Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Management
Conducts University courses for undergraduate and graduate students by instructing, assessing, and advising students and striving to fulfill the University’s mission statement and the business administration department mission of preparing well-educated mathematicians. The professor will teach 24 – 27 credit hours per academic year and maintain a minimum of seven office hours per week each fall and spring semester. The detailed Job Description for this position is available below.
Digital Initiatives and Innovations Librarian
The Digital Initiatives and Innovations Librarian is responsible for the development of a comprehensive suite of online learning tools and environments designed to enhance information literacy and research skills of students enrolled in all programs on all campuses. This position collaborates with other campus personnel creating online tools and materials designed for meaningful learning opportunities. This librarian serves as the embedded librarian and answers online questions in the library blackboard community. This librarian will lead digital projects, social media, online communication and tools, video creation, and virtual instructions for all campuses. Reference duties are required.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Music in Music Theory
Teach a full load (equivalent of 24-27 credit hours per academic year and must maintain a minimum of seven office hours per each fall and spring semester) of university courses for undergraduate students. The designate will provide instruction, assess and report student achievement, mentor music majors, participate in and contribute to the University community, and deliver academic advising to undergraduate students in music. Demonstrable excellence in teaching and continued professional profile development is an expectation of all faculty. The Department of Music is committed to supporting the fulfillment of the University’s mission statement and the purpose and vision of the School of Music and Fine Arts which includes fostering “a Christ-centered academic community dedicated to excellence by developing and equipping the whole person for intellectual inquiry, personal and professional integrity, and service to God and humanity.” The detailed Job Description for this position is available below.