Bulletin Board

January/February 2016 Bulletin Board

 

Employment

WASHINGTON ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY seeks a circulation librarian to manage the operation of the circulation department of Weis Library. The position involves managing the circulation functions of the integrated library system; supervising student library assistants; processing course reserves, consortium borrowing and inter-library loan requests; and providing reference assistance to library users. This is a faculty position with assigned rank dependent on qualifications of the selected candidate. To view the full posting and to apply, visit wau.edu/careers (click on “Employment Opportunities” and search for the position).

WASHINGTON ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY seeks candidates for chair, Department of Health/Wellness/Physical Education. The chair leads and creates a visionary program plan and conducts classroom instruction, which affirms the Adventist ministry of teaching and which incorporates insights from the Adventist Blue Zone advantage. Requires: doctorate with curriculum awareness in one of the following: physical education, kinesiology, physiology of exercise, health education or exercise science; minimum 3-5 years of experience teaching physical education, health, wellness and related fields (kinesiology, exercise physiology, sports management or related disciplines); and at least two years of academic supervisory experience. Visit wau.edu/careers to view position and apply.

WASHINGTON ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY seeks dynamic nurse educator candidates for full-time nursing faculty. Rank is commensurate with the qualifications of the successful candidate. The university offers BSN, RN-MSN and MS in nursing programs. Nursing faculty will teach three courses per semester in both undergraduate and graduate programs, as needed. Candidates should have the flexibility to teach either day or evening courses. Visit wau.edu/careers to view position and apply.

WASHINGTON ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY seeks candidates for full-time psychology faculty to teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Courses may include any of the following: General Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Individual Counseling, Group Counseling, Motivation & Learning, Psychopathology and other courses as needed. Courses are held in the day and the evening. Requires doctoral degree in psychology or Counseling Psychology and teaching experience at the college level. Visit wau.edu/careers to view position and apply.

WGTS 91.9 FM seeks mission-minded candidates for two positions: chaplain and major gifts officer. WGTS 91.9 is a listener-supported, FCC-licensed, noncommercial radio station. The chaplain will manage all aspects of the Chaplain’s Department, ensure the spiritual care and well-being of the WGTS 91.9 team; and oversee the spiritual direction and tone of the ministry. The major gifts officer will identify, develop and strengthen relationships between major donors and WGTS 91.9. Visit
wau.edu/careers to view positions and to apply.

PLANT SERVICES DIRECTOR: Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA), New Market, Va., is seeking a person to be the director of plant services. This person will be responsible for the maintenance of campus facilities, grounds and an active transportation department. The director must have strengths in organization and project management, and enjoy being around teenagers. The successful candidate will have a trade-knowledge of HVAC, electrical, mechanics, plumbing and vehicle repairs. SVA uses local contractors to assist plant services personnel when necessary. Standard denominational salary and benefits are available. Please send your résumé to principal Dale Twomley, dale.twomley@sva-va.com.

UNION COLLEGE seeks a Seventh-day Adventist master’s-prepared PA faculty member. The ideal candidate will have clinical experience in family practice and emergency medicine. Prior teaching experience is desired but not necessary. Start date is June 1. Send CV and references to Jodi Chewakin, jochewak@ucollege.edu.

LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY seeks professors in ethics and relational areas. Loma Linda University’s School of Religion invites applications for full-time, tenure-track positions in its bioethics and relational (chaplaincy, whole-person care) areas, to begin July 1. For more information, please contact religion@llu.edu.

BIBLE WORKER needed for the Decatur Seventh-day Adventist church in Illinois. Please contact Pastor John Lewis by email, jelewis727@gmail.com for details. One-year contract, full or part time. Need résumé and references.

WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY is looking to fill several full-time, tenure-track, faculty positions in the areas of Educational Psychology, English Education/Children’s Literature, Industrial Design, Nineteenth Century British Literature, Research Services Librarian, music, psychology and social work. For a detailed description of each position and to apply, please visit jobs.wallawalla.edu.

ANDREWS UNIVERSITY seeks faculty for Teaching Learning Curriculum. Assistant or full professor to teach, advise and direct student projects. Expertise in teaching reading, and/or special education and/or science is desired. A minimum of three years of K-12 U.S./Canada teaching experience required. Position may require teaching in any/or all semesters including summers. Person chosen for this position is expected to be involved in research as well as teaching and supervision of student teachers or graduate internships. A wide variety of responsibilities are expected, including accreditation and assessment as required by the university and outside accrediting bodies. For more information and to apply, visit andrews.edu/admres/jobs/735.

ANDREWS UNIVERSITY seeks academy principal. The principal is Andrews Academy’s leader and is responsible for ensuring that the school fulfills its mission and goals. The principal provides leadership for Andrews Academy by ensuring the continuation of Andrews Academy as an excellent Seventh-day Adventist secondary school and positioning the school for a successful future. He/she administers the school consistent with the policies and procedures adopted by the operating board and will be responsible for all faculty and staff of Andrews Academy. For more information or to apply, visit andrews.edu/admres/jobs/743.

La SIERRA UNIVERSITY is seeking College of Arts & Sciences Dean candidates. Should hold earned doctorate or terminal degree, preferably in the arts and sciences; be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist denomination; and have demonstrated effectiveness as a teacher, scholar and administrator. Additional details and application instructions available at goo.gl/ZTQrY2. Position open until filled.

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