Location: Montreat, North Carolina
Start Date: January or August, 2017
Summary: Montreat College seeks an Assistant Professor of English. Preference will be given to candidates with a background in composition or rhetoric. This is a full-time position.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The candidate will be responsible for teaching composition, world literature, and other literature courses based on the applicant’s interests. Additional responsibilities include advising students, participating in faculty committees, and other duties as described in the Faculty Handbook. There is a possibility of a supervisory role in the college’s Writing Center.
Successful candidate will affirm and support the Mission, Vision, and Statement of Faith of Montreat College as found here: https://www.montreat.edu/about/mission/
The successful candidate will also demonstrate support for Christian liberal arts education and the specific ability to integrate faith and the discipline in a compelling, thoughtful manner.
Teaching excellence and a willingness to serve the broader college community through service and committee work are also expected.
Doctorate in composition, rhetoric, or related field preferred.
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Application Requirements/How to Apply:
Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Candidates are requested to send the following materials:
1) Letter of Application
2) Curriculum Vitae
3) Transcripts of Undergraduate and Graduate Work
4) Statement of Faith
5) Statement of Philosophy of Christian Higher Education
6) List of Three References with Contact Information
Send materials by email to:
Dr. Gregory Kerr
Vice President for Academic Affairs
c/o English Search Committee
About Montreat College:
Montreat College is a Christian liberal arts college accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to offer masters, bachelors, and associates degrees. The main campus is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains fifteen miles east of Asheville, North Carolina, a region recognized as one of the most attractive living environments in the United States. Additional locations in Asheville, Charlotte, and Morganton supplement the main campus. The College is committed to Christ-centered teaching and learning, and is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities.