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Visiting Assistant or Associate Professor in Accounting
Pfeiffer University (Misenheimer, North Carolina) seeks qualified candidates for a tenure-track appointment in Accounting in the School of Business. Appointment is at the visiting assistant/associate professor level and would begin Fall 2015. Ph. D. or doctoral degree required from an AACSB-accredited university. Candidates must be able to demonstrate teaching and practical ability in the following undergraduate /graduate areas: auditing, forensic accounting, fraud examination, white collar crime and valuation. Teaching responsibilities include both traditional seated and online courses.
Adjunct - Psychiatric Nursing/Mental Health
Pfeiffer University is seeking an adjunct clinical professor for the fall, 2015 semester, to teach NURS 412, Psychiatric Nursing/Mental Health in our traditional program. The NURS 412 clinical component of Psychiatric Nursing/Mental Health provides opportunities to expand nursing skills to diverse adults who are experiencing a variety of problems related to psychiatric and mental health. The clinical experience focuses on evidence-based practice and the role of the nurse in promoting, maintaining, and restoring health to adults of all ages having psychological problems.
Adjunct - Nursing Care of Adults II
Pfeiffer University is seeking an adjunct clinical professor for the fall, 2015 semester, to teach NURS 410, Nursing Care of Adults II in our traditional program. The NURS 410 clinical component of Nursing Care of Adults II builds on the previous Nursing Care of Adults I and Foundations and Concepts for Professional Nursing Practice I. The clinical experience focuses on evidence-based practice and the role of the nurse in promoting, maintaining, and restoring health to adults of all ages having physiological problems.
Assistant/Associate Professor Nursing Nursing Skills Laboratory/Medical-Surgical Nursing
Pfeiffer University seeks an assistant/associate professor in Nursing with instruction in theory and clinical practice in Medical-Surgical Nursing. Responsibilities will include lab coordination activities in addition to lab instruction/simulation, supervision of student groups in clinical areas, and classroom instruction. Faculty will assist with student development and will serve as an academic advisor to undergraduate nursing students. Participation in co-curricular activities such as department colloquia, seminars, and committees will be expected.
Adjunct - Physics and Mathematics
Pfeiffer University is seeking an adjunct professor for the fall, 2015 semester, to teach Physics 302: A continuation of General Physics I. Principles of classical and modern physics; mechanics; sound; heat; Physics electricity; light; modern physics (algebra based). The ideal candidate will hold a Masters in Physics (at least 18 hours physics related courses), Ph.D. preferred and must have a commitment to undergraduate teaching and mentoring in the liberal arts tradition. Teaching responsibilities include lectures and laboratories introductory physics. Hold a minimum of six office hours per week on no fewer than four different days. Prepare course outline and syllabus, develop course and lesson plans, and engage in the selection of textbook and other teaching aids necessary to the instruction of courses. Teach pertinent course subject using lectures, demonstrations, class discussion, and other appropriate modes of educational delivery. Lead and monitor classroom instruction that promotes educational and learning process keeping with faculty academic freedom and responsibility. Evaluate and grade student performance. Responsible for producing and distributing course learning objectives.
Founding Program Director, Physician Assistant Program
Pfeiffer University invites applications for the position of Founding Program Director in the University’s new Masters in Science Physician Assistant Program. The successful candidate will join the Division of Applied Health Sciences and work in partnership with colleagues to support the development of an exciting new program focused on serving communities in the eight county Central Park North Carolina region.
Assistant/Associate Professor Nursing Mental Health/Psychiatric Nursing
Pfeiffer University seeks an assistant/associate professor in Nursing with instruction in theory and clinical practice in Mental Health/Psychiatric Nursing or OB/Pediatrics. Responsibilities will include classroom instruction and supervision of student groups in clinical areas. Faculty will assist with student development, nursing skills laboratory activities, and will serve as an academic advisor to undergraduate nursing students. Participation in co-curricular activities such as department colloquia, seminars, and committees will be expected.
American History – American Studies
The Department of Humanities at Pfeiffer University seeks an adjunct professor for Fall 2015, to teach American History survey and upper division courses in American History/Culture. The ideal candidate has an interdisciplinary orientation and a commitment to the general education core in the context of undergraduate, liberal arts education. A PhD in History or American Studies is required. Expertise in Southern Culture or Ethnic Studies is preferred.
Adjunct - Spanish
Pfeiffer University is seeking an adjunct for Spanish to teach for the Fall, 2015 semester on the Misenheimer campus. A Master’s degree is required; both Spanish I and Spanish II classes are available. The schedule would be Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with classes starting at 2:00 pm for Spanish I, and at 3:00 pm for Spanish II. We seek candidates with a strong commitment to teaching excellence.
Adjunct - Graphic Design
Pfeiffer University is seeking a qualified candidate to teach introductory course in the essential tools of graphic design for the 2015-2016 academic year. The basic functions of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, page layout, digital drawing and designing with type will be explored. Students will apply both hands-on and computer-based design methods to solve a variety of visual communication problems.
Asst.-Assoc.-Full Professor of Health Administration
Pfeiffer University is seeking an Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Health Administration, to teach courses in health administration at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Primary responsibility will be teaching courses in healthcare administration; student advising, and service to the University. The normal teaching load is six courses per year, with possible assignments at the Charlotte and Raleigh campuses, at cohort locations throughout North Carolina, and in online formats.