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Geneva College invites applications for part-time instructors in a variety of fields to teach courses in its anticipated associates degree program on the campus of Eastern Christian High School located at 50 Oakwood Avenue, North Haledon, NJ. Geneva College is currently awaiting program approval from the State of New Jersey. If the New Jersey location is approved, the positions will begin in Fall 2020, Spring 2021, or Fall 2021. Interviews will commence in December 2019 and positions will remain open until filled. Minority and female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
Geneva College invites applications for part-time instructors in the following disciplines: accounting, business (for courses in communication, analytics, marketing, and finance), communication, engineering (for courses in solid mechanics, linear circuit analysis, and computer-aided engineering), humanities, math (for courses in calculus, differential equations, and probability and statistics), and physics. The selected candidates will teach classes in the late afternoon or evening.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
High quality, effective instruction; relevant assignments; fair and holistic assessment of learning; and clear documentation of student progress.
Selected Candidates will be Expected to:
Teach assigned courses
Follow best practices for effective instruction and class management
Integrate their Christian faith into the course
Adequately prepare all course materials and lessons (Preparation time will vary based on instructor experience in teaching a given course.)
Provide each student with clear course expectations, evaluations, and timelines through carefully-written topical outlines and an approved, standardized syllabus
Ensure course and program learning outcomes are delivered as defined by the syllabus
Provide interesting and relevant assignments that provide students with opportunities to demonstrate their mastery of learning outcomes
Suitably challenge, engage, serve, and communicate with students to encourage their participation and learning while maintaining mutual value and respect
Respond to student questions in a timely manner
Return student assessments and submit final grade reports in a timely manner
Personal Qualities - Christian Commitment
Successful candidates will be thoughtful and articulate Christians and active members of Protestant evangelical churches. Preference will be given to candidates who support and have an articulate understanding of the Reformed faith. Successful candidates must understand and support the College’s Foundational Concepts of Christian Education (see https://www.geneva.edu/about-geneva/foundational_concepts) by expressing an evangelical Christian profession of faith and demonstrating the ability to integrate a Christian perspective in their work.
Education and Experience
Candidates must have obtained at least a conferred masters degree from an accredited U.S. college or university or the international equivalent. Previous higher education teaching experience is preferred as is a Ph.D. or the relevant other terminal degree in their field. Candidates who hold degrees appropriate to their field and have practical experience are also preferred.
Application & Inquiry Process
Only applications that contain the following materials will be considered:
A cover letter which addresses the candidate's interest in the position and explains the specific skills and qualifications related to the position
A current curriculum vitae
A statement of faith detailing the candidate’s relationship to Jesus Christ and including a narrative of past and present church involvement
The names, mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers of three references
Geneva College is a challenging Christian college that prepares students to challenge the world and succeed.
We provide an academically rigorous education comprised of distinctive and innovative courses. Geneva offers over 40 undergraduate majors and seven master’s degree programs, with the most popular including business, engineering, education, biology, communication, psychology, student ministry and human services. And our liberal arts core fosters a breadth of knowledge through the study of humanities, the social and natural sciences, biblical studies, and experiential learning. Founded by the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, Geneva helps students meet the challenge of becoming everything God means them to be.
Our 55-acre campus is located in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, about 35 miles northwest of Pittsburgh. Geneva College is a founding member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU).