Greenville College is seeking a dynamic faculty member to become a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor serving our thriving graduate education programs. The appointment will begin Fall 2017.
We are seeking a potential colleague who
- Is dedicated to graduate level teaching.
- Is committed to serve as a role model for students within an academic community with a distinctively Christian mission.
- Demonstrates an understanding of and commitment to liberal arts education.
- Has an active and vibrant Christian faith.
- Holds an earned doctorate (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) in Education.
- Has a record of excellent teaching.
- Has a willingness to work with online students.
- Demonstrates a cooperative, collegial spirit.
- Has experience in developing online courses and teaching online.
- Is motivated to monitor and grow a graduate online program.
- Holds advanced degree or has extensive experience in special education preferred.
The specific teaching assignment for this position will be at the graduate level and the successful candidate will be able to assume both generalist and specialized teaching responsibilities in the Master of Arts in Education program that includes emphases in Special Education, Coaching, Curriculum and Instruction, Reading, and ESL, as well as a Master of Arts in Teaching (Elementary Licensure). This position includes responsibilities of oversight and growth of the program. Additional responsibilities normally expected of a full-time faculty member include committee work; advising students; regular participation in efforts of recruitment, retention, and other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION: The School of Education (SOE) has more than 300 students enrolled in a traditional undergraduate program, four partnership programs, MAT, and MAE programs. The school offers majors in elementary education, special education, early childhood education, physical education, music education, and seven additional secondary education programs. The SOE also partners with community colleges and universities that do not offer 4-year teacher education programs to provide the experiences and course work necessary to earn a bachelor's degree and licensure to teach in the State of Illinois. The SOE was accredited by the Illinois State Board of Education with no weaknesses (using NCATE standards) and serves as a model for other teacher education programs in the state of Illinois. The SOE also has national TEAC accreditation.
GREENVILLE COLLEGE: Greenville College empowers students for lives of character and service through a transforming Christ-centered education in the liberal arts, sciences, and professional studies The College is located 50 miles east of St. Louis in a wonderful small town of approximately 7,000 residents. Greenville College was founded in 1892 and has a rich heritage of affiliation with the Free Methodist Church, yet draws students from over 40 denominations.
We are a Christian community committed to challenging and nurturing students. We are dedicated to excellence in higher education grounded in both the liberal arts tradition and a rich Wesleyan heritage. We provide an education characterized by open inquiry into all creation and guided by the authority of Scripture, tradition, reason, and experience.
Dean of the School of Education
Salary is based on academic preparation and years of relevant experience. The College also provides a generous benefits package that includes health and disability insurance.
We are seeking a dynamic faculty member committed to Christian Higher Education in a liberal arts context. This individual should hold an earned doctorate in Education (ABD considered). Teaching experience at the Master's level is preferred. Candidates must be passionate about teaching and preparing excellent educators and committed to serving as a role model for students within a Christian academic community. Greenville College hires faculty members with a vibrant personal Christian faith that animates their commitment to scholarship and their passion for mentoring students.
How to Apply
Application materials should include a (1) letter of application, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) statement of philosophy of Christian higher education, (4) statement of personal faith journey and commitment, (5) letters from three professional references, and (6) official transcripts. Address application materials to:
Dr. Mark Lamb
Dean of the School of Education
315 East College Avenue
Greenville, Illinois 62246
Greenville College seeks to model the diversity of Christ’s kingdom. Toward that end, we seek a diverse pool of applicants and do not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, national or ethnic origin.