The list below provides information about faculty positions currently available at Harding University. All candidates must be active members of the church of Christ and committed to Christian education.
- Athletic Training Education Program
- Carr College of Nursing
- College of Pharmacy
- Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Department of Mathematics
- Department of Music
- Occupational Therapy Program
- Physician Assistant Program
ATHLETIC TRAINING EDUCATION PROGRAM. Seeking a full-time program director for August 2014. The successful candidate will possess a doctorate or meet degree guidelines for BOC/Commission of Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (minimum of a master’s); hold current national certification and be in good standing with the BOC; hold or be eligible for current Arkansas licensure; have a minimum of five years experience as a BOC-certified athletic trainer; hold a clinical instructor educator certificate with board of certification; and demonstrate teaching, research, scholarship and service consistent with institutional standards. Responsibilities include planning, evaluating and directing the curriculum; advising students in both their education and clinical experiences; maintaining certification of the program with the CAATE; coordinating work with the athletic program; oversee and direct the education and clinical work of all athletic faculty and staff; teaching responsibilities in the CAATE accredited program, clinical responsibilities in athletic training facility, and direct supervision of students as a preceptor. Additional responsibilities will include serving on university and departmental committees and other departmental duties as assigned.
Submit a letter of application and vita to Dr. Kenneth Turley, exercise and sports sciences chair, at email@example.com
CARR COLLEGE OF NURSING. Seeking clinical director for the Master of Science in Nursing/family nurse practitioner track as an assistant/associate professor of nursing beginning January 2014. The successful candidate should maintain an active, unencumbered nursing license; be eligible for RN and APRN licensing in the state of Arkansas; have a minimum of a graduate degree in nursing; be currently, nationally certified as a family nurse practitioner; and have work experience in a primary care practice. Ph.D., D.N.P. or related doctoral degree is required; an experienced, qualified applicant currently pursuing a doctoral degree will be considered. Responsibilities include administrative responsibility for the program outcomes, working collaboratively in shared governance with administration and faculty of the College of Nursing and College of Allied Health, teaching online courses, and participating in program development and implementation. The College of Nursing encourages applicants who are willing to facilitate exceptional student distance learning environments, value mentoring and advising students, and are willing to engage in service for the University, profession and community. Applicants will be expected to pursue scholarly interests and engage students in these activities.
CARR COLLEGE OF NURSING. Seeking full-time faculty member for Master of Science in Nursing, family nurse practitioner track for spring 2015. The successful candidate should maintain an active, unencumbered nursing license; be eligible for RN and APRN licensing in the state of Arkansas; have a minimum of a graduate degree in nursing; be currently, nationally certified as a family nurse practitioner; and have work experience in a primary care practice. Teaching experience is preferred. A candidate with a Ph.D., D.N.P. or related doctoral degree is required, and an experienced, qualified applicant currently pursuing a doctoral degree will be considered. Responsibilities include teaching graduate nursing courses, working collaboratively in shared governance with administration and faculty, teach online courses, and participate in program development and implementation.
For either position, contact Dr. Susan Kehl, graduate director, at firstname.lastname@example.org, Box 12265, Searcy, AR 72149, or 501-279-4941.
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Seeking a full-time faculty member. The successful candidate will possess a Ph.D. or equivalent in medicinal chemistry or an allied field. Preference will be given to applicants with postdoctoral experience as well as to those with two or more years of academic experience. A professional degree in pharmacy is desirable but not required. The primary responsibilities for this position are coordinating and teaching the medicinal chemistry portions of a Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum in both departmental and interdepartmental courses. Engagement of students in research and the establishment of an active research program will be supported.
Submit a letter of interest and curriculum vita to Dr. Kenneth Yates, chair, at email@example.com or Box 12230, Searcy, AR 72149.
For additional information see http://www.harding.edu/pharmacy/AboutUs/positions.html
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS. Seeking a full-time faculty member. The successful candidate will possess a Ph.D. and hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Clinical supervisory experience and experience working with adult populations with communication disorders are highly desirable.
Submit a letter of application and curriculum vitae to Dr. Dan Tullos, chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS. Seeking a full-time faculty member. The successful candidate will possess a minimum of either a doctorate or completing doctoral work. Teaching experience is preferable. Responsibilities will include teaching general courses as well as upper-level courses in mathematics as they are available.
Submit a letter of application and curriculum vita to Dr. Ronald Smith, chair, at email@example.com or Box 10764, Searcy, AR 72149.
DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC. Seeing a full-time faculty member who is a woodwind specialist, with preferred teaching areas in jazz and music education. Master's required, doctorate preferred. Full-time appointment beginning August 1, 2014.
See expanded posting information at www.harding.edu/music before sending letter of application, curriculum vitae and recording to Dr. Mike Chance, firstname.lastname@example.org or Department of Music, Box 10767, Searcy, AR 72149-0767.
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROGRAM. Seeking program director. The successful candidate will have a doctoral degree, eight years of clinical experience in the OT field, administrative experience, and three years in a full-time academic appointment at the post-secondary level.
Submit a letter of interest to Dr. Rebecca Weaver, dean of the College of Allied Health, at email@example.com or Box 12287, Searcy, AR 72149-2287.
Submit a personal statement of teaching philosophy, three letters of professional reference, a transcript of professional degree training along with any other graduate or professional degrees awarded, and curriculum vitae to Dr. Michael Murphy, chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADDITIONAL OPENINGS ANTICIPATED
Due to increasing enrollments and anticipated retirements, Harding expects to have additional openings in behavioral sciences, music, theater, American history, graphic design, Spanish, oral communication and English. Individuals interested in any of these positions should contact Dr. Larry Long, provost, at email@example.com to obtain more information about specific openings. These openings will be filled as funding is approved.
Harding University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, disability or prior military service. Preference is given to persons whose lives exhibit respect for and support of the goals of Christian education. Unlawful discrimination is prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and other applicable laws.
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