As a public service, the CFH will be listing on this page relevant history position announcements .
CFH members are welcome to submit position announcements. We reserve the right to edit same. Decisions to include or omit particular submissions are at the discretion of the CFH office.
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HOPE COLLEGE: WORLD HISTORY (Africa)
The Department of History at Hope College is seeking a dynamic scholar and teacher to fill a tenure-track position for Assistant Professor in World History, beginning fall 2014. Qualified applicants should be enthusiastic about undergraduate teaching and should be prepared to teach upper-level courses in African history and other global area(s), as well as general education courses in world history before and after 1500 (3/3 load). Preferred candidates will have Ph.D. in hand by August 2014. Teaching experience is preferred. Closing date for applications is October 15. Please submit the following electronically: a letter of application, which should incorporate approaches to teaching and research, unofficial transcript, and C.V. Candidate's letter and transcript should indicate what graduate training, research, or courses taught have prepared them to teach courses in African history. Submit materials to www.hope.edu/employment. The Department will interview at the African Studies Association meeting or by Skype.
Hope College is a liberal arts undergraduate college affiliated with the Reformed Church in America with an ecumenical vision of offering an education in the context of the historic Christian faith. Hope has over 3,000 students (3,140 FTE) and 250 FTE faculty; is a member of the Great Lakes Colleges Association; is accredited by NCA, TEAC, ACS, NASAD, NASD, NASM, NAST, CSWE, EAC of ABET, CCNE and CAATE. Hope College is listed among the 40 schools highlighted in Loren Pope's Colleges that Change Lives. The following excerpt conveys well the institutional ethos:
Every school in this book runs on the power of student-professor relationship; there's simply no other way for a college to do the life-changing work of mentoring and teaching students. But at Hope, more than anywhere else, students mention how much their professors care about them as people, not just as mini academics.
CROWN COLLEGE: HISTORY/HUMANITIES
Crown College is seeking applicants for a full-time, tenure track, humanities/history faculty position. Faculty rank determined on experience and qualifications.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
teaching undergraduate courses in, but limited to, Ancient, Western and World Civilization; History of American Political Thought and American Social History; participation in department meetings; academic advising; college committee assignments; participation in strategic planning and vision for the Department
Minimum Requirements: Masters degree in History or related field, required with intent to pursue a terminal degree (ABD candidates will be considered); 3 years of successful full time teaching experience; Commitment to Christian higher education; Ability to integrate faith in teaching; Demonstrated ability to integrate technology into teaching; Commitment to mentoring young leaders; Commitment to personally support and practice the Crown College Statement of Faith and Community Covenant
Preferred Requirements: Terminal degree in history or related field; 5+ years full time higher education teaching experience in history or related field; Active participation in professional education organizations; The College values participation in an evangelical church and community service
To Apply: Applicants should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested applicants must submit all materials on or before March 14, 2014.