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CCCU institutions are located around the world. Though they are diverse in size, scope, and mission, they are each committed to faith-integrated higher education.
This is a full-time faculty position, beginning July 1, 2021. Salary is commensurate with experience and degree held at the time of appointment. Responsibilities include:
Teach mathematics courses (basic math, college algebra, pre-calculus, and calculus).
Work with the vice president for academic affairs in establishing a minor in mathematics.
Engage in academic advisement with students.
Engage in customary non-instructional activities such as attend committee and faculty meetings, maintain regular office hours.
Pursue professional development appropriate to the field in which they are hired, in this case mathematics; and be involved in church and community service opportunities.
Full description may be found at https://www.macuniversity.edu/wp-content/uploads/Math-Job-Announcement-F-21.pdf
The ideal candidate will have an earned doctorate in math or a closely related academic discipline, teaching experience, and at least 3 years of successful classroom teaching. At a minimum a candidate will have an earned master’s degree in math or math education. In considering someone with a master’s degree the expectation will be that the person will enroll in a doctoral program and continued employment will be dependent upon satisfactory progress and completion of a doctorate degree. The applicant must be experientially and theologically committed to the Stone-Campbell faith tradition, and in full agreement with the school’s doctrinal statement.