Salary: Position is full-time and salary is commensurate with education and experience.
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must be able to teach a variety of lower- and upper-division chemistry courses and labs. A master’s degree is required; doctorate preferred for all chemistry faculty positions. Preference will be given to candidates with a Ph.D. All applicants should demonstrate strong communication skills and interest in the academic and spiritual development of undergraduate students. A successful candidate will be an active member of the churches of Christ / Stone Campbell heritage and demonstrate a commitment to Christian education. York College is a private Christian institution of higher learning affiliated with the churches of Christ.
Provide up to 27 hours of classroom and laboratory 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. Reply to: Dr. Shane Mountjoy, Provost email@example.com
Adjunct Online Faculty - Variety of Positions Available
There are a variety of positions available as an Adjunct Faculty for York College Online in Business, Accounting, Finance, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, General Education Coursework, Leadership, Psychology, School Counseling, Education)
Effective Date: TBD
Salary: Position is adjunct
QUALIFICATIONS: Are you passionate about teaching non-traditional students? York College-Online is currently looking for CVs of instructors to teach part-time online. Instructors who have completed a Masters (minimum) with at least 18 hours at the Master’s level in the following disciplines are invited to apply: Business, Accounting, Finance, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, General Education, Leadership, Psychology, School Counseling, and Education).
Preference will be given to candidates with a Ph.D. All applicants should demonstrate strong communication skills and interest in the academic and spiritual development of undergraduate and/or graduate students. Preference will be given to a candidate that is an active member of the churches of Christ / Stone Campbell heritage and demonstrate a commitment to Christian education. York College is a private Christian institution of higher learning affiliated with the churches of Christ.
YCO FACULTY EXPECTATIONS: Regular Effective Contact (REC): The York College-Online Faculty Expectations are in place with the goal that YC students are receiving Regular Effective Contact (REC). York College-Online’s definition of REC can be defined as the regular, active engagement/involvement of instructors of a course. REC “ensures regular effective instructor/student guarantees that the student receives the benefit of the instructor’s presence in the learning environment both as a provider of instructional information and as a facilitator of student learning” (Davis, 2010).
Weekly Contact Requirements: Regarding the type of contact that will exist in all YCO courses, instructors will, at a minimum use the following guidelines to initiate contact with students.
All Student Email should be responded to within 24 hours (excluding weekends).
All Student Assignments should be graded within 3 days from due date for minor assignments and 5 days for all major assignments.
Weekly Announcements are required to be posted in CANVAS
Weekly Instructor Lectures (Either written or Captioned/Accessible Video) are required to be posted in CANVAS
Weekly Spiritual Encouragement is required to be initiated with students through CANVAS
Instructors should participate in threaded discussion forums within CANVAS as appropriate.
Online Faculty Engagement/Meeting: The York College-Online Faculty will be expected to participate in any online faculty meetings, trainings, and learning communities requested. Course Improvement: The York College-Online Faculty will be expected to notify and assist to correct any course improvements that should be implemented to the benefit of students.
APPLICATIONS: A complete application consists of 1) a Cover Letter stating any relevant work experience instructing online and other pertinent information; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) copies of all post-secondary transcripts (can be unofficial until hired); and 4) at least three appropriate references who may be contacted; and 5) a Personal Statement of Faith Letter that addresses the York College Mission Statement, how faith impacts teaching, and who the applicant believes Jesus is. The position will be open until filled. Only electronic (PDF preferred) submissions will be accepted.
REPLY TO: Dr. Shannon Leinen, Dean of Online Learning and Academic Initiatives firstname.lastname@example.org
Temporary Position in Student Development
Effective Date: September 15, 2020
Salary: Position is temporary and part-time hourly wage.
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must be organized, detail oriented, reliable and able to keep information confidential.
Help with communications to faculty, staff and students
York College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, loan, and other financial aid programs, athletic and other College-administered programs or employment as required by federal laws, including Title VII and Title IX, except when such distinctions may be appropriate under state and federal constitutional provisions due to the religious identity of York College and its mission, as determined by its Board of Trustees and the nature of the particular employment position or activity in question.
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