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Assistant/Associate Professor of English Type: Full-Time Faculty Date Available: Spring 2019
The School of Arts & Sciences is recruiting an Assistant/Associate Professor of English with one or more of the following specializations highly preferred: Victorian British Literature, Women's Literature/Women's Studies, Writing/Editing for Digital Media. Applicants must be prepared to teach courses in literature, composition, and/or interdisciplinary humanities as part of a 4/4 teaching load.
The successful candidate is expected to have a passion for teaching, and a strong commitment to teaching excellence and service to the Department, the University and the community. With the application letter, provide a list of courses you are able to teach in the areas listed above, along with evidence of effective teaching (such as teaching evaluations and syllabi).
Applicants who have applied for a different full-time position within the PBA English Department since October 2018 and want to be considered for this position must provide a new cover letter that addresses this position, along with any other helpful materials that were not included with the first application.
Qualifications:Applicants with a Ph.D. in English Literature by the time of appointment, with relevant teaching experience and research record, are preferred. Applicants holding an M.A. degree and currently nearing completion of a doctorate in English will also be considered. Must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with traditional coursework.
Only completed applications are accepted, please visit our website for instructions on how to apply.