SBU Faculty Employment Opportunities
Instructor-Preceptor/Assistant Athletic Trainer
Job Description: SBU invites applications for the position of Ten-month Instructor-Preceptor, Athletic Training/Assistant Athletic Trainer (combined position). The position is a ten-month, position.
Qualifications, Education & Experience
Faculty Qualifications for Athletic Training:
An applicant with an earned Masters degree in Athletic Training is preferred, but will accept applicants with an earned Masters degree in a related field. The faculty position will be responsible for teaching 8 academic credits of Athletic Training Practicum courses for the academic year.
Applicants should have a minimum of a masters degree in Athletic Training or the equivalent, from a regionally accredited university or college. Applicant must be a BOC Certified Athletic Trainer and hold or is eligible to hold a Missouri Athletic Training License. Experience with CAATE Standards and Guidelines is desired.
Three to five years of teaching or working experience is preferred. Applicant must be an evangelical Christian.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Review/screening of applications will begin immediately. To complete a faculty application go to: http://www.sbuniv.edu/hr/forms/FacultyApplication.pdf
All candidates are required to sign the Principles and Expectations portion of the application. We are committed to providing a rich learning environment for our students. Materials submitted must include a letter of intent, resume with 3 references, signed Universitys Principles and Expectations statement, and personal statement of faith. Please submit materials to the address below:
Mr. TJ John, ATC, LAT, COS
Search Committee Chair
1600 University Avenue
Southwest Baptist University
Bolivar, MO 65613
Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer and Information Sciences (Full-time, Tenure track)
Job Description: Teaching responsibilities will include 24 load hours per year in computer and/or information sciences. Mentoring and advising undergraduate students. Participate in department and university committees and other university functions as required. Participate in professional activities.
Department: The Department of Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) consists of four full-time faculty, three adjuncts, and approximately 90 students majoring in computer science, computer information science, or web systems and design. The department is housed in the Gene Taylor Free Enterprise Center and is one of three undergraduate degree granting departments in the College of Business and Computer Science (COBACS).
Qualifications: Ph.D. preferred, ABD near completion of Ph.D. considered, in computer science. Must demonstrate an Evangelical Christian faith compatible with the mission of SBU, a commitment to teaching in an undergraduate Christian liberal arts program, evidence of scholarship in computer science, and an interest in the successful integration of faith and discipline.
- Teaching experience with documented excellence
- A desire to mentor students
- A background and/or interest in security or web-based system
Application: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until March 1, 2013.
To Apply: Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter describing qualifications and interest in the position, curriculum vitae, and a completed application form to:
Dr. Tim DeClue
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
1600 University Avenue
Bolivar, MO 65613
Thank you for your interest in SBU. If you would like to submit a resume, separate from a job posting above, please do so by emailing David Pierce @ email@example.com. Your information will be kept on file for one year.
SBU offers liberal arts and selected professional degrees and is affiliated with the Missouri Baptist Convention. Master's degrees are offered in education, educational administration, and business administration. A doctoral program is offered in physical therapy. Total enrollment is 3,716, with 1,616 undergraduate students on the Bolivar campus, 155 on the Mountain View campus, 215 on the Salem campus and 695 on the Springfield campus. SBU also has a number of graduate students and locations.