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Education Department Chair

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Huntington University seeks a Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Teacher Education/Education Department Chair.  The Teacher Education Program is well established, having continuous NCATE accreditation since 1994. The successful candidate will lead a dedicated, student-centered faculty to move the program forward toward growth and expansion. This full-time, tenure track position (Associate or Full Professor, depending on qualifications) begins Fall 2018.

Minimum qualifications include an earned doctorate from an accredited institution in an education-related discipline, a record of successful administrative leadership, and a demonstrated record of distinguished teaching, service, and professional experience in the field of education.

ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • A record of excellence in teaching, service, and scholarship in a college or university
  • Understanding of current trends in educator preparation
  • Experience working with national accreditation (CAEP)
  • Experience working with an educator preparation program
  • Experience working in a faith-based institution
  • A demonstrated ability to build and maintain partnerships with community stakeholders
  • Experience with academic leadership roles such as budget management, faculty hiring, scheduling, and academic advising
  • Experience mentoring and evaluating faculty
  • Effective verbal and written communication

For more information, see https://www.huntington.edu/education.

Benefits include TIAA, medical, life and disability insurance, and traditional undergraduate tuition remission for dependents.  Huntington University is an equal opportunity employer.  The University is committed to building a stronger multi-cultural campus climate and enthusiastically encourages women and ethnically diverse candidates to apply.

A cover letter, curriculum vitae, completed faculty application form (found above), and the names and contact information for three references should be sent to dean@huntington.edu (email preferred), or mailed to Dr. Michael Wanous, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, Huntington University, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN 46750.  Review of applications will begin November 3rd, 2017 and continue until the position is filled. 


Occupational Therapy Assistant Program - Academic Fieldwork Coordinator

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The Huntington University Occupational Therapy Assistant Program invites applicants for the position of Academic Fieldwork Coordinator to start in July 2018.  The academic fieldwork coordinator develops new fieldwork I and II sites for use by OTA students for their fieldwork in compliance with ACOTE 2011 Standards.  The academic fieldwork coordinator creates a memorandum of understanding with each site and makes student placements at the sites.  The coordinator administers evaluations of the students and the fieldwork sites, provides training for the site supervisors, and conducts orientations and debriefings for student participants.  This position includes teaching in the OTA Program.   See:  https://www.huntington.edu/occupational-therapy-assistant

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Strong personal evangelical Christian commitment and faith in Jesus Christ and an understanding of the relationship of faith and professional practice.
  • The individual must be an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant and hold a master’s degree awarded by an institution that is accredited by a USDE-recognized regional accrediting body.
  • Current OT practitioner licensure in Indiana is required for employment.
  • Commitment to an occupational therapy practice curriculum based on the mission of the University that exemplifies Christian ethics, compassion, and service.
  • Demonstrated successful teaching and curriculum development experience in undergraduate level institutions, with program development experience strongly preferred.
  • Administrative and supervisory management experience in an educational institution or health care agency.
  • Evidence of clinical practice activities in professional health care organizations and ability to work successfully with a broad range of organizations.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with an ability to work collaboratively with faculty, students, the University community, and clinical agencies.
  • Demonstrated professional writing skills and organizational skills and attention to detail in overseeing legal documents.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Comply with current ACOTE standards pertaining to fieldwork and contribution to programmatic compliance with standards.
  • Identify sites for use by OTA students for fieldwork experiences.
  • Maintain computer databases with high level of accuracy and currency.
  • Develop contracts with each field experience site and develop new sites as needed.
  • Recruit specific OT practitioners in the sites to supervise field experiences.
  • Provide training for site supervisors.
  • Work with the OTA Program Director to oversee development of the fieldwork component of the OTA program.
  • Coordinate with the OTD Academic Fieldwork Coordinator to optimize fieldwork selection process.
  • Release time of 6 credit hours per semester is provided for fieldwork administration or 12 credit hours per year.  As a result, the fieldwork coordinator will teach 12 or less credit hours per year.
  • Work with the OTA Program Director to identify and assess learning outcomes associated with the fieldwork components of the program.
  • Make site placements for students.
  • Track student progress, future needs, and performance in program fieldwork components.
  • Conduct support events for fieldwork students – orientations, fieldwork seminars, debriefings.
  • Administer the portion of the program assessment system that pertains to fieldwork experiences.
  • Teach fieldwork seminar coursework in the program as assigned.
  • Create and maintain policy manuals pertaining to the various fieldwork assignments – provide orientation to the manuals for students and site supervisors.
  • Participate in University committees and other regular faculty activities.
  • Ability to mentor and remediate underperforming students.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the OTA Program Director.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:  This position requires occasional climbing, stooping, crawling, lifting, pulling and pushing loads of 50 lbs., carrying and climbing, reaching both high and low. Frequently requires walking, standing, and balancing. Constantly requires sitting, repetitious finger and wrist movement, speaking clearly, hearing conversations, hearing (with acuity), seeing near and far with depth perception with color vision.  Exerting 20-50 pounds of force occasionally, and /or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and / or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects are required.

