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College of the Ozarks invites applications for a full-time teaching position in its biology department. The primary responsibilities for this position will include classroom and laboratory instruction for upper-level human physiology and general biology for majors. The successful candidate may also teach additional courses in immunology, embryology or other courses related to their field of expertise. Most biology majors are pre-professional students in health-related fields (pre-med, pre-dental, pre-PA, etc.) or students seeking admission to biology graduate programs. A Ph.D. in biology or a terminal degree in a related field is preferred. Rank and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience; may lead to a multi-year letter of appointment.
Non-teaching responsibilities include maintaining laboratory equipment, advising students, supervising student workers in the biology department, participating in semiannual faculty workshops, serving on campus committees, and attending monthly division meetings.
Our student-focused undergraduate institution values self-motivated, versatile faculty with strong teaching skills and the ability to work and communicate effectively with other faculty members. The successful candidate will embrace the College’s Christ-centered mission, demonstrate a commitment to undergraduate teaching excellence, desire to serve as a mentor and positive role model, and pursue integration of biology and Christian faith.
College of the Ozarks is a small (1,400 students), liberal arts, work-study college with a commitment to evangelical Christian faith and service, located in southwest Missouri near Branson (www.cofo.edu). Class sizes are small, generally 15-30 students in STEM courses. There is a strong sense of community among faculty, staff, and students not found at many institutions.
Send letter of application, CV, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation (including one from your pastor) to Dr. Eric Bolger, Dean of the College, PO Box 17, Point Lookout, MO 65726, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The preferred start date is January 2024 or August 2024.
College of the Ozarks is a fully accredited, Christian, liberal arts college located just outside Branson, Missouri. Founded in 1906 by Presbyterian minister Reverend James Forsythe as a high school called The School of the Ozarks, the institution became a junior college in 1956 before becoming a four-year bachelor’s program in 1965. It has been called College of the Ozarks since 1990.
The mission of College of the Ozarks is to provide the advantages of a Christian education for youth of both sexes, especially those found worthy, but who are without sufficient means to procure such training.