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Pfeiffer University is seeking an adjunct for Spanish to teach for the fall, 2014 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.
Physics and General Education Science and Technology -Adjunct Opportunities
Pfeiffer University is seeking a part-time instructor or professor to teach an introductory physics course for science majors. The candidate must have a commitment to undergraduate teaching and mentoring in the liberal arts tradition. Teaching responsibilities include lectures and laboratories in General Physics I for the fall 2014 semester and potentially for General Physics II for the spring 2015 semester. Topics in General Physics I include Basic principles of physics; concepts of force and energy as they relate to mechanics, heat, and electricity. Only the more elementary topics of physics are treated in this first course of the general physics sequence.
Pfeiffer University is seeking a part-time instructor or professor to teach an introductory non-majors science course, “Science, Technology in Modern Society”. Successful applicants should have a minimal of the M.S. degree and appropriate graduate coursework in a science-related field. Teaching experience is desirable. This course serves as an introduction to the philosophy and methodology of the physical sciences, the basic laws of the physical sciences and how the earth as a physical entity falls under those laws. Inventions of man and their impact on society and the planet are examined.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting
Pfeiffer University is seeking applicants for Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting to support the overall mission and vision of Pfeiffer University through excellence in teaching. A commitment to the principles of servant leadership, working with graduate and adult students, and involvement in university and community service is strongly desired.
Founding Dean - Applied Health Sciences
Pfeiffer University seeks a dynamic, motivated and innovative leader to support the academic mission and vision of Pfeiffer University as the Founding Dean of the new division of Applied Health Sciences. The new division will include Nursing, Health Administration, Marriage and Family Therapy and Exercise Science. The Dean will have the opportunity to develop an aggressive and bold vision for the future of this exciting new division.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Health & Exercise Science
Pfeiffer University is seeking applicants for an Assistant/Associate Professor of Health & Exercise Science to support the overall mission and vision of Pfeiffer University through excellence in teaching and advising students in the School of Applied Health Science. A commitment to the principles of servant leadership, working with graduate and adult students, and involvement in university and community service is strongly desired.
The successful candidate will advise student majors, mentor undergraduate research projects, and work with other science faculty in strengthening Pfeiffer's science program. Teaching responsibilities could include lectures and laboratories in exercise physiology, exercise testing and prescription, nutrition, and a first-year seminar course. Other responsibilities include mentoring undergraduate research and working with an interdisciplinary team in the Clergy Health Institute, a program designed to improve the health practices of pastors and their families
Assistant/Associate Professor- Marriage and Family Therapy
The Marriage & Family Therapy Graduate Program at Pfeiffer University is seeking a professional colleague to fill a 9-month faculty position to begin August, 2014, at the Charlotte campus location.
Responsibilities Include: Teach Marriage and Family Therapy courses to Graduate students on the Charlotte Campus (3-3) during evenings and/or nights, comply with University/Department policy/procedures as designated, advise and mentor Graduate students, rotate supervision in the clinic, initiate syllabi and/or curriculum planning and professional development, participate in departmental initiatives as directed including accreditation self-study and/or site visit, maintain state licensure, and contribute to a vibrant and growing academic program through participation in professional/scholarly activities. Occasional driving to multiple campuses is required.
Asst/Assoc. Professor of Health Administration-Finance
Pfeiffer University is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Health Administration, to teach courses in health care finance at the undergraduate and graduate levels, reporting to the Director of Healthcare Programs. The primary responsibility will be teaching courses in health care finance, with possible assignments at the Charlotte and Raleigh campuses, at cohort locations throughout North Carolina, and in online formats. Additional responsibilities include student advising and service to the department and the University.