Benefits include TIAA, medical, life and disability insurance, and traditional undergraduate tuition remission for dependents.  Huntington University is an equal opportunity employer.  Women and minority candidates are enthusiastically encouraged to apply.

A cover letter, curriculum vitae, completed faculty application form (found above), and the names and contact information for three references should be sent to dean@huntington.edu (email preferred), or mailed to Dr. Michael Wanous, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, Huntington University, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN 46750.  Review of applicants will begin on October 20th, 2017, and continue until the position is filled. 


Assistant Professor of Exercise Science

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The Department of Kinesiology at Huntington University invites applicants for a tenure-track position in Exercise Science beginning Fall 2018.  The ideal candidate will possess the ability to 1) teach courses such as structural kinesiology and biomechanics, motor behavior, wellness for life, sport/exercise psychology, health and fitness, and possible other courses in Kinesiology; 2) contribute to the department’s mission in the core curriculum; and 3) advise and mentor students on curricular and post-graduate options.  The successful candidate will be expected to maintain an active program of scholarship with students and will have the opportunity to shape the direction of the programs and department, so an individual with vision and passion for the future is highly desired.  Huntington University is a Christian university and seeks applicants committed to its evangelical Christian mission.

The Department offers degrees in Exercise & Movement Science, Sport & Exercise Studies, Pre-Athletic Training, and Occupational Therapy Assistant.  A doctoral degree in an exercise science-related field is required.  Doctoral candidates close to completion will be considered—a doctorate is required for receiving tenure. One or more certifications from ACSM, NSCA, ACE, and/or other exercise/health organization preferred. For more information see:https://www.huntington.edu/kinesiology

Benefits include TIAA, medical, life and disability insurance, and traditional undergraduate tuition remission for dependents.  Huntington University is an equal opportunity employer.  Women and minority candidates are enthusiastically encouraged to apply.

A cover letter, curriculum vitae, application form (found above), and the names and contact information for three references should be sent to dean@huntington.edu (email preferred), or mailed to Dr. Michael Wanous, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, Huntington University, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN 46750.  Review of applicants will begin on October 6th, 2017, and continue until the position is filled. 


Assistant Professor of Chemistry

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The Department of Chemistry at Huntington University invites applicants for a tenure-track
position in organic chemistry beginning Fall 2018. The anticipated course load includes a twosemester
sequence of organic chemistry; one semester of biochemistry; a one-semester chemistry
support course for nursing majors; either liberal arts chemistry or general chemistry as course
load allows; and/or other electives depending on expertise and interest.

The successful candidate will be an excellent teacher committed to maintaining ongoing
undergraduate research with students. As part of a two-person department, the candidate will
have the opportunity to shape the direction of the programs and department; a collegial
individual with vision and passion for the future is highly desired. Huntington University is an
evangelical Christian university and seeks applicants committed to its Christian mission, faithlearning
integration, and liberal arts education.

