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Full-Time Faculty Position for English
Effective Date: August 13, 2018 Salary: Position is full-time and salary is commensurate with education and experience.
Qualifications: Position requires teaching a variety of introductory and upper division courses. Candidate should be dedicated to excellence in teaching and in working with collegiality within the department and college. Student advising, service to the institution, and on-going professional development expected. A master’s degree is required; doctorate preferred. The successful candidate will be an active member of the churches of Christ / Stone Campbell heritage.
Provide up to 27 hours of classroom instruction per academic year
Participate in departmental assessment
Serve on campus wide committees as assigned
Serve on department/division committees as assigned
Maintain office hours
Serve as an academic advisor
Benefits: Group medical and dental insurance, group life insurance, 403B retirement plan, tuition benefits for employee/spouse/children.
Applications: A complete application consists of 1) a letter of application; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) copies of all post-secondary transcripts (official copies required at time of hire); and 4) at least three appropriate references who may be contacted. The position will be open until filled. Only electronic (PDF) submissions will be accepted.
This position assists the Director of Information Technology in maintaining and troubleshooting campus network and computing systems, including school-owned computers, network equipment and wifi, servers, software systems, audio/visual equipment, and peripherals.
Essential Job Functions:
Support for Microsoft Windows PCs, including MS Office and other applications, hardware, and peripherals. Support for network and A/V equipment, including wiring and wifi. Support and train users for web apps such as G-Suite (Google) Apps. Customer service and training for technology needs.
The successful applicant will have a student-first attitude and hold a bachelors degree in a computer or math-related field or any bachelors degree with at least one year experience in a computer-related field. This position requires someone who is detail-oriented, enthusiastic, and able to keep abreast of current technology trends.