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The successful candidate will direct the Social Work Department and facilitate the development an MSW program while supporting and collaborating with the BSW Program/Field Director. The position will also include teaching social work courses in areas such as HBSE, policy, and practice with an opportunity to develop and teach elective social work courses in the area of expertise. Collaboratively, the Program Director is responsible for the development and administrative oversight of the Social Work program. This can include responsibility for maintaining CSWE accreditation compliance, recruiting and training appropriate adjunct instructors, department faculty oversight, budget management, tenure- track faculty duties, student advising and oversight and input into student recruitment, marketing and admissions.
This is a full-time (10 months per year), tenure-track position faculty position in Computer Science with committee and advising responsibilities. Faculty responsibilities include 24 credit course load per year in Computer Science at the undergraduate level. Additional faculty responsibilities include scholarship, advising students, program administration, committee service and departmental and university activities. Embody values of caring and compassion, justice and integrity, competence and affirmation. Seek to treat each member of the campus community with fairness, dignity and respect seeking a spirit of unity and harmony as we join together to achieve our common mission. Candidates should possess a graduate degree (a Ph.D. is preferred) in Statistics, Computer Science or Applied Mathematics. Preference will be given to applicants with applied experience in the field. To be considered, candidates should have a commitment to excellent teaching at the undergraduate level in a Christian context. The ideal candidate will also anticipate continuing the pursuit of an active scholarship program.
Primary responsibilities will include teaching courses in the undergraduate Criminal Justice Program at our St. Davids and Esperanza locations. Courses may include: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Policing, Courts, Corrections, Comparative Criminal Justice Systems, Restorative Justice, or Research Methods Additional responsibilities will include advising students, assisting with program administration, and participating in departmental, college, and university activities. Given strategic growth initiatives, there may be opportunity for the further development of online programming and program certification. This opportunity is for a full-time, tenure track, Assistant/Associate Professor of Criminal Justice in the Department of Social Transformation (10-month appointment; rank commensurate with qualifications).
There are three openings to teach sections of organic chemistry laboratories and one opening to teach a section of organic chemistry lecture for undergraduates majoring in the natural sciences. Preferred applicants will have a Ph.D. in a chemical sciences field, and experience teaching at the college/university level. Applicants with a Master’s degree and experience in the area of organic chemistry will also be considered.
Applications are being accepted for adjunct faculty to teach the following criminal justice courses: Introduction to Criminal Justice, Prosecution and the Courts, Introduction to Policing, Correctional Systems, Restorative Justice, Comparative Criminal Justice Systems, Research Methods, Statistics, or a special topics course within their field. Applicants must have a master's degree in criminal justice or a closely related field; and experience teaching at the college/university level is preferred.
The Director of Nursing Clinical Resource and Simulation Lab serves as the frontline for planning, designing, implementing and evaluating simulation-based learning for the clinical simulation education of the Traditional BSN and the BSN2 second degree Programs within the Department of Nursing. Primary responsibilities include management of the Nursing Clinical Resource and Simulation Lab, coordination of simulation activities across programs, faculty development, future planning, marketing and guiding use of the Lab. This position reports to the Chair of Nursing and supervises the Nursing Clinical Simulation Lab Coordinator and Lab Assistant. This position is full-time faculty with administrative responsibilities, 11 month contract, 50% faculty (teaching)/50% administrative.
This position will engage a qualified individual in the exciting advancement of two doctoral programs that integrate Marriage and Family Therapy studies with a uniquely Christian perspective of human flourishing. Development of a distinctive research community invested in a scholar/practitioner model will involve the faculty member in wide-ranging scholarly activities with other faculty and a diverse student body from across the U.S. Contributing to the vision of holistic mental health care for individuals, families, churches and communities is elemental to this position. The full time, tenure track faculty member in the Doctoral Programs in Marriage and Family Therapy is responsible for the instruction, scholarship, dissertation/thesis supervision, academic advising, service and administrative duties as assigned by the department chair. This position involves a full engagement in the collaborative development of the DA and PhD programs and is a ten month position.
Applications are being accepted for an adjunct faculty position to teach A&P I lecture and recitation and one lab section for nursing, exercise science, and other allied health students. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Biology or a related field, and experience teaching at the college/university level.
Applications are being accepted for adjunct faculty to teach Introduction to Computer Science in C++. The successful candidate will teach the CSC200 course for mathematics majors and other qualified students. To be considered, applicants must upload their application materials in their profile. Please provide a cover letter to include a brief statement of their faith, curriculum vitae, unofficial copies of graduate transcripts, and three professional letters of recommendation.