The Department offers B.A. and B.S. degrees in chemistry, including tracks in biochemistry, premedicine,
and pre-pharmacy; and a B.S. degree in chemistry education. The department has an
excellent record of pre-medical and graduate school preparation and also provides support for
majors in biology, exercise science, agribusiness, and nursing. The department is housed in a
modern, well-equipped Science Hall; student laboratory space and modest funds are available for
research. A doctoral degree in chemistry is preferred; candidates must complete the doctoral
degree by the time of tenure review. See: http://www.huntington.edu/chemistry.

Benefits include TIAA, medical, life and disability insurance, and traditional undergraduate
tuition remission for dependents. Huntington University is an equal opportunity employer.
Women and minority candidates are enthusiastically encouraged to apply.

A cover letter, curriculum vitae, completed application form (found above), and the names and contact
information for three references should be sent to dean@huntington.edu (email preferred), or
mailed to Dr. Michael Wanous, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty,
Huntington University, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN 46750. Review of applicants will
begin on September 29th, 2017, and continue until the position is filled.


Bus Driver

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Huntington University seeks part-time bus drivers for a 35 passenger bus.  This position is responsible for transporting students, staff, coaches, and passengers safely to and from their destination in the established times and in all types of weather and road conditions.  Observe legal, safe, and defensive driving practices.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must have a strong personal faith in Jesus Christ, a desire to serve others and a commitment to being a faithful steward of university resources
  • Must have a “clean” driving record
  • Have sufficient physical and mental abilities to operate a school bus/van in a safe manner
  • Must be narcotic drug and alcohol free
  • Professional driving experience preferred
  • This is a part-time, on call position
  • Minimum age of 25 years
  • Must possess a valid commercial driver’s with passenger endorsement

To apply, send resume/staff application to Huntington University, Attn: Human Resource Office, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington IN 46750 or send by email to prudy@huntington.edu

A full job description can also be found here.

Occupational Therapy - Adjunct Faculty

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Huntington University’s Entry Level Doctorate of Occupational Therapy Program is inviting applications for adjunct faculty with relevant clinical or research expertise across the spectrum of OT practice.


Successful applicants must have a strong personal faith in Jesus Christ and an understanding of the relationship of integration of faith and professional practice. Personal commitment to stewardship and a desire to serve others with compassion is expected. The individual must be licensed by the state of Indiana as an occupational therapist and hold a degree (bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate) awarded by an institution that is accredited by an USDE-recognized regional accrediting body. Evidence of clinical practice and research activities in professional health care organizations and the ability to work successfully with a broad range of organizations is desired. Demonstrated organizational network, strong interpersonal, and effective communication skills are needed to be successful. 


Schedule and workload are flexible to meet the needs of active clinicians with an interest in teaching/academia. Support and collaboration with content development and delivery will be provided by the full-time faculty and program director.


Curriculum vitae (with Indiana state OT licensure # noted), references, and a completed Faculty Application form (found above) should be addressed to:

Human Resource Office
Huntington University
2303 College Avenue
Huntington, Indiana 46750

Or email information to prudy@huntington.edu or fax (260) 359-4086


Assistant Professor of Animation

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The Department of Digital Media Arts at Huntington University is seeking candidates for a full-time, tenure-track position in Animation beginning in Fall 2018. The ideal candidate should have a primary strength in at least one of the following areas: 3D Character Animation, Motion Graphics (2D and 3D), or Storyboarding. Secondary strengths in complementary areas like 3D Rigging, Special Effects Animation, Stop Motion, Gaming Engines, 2D Character Animation, 3D Sculpting, and Game Design are also welcome.

Responsibilities include teaching classes in several of the above areas as well as helping shape curriculum, managing animation labs, and serving on faculty committees. The Digital Media Arts department includes five faculty members offering majors in Animation, Broadcasting, Film Production and Film Studies. There are currently two animation professors and 60+ students in the animation program. 

See https://www.huntington.edu/digital-media-arts/programs/animation.

QUALIFICATIONS SOUGHT:

  • MFA (or near completion) expected
