Biola University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in Engineering Physics at the Full, Associate, or Assistant Professor rank to begin as early as January 2019 or until filled.
Responsibilities. Teach various undergraduate engineering courses (particularly statics, dynamics, and mechanics of materials), computer techniques, general physics courses, and advise engineering physics majors in the 3+2 Engineering Physics Program established with the University of Southern California. Mentor students in research and/or engineering projects. Provide career guidance, and coordinate student transfer and internship opportunities. Help oversee and maintain undergraduate engineering/physics laboratories and instrumentation. Participate in course, curriculum, and program development and well as collaborative, interdisciplinary research projects. Participate in campus, university, and community service activities and professional organizations.
The School of Science, Technology, and Health at Biola University. Biola University has made a visionary commitment to growth and development of the sciences through the organization of the new School of Science, Technology, and Health, which is housed in the $63M, 91,000 sq. ft. Alton and Lydia Lim Center for Science, Technology, and Health, and which opened in Spring, 2018. The School serves over 1,100 students in 16 majors across six departments (Biological Sciences; Chemistry, Physics and Engineering; Math and Computer Science; Kinesiology and Health Science; Nursing; and Communication Sciences and Disorders). The Department of Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering provides strong pre-medical, pre-health, graduate school and post-graduate employment preparation.
Biola University is an evangelical Christian university where faculty endorse a university statement of Christian faith and community values, and are committed to the integration of faith and learning. Biola is committed to diversity and seeks faculty who can contribute to multicultural understandings. Biola serves a student body of over 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students and is accredited by WASC. Biola University, located in dynamic Southern California, offers abundant opportunities for personal and professional growth. Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefit package included. For more information on Biola, visit www.biola.edu.
Review of applications will continue until the positions are filled. Please send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and Christian testimony through Biola’s employment website. (www.biola.edu/employment). Faculty applications will be sent to promising candidates.
Qualifications. Ph.D. in Engineering or closely related field required. Commitment to high quality instruction in a student-centered environment. Industrial experience and/or prior university teaching experience preferred. Enthusiasm for working in a multidisciplinary environment is essential. The candidate must have a strong Christian commitment with an interest in the integration of faith and science.
About Biola University
Biola University's Doctrinal Statement remains the foundational document regarding the theological position of the University. Biola's position from its inception has been and remains Christian, Protestant and theologically conservative. Prospective and existing employees must affirm that their personal theological beliefs are in agreement with the Biola Doctrinal Statement. A prospective or an existing employee's church affiliation will be considered in determining his or her understanding of and compliance with Biola's theological position.
All positions at Biola University require applicants to pass a criminal background check as a condition of employment. This includes a review of any pending charges or convictions. Once a conditional offer of employment is extended, Biola utilizes the services of HireRight, a third-party agency, to conduct a criminal background check. Biola also reserves the right to expand the search if applicable for the position (e.g., a Department of Transportation search for positions that require driving).