses variances; initiating corrective action. •Recruit, train, supervise, and appraise library personnel •Delegate supervisory/administrative responsibilities to library personnel as appropriate •Foster marketing and public relations activities •Supervise the purchase of resources, supplies, and equipment •Exercise responsibility for library equipment and inventories •Maintain essential library records •Manage the library facility, including space allocation, maintenance, and repairs •Prepare various reports Performs the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors : Resources Management and Education• Organize the library’s resources for optimum access and usage •Disseminate information about the current library services to students, faculty and staff. •Develop subject-specific informational material for academic support. •Assist the Webmaster in ensuring information is current on the Weis Library web page. •Acquire needed resources as identified by departmental requests and library staff research and recommendations •Consult with departments in regard to existing and needed resources •Develop and provide for professional development and in-service training of library staff. •Provide library instruction Technology•Coordinates the introduction of technological advances in information access into the library to support student learning outcomes. •Makes recommendations for the upgrade of library technology as needed. Consortial Relationships•Maintain satisfactory working relationships with consortiums, including the following: •Adventist Library Information Cooperative (ALICE) •Maryland Digital Library (MDL) •Maryland Interlibrary Consortium (MIC) •Attend consortium meetings as scheduled •Participate in consortium-wide planning and budgeting Faculty Governance •Works with the Library Committee as needed and appropriate •Attends and makes positive contributions to various faculty and administrative committees (i.e., Academic Council, Executive Administrative Cabinet, Faculty Meeting, Library Committee, Technology Steering Committee, etc.) as an ex officio and/or elected/appointed member. Professional Development•Encourages library personnel to develop professionally by being members of professional organizations as appropriate and by attending conferences, seminars, workshops, etc. •Participates personally in local, regional, and national professional organizations Statistics and Reports•Keeps and tabulates pertinent library statistics •Prepares narrative and statistical reports as required Additional Duties•Shares evening and weekend supervisory and reference responsibilities •Performs other duties as requested/assigned SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES• Supervises all library employees, including professional librarians, paraprofessional staff, student library assistants, etc. •Delegates supervisory/administrative responsibilities as appropriate •Plans, assigns, and directs work •Appraises performance •Rewards/disciplines •Addresses complaints and resolves problems. SUPERVISIORY RESPONSIBLITIES• Supervision Received:?Reports directly to the Provost •Supervision Given:? Provides supervision to library faculty and staff and student employees. QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Date posted

Feb 21 2014

Resumes are due by

Jul 1 2014

 

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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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Associate or Professor of Social Work/Director of Social Work Program »

School

Pacific Union College

Description

Reporting to the Academic Dean, duties include: directing the Social Work Program; teaching upper and lower division courses covering topics such as history and philosophy of social welfare institutions, American social problems, practice theory, and conflict resolution; managing course-related responsibilities such as preparing syllabi, regularly posting grades, ordering texts books, and archiving course records; participating in program admissions, program development, and program evaluation processes; participating in departmental staff meetings and other departmental activities; keeping regular office hours (10 hours weekly for student advising and mentoring); serving on the program’s Advisory Board; and completing other duties as assigned.

Date posted

Jan 17 2014

Resumes are due by

Jun 15 2014

 

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Assistant or Associate or Full Professor of Business Administration and Economics »

School

Pacific Union College

Description

Teach business courses in Accounting/Finance and/or Management. The specific course load will depend on the qualifications and interests of the newly hired faculty and the current needs and interests of the Department faculty. In addition to an emphasis on teaching, Pacific Union College also places strong emphasis on student interaction and community involvement. Faculty are expected to participate in advising department majors, attend department functions, and contribute to the College governance system, and are expected to become positively involved in the College and local communities.

Date posted

Jan 15 2014

Resumes are due by

Jul 1 2014

 

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Assistant or Associate or Full Professor of Business Administration and Economics »

School

Pacific Union College

Description

Teach business courses in Accounting, Law and/or Finance. The specific course load will depend on the qualifications and interests of the newly hired faculty and the current needs and interests of the Department faculty. In addition to an emphasis on teaching, Pacific Union College also places strong emphasis on student interaction and community involvement. Faculty are expected to participate in advising department majors, attend department functions, and contribute to the College governance system, and are expected to become positively involved in the College and local communities.

Date posted

Jan 15 2014

Resumes are due by

Jul 1 2014

 

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Assistant or Associate Business Professor »

School

N/A

Description

Position Information: Taiwan Adventist College needs an American Business Professor in the Bilingual Business Department starting for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Date posted

Dec 23 2013

Resumes are due by

May 20 2014

 

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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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