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Faculty Careers - Chemistry/Biochemistry, Faculty Careers - Other
Central Christian College of Kansas is pleased to solicit applications and nominations for the faculty member position in the field of chemistry. Under the supervision of the Chief Academic Officer, as a faculty member, this individual is responsible for organizing and facilitating undergraduate courses, participating in appropriate committees, overseeing division lectureships, and participating in faculty-related assignments. In compliance with standing procedure, the minimum teaching load for faculty is equivalent to 24 semester credit hours of instruction in organized residential classes, each nine-month academic year. Up to two additional credit hours are expected each semester for advising and institutional service (total of 4). Added to the teaching load, the total expected workload is 28 credits.
The position requires acceptance and affirmation of the College’s evangelical statement of faith and a lifestyle commitment. Additional requirements include:
An advanced degree in chemistry or related chemistry coursework
Experience in teaching at the collegiate level
A demonstrated vital faith
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commiserate on credentials and experience in teaching. A generous complement of benefits is offered, including health insurance, retirement plan contributions, and dependent tuition remission (on ground). Beyond those measurable benefits, CCCK is a great place to work, with dedicated faculty and staff serving with whole hearts, shaping the next generation of Christian leaders. McPherson also offers a relatively low cost of living.
About Central Christian College of Kansas
Central Christian College of Kansas recognizes the benefits of maintaining a diverse faculty who can provide a wide spectrum of perspectives and experiences representing the creativity of a loving and innovative God. Central Christian College of Kansas reviews all applications and hires individuals based on their qualifications for the position. Therefore, the College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, political affiliation, marital status, parental status, or military or veteran status. As a Christian college, affiliated with the Free Methodist Church of North America, Central Christian College of Kansas asserts its right to employ persons who subscribe to the intent, mission, Statement of Faith, and Core Values of the College, as well as the lifestyle expectations articulated in the Free Methodist Book of Discipline (Para. 3000-3430; 2011).