Applications are being accepted for adjunct faculty in the Doctor of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling program in the Campolo College Graduate and Professional Studies (CCGPS). Opportunities exist for faculty at the doctoral level in this blended delivery program with week-long intensive residency classwork at our Falls Center location in Philadelphia combined with online teaching for each semester, Summer (May-August), Fall (September - December), and Spring (January - April). This description is intended to describe the general level and nature of work performed by the person/people assigned to this position. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities of the person/people so assigned. To be considered, applicants must provide a cover letter and include a brief statement of their faith, curriculum vitae or resume, and three current professional references.
Applications are being accepted for adjunct Nursing Clinical Faculty members. Specialties sought include intensive care (ICU), medical surgical, obstetrics, pediatrics, community health and mental health. Master’s degree in Nursing is preferred or progress towards one, Pennsylvania licensure as a registered nurse, Professional nursing experience in your specialty area, Academic experience in clinical nursing education, A specialty certification is preferred but not mandatory, Familiarity with educational technology (e.g., Blackboard) or teaching online is preferred
Teaches and advises across the traditional undergraduate and graduate programs. Embodies values of caring and compassion, justice and integrity, competence and affirmation. Seeks to treat each member of the campus community with fairness, dignity and respect seeking a spirit of unity and harmony as we join together to achieve our common mission. Position Responsibilities: Chair/Faculty Help Dean hire and train adjunct, part-time and full-time faculty. Contribute to all PDE program reviews for traditional undergraduate certifications and degree programs and completes major review reports for external review bodies. Coordinate student progress toward degree/certification in collaboration with other College faculty and student advisors. Coordinate responses to student issues in collaboration with other College faculty and staff. Speak at Open Houses and participate in other student recruitment activities. Assist with preparation of reports and other documents, including the coordination of student learning goals for the programs. Prepare and/or revise program four-year-plans annually. Ensure curricular and program planning consistency between the traditional, nontraditional and post bachelorette certification programs. Stay abreast of current trends in the field. Contribute to curriculum development needs. Use engaging instructional and training strategies with students. Develop high quality onground, online and hybrid coursework. Use educational technology in the classroom with expertise. Knowledge and Skills Required: 1. Doctorate in Education, Certification in Early/Elementary Childhood Education and a second certification/specialty area in Applied Behavior Analysis. 2. Teaching experience at undergraduate and graduate level 3. Administrative experience 4. Professional experience in the discipline 5. Knowledge of programs, including certification processes in Pennsylvania and/or nationally 6. Effective interpersonal skills 7. Ability to organize 8. Ability to problem solve 9. Assessment skills Full-time, Salaried position, 9 month contract One- to two-courses per year AWA for full-time faculty (for potential director responsibilities)
The Enrollment Counselor, reporting to the Assistant/Associate Director of Enrollment, is responsible for the recruitment of students in a recruitment territory. His/Her major task is to develop a communication strategy that will result in getting the Eastern University message into the hands of prospective students and will require travel to and from off-site recruitment opportunities throughout the year, and may include evening, weekend and overnight responsibilities.
The Counselor III provides counseling and related services to Eastern University students enrolled in the College of Arts Sciences, provides consultation and outreach services to the Eastern University community, and assists the CCAS Director with supervision of counseling staff and advanced clinical care issues.
Reporting to the Director of Plant Operations, the General Maintenance Worker maintains and makes general repairs on mechanical equipment, plumbing, HVAC, electric, minor carpentry, painting, and welding, completes preventative maintenance as needed and other duties as assigned or required. This position is classified as essential personnel under the university policy and is subject to department policies regarding essential personnel. Performs essential duties related to facilities work as identified by management during inclement weather, emergency situations, or as campus needs dictate. Staff, full-time, hourly, 40 hours per week (Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm), 12 months per year. Overtime and On-Call status are required as requested by the Director of Plant Operations.
Applications are being accepted for the position as the full-time Public Safety Officer. A Public Safety Officer patrols the campus to discourage criminal behavior, provides shuttle transportation, secures buildings, and interacts with all members of the Community to promote a sense of well-being and security, and enhance the quality of life on the Eastern University campus. Hours of assignment varies to include nights & weekends. This is a full-time, staff position (40 hours per week, 12 months per year).