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Faculty Full Time Positions
A full description of the duties of full-time faculty can be found in the University's Faculty Handbook at http://academicscranton.edu/organization/fac/handbook/faculty_handbook.htm. Faculty receive a competitive salary and benefits package including support for academic development. Interested applicants must apply online at http://universityofscrantonjobs.com where one can also find complete descriptions for each position and specific instructions for submitting an application. Applications will be accepted until positions ares filled, unless noted.
Positions listed below are full-time tenure track beginning August 2014.
Positions listed below are full-time non-tenure track.
Accounting: Assistant Professor
The Department of Accounting seeks a full-time tenure track faculty position in Information Systems and Auditing. Applicants must be qualified to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels, demonstrate scholarly research activities which meet AACSB-related criteria and commiteed to service. The primary teaching responsibilities will be in the areas of accounting information systems and auditing. An ability to teach writing intensive and accounting communications courses is desirable. Qualifications include an appropriate earned doctorate from an AACSB-accredited institution or ABD (lecturer rank) with completion expected within 18 months of appointment.
Operations & Information Management: Assistant Professor
The Department of Operations & Information Management seeks a full-time, tenure track, faculty position. A strong commitment to teaching, scholarly research and service is expected of the candidate. Preference will be given to candidates with teaching/research interests in management science, production planning and control, ERP, and supply chain mangement. Qualifications include Ph.D. in Operations Management/Supply Chain Management or a closely related field from an AACSB accredited business school. ABD's within one year of completion will be considered at lecturer rank.
Health Administration & Human Resources: Assistant Professor
The Department of Health Administration & Human Resources seeks an individual for full-time, tenure track, position. Applicants must be qualified to teach HR topics at the undergraduate and graduate level. Previous teaching experience is desirable. All graduate level-HR courses are delivered in an online format (see program details at http://onlinehrdegree.scranton.edu/masters-human-resources.asp). Information about the on-campus undergraduate Human Resources Studies (HRS) program can be found at http://matrix.scranton.edu/academic/pcps/hahr/indext.shtml. Applicants must possess competence in conducting research normally demonstrated through (but not limited to) a track record of peer-reviewed publications and presentations. Applicants must be able to articulate a commitment to service to the department, the college, the profession, and the external community. Applicants must possess an earned doctorate in HR or a closely related field from an accredited university (ABDs may be considered at the rank of lecturer with degree completion expected within 12 months of appointment). A minimum of 5 years of recent human resources management-level work experience and professional certification (e.g PHR, SHPR, GPHR, CPLP, CPP) are preferred. The postion will remain open until filled.
Physical Therapy: Tenured Faculty Positions (ranks open and negotiable)
Tenured Faculty Positions (ranks open and negotiable) in the Department of Physical Therapy. Responsibilities include teaching, service, and scholarship. Clinical practice opportunities are also available and encouraged. The qualifications: an earned academic doctorate (e.g., PhD, EdD) in a field relevant to physical therapy. Candidates with a background in basic science (e.g. anatomy, kinesiology, neuroscience, biomechanics) will also be considered. ABD candidates will be considered at the rank of lecturer with degree completion expected within twelve (12) months of appointment; a minimum of three (3) years of clinical experience; a minimum of three (3) years of teaching experience in an academic and/or clinical setting, and a record of scholarly achievement, eligibility for licensure in Pennsylvania with clinical expertise any area of practice (e.g., neurologic, orthopaedic, cardiovascular, pediatric). Preference will be given to candidates with American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties certification.
Health Administratin/Human Resources: Faculty Specialist
The Department of Health Administration/Human Resources seeks an individual for a twelve month Faculty Specialist to begin December 17, 2013. Responsibilities include supervising internships and residencies for students enrolled in on campus undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered through the department. Expectations for the position include managing all internship and residence-related paperwork, developing work plans with students, performing on-site supervision, maintaining contact with site preceptors, monitoring student progress reports, and evaluating student performance in interships and residencies. Supervisory work will be conducted during Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. Appointment is for one year, concluding December 17, 2014. Applicants must possess a Master's degree in Health Administration (MHA), Master's of Public Health (MPH), Master's of Business Administration (MBA) or Master's degree in a related field. Supervisory experince in a healthcare ofother management setting is preferred.
Health Adminstration/Human Resources: Faculty Specialist
The Department of Health Administration/Human Resources seeks an individual for a twelve month Faculty Specialist to begin December 17, 2013. Responsibilities of the position include: facilitating the development of the Online MHA Degree Program, application review, recruitment of faculty to teach online course sections, work with teaching faculty, conducting meetings with teaching faculty and completing assessment and evaluation activities, and teaching online MHA courses as well as on-campus undergraduate and graduate level health administration courses. Teaching assignments might also include undergraduate and graduate (online) Human Resources courses. Applicants must possess a Master's degree in Health Administration (MHA), Master's of Public Health (MPH), Master's of Business Administration (MBA) or Master's degree in a related field. Experience in senior organizational management, project management, course and curriculum development, as well as graduate level online teaching experience, and ability to work with departmental facuty are also required.
Nursing: Two Faculty Specialists
The Department of Nursing invites applications for two full-time faculty specialist positions. The faculty specialist positions are non-tenure track and focus on teaching and service. These positions involve teaching undergraduate students in small classes, clinical supervision in small groups, and University and Community service. The successful candidates must have a Masters Degreee in Nursing from an NLNAC or CCNE accredited program, clinical experience within the past three (3) years, and must be eligible or currently licensed to practice nursing in Pennsylvania. The preferred applicants will have national certification in a clinical specialty. We are seekng outstanding candidates with expertise in one or more of the following clinical specialties: Medical-Surgical, Critical Care or Psychiatric/Mental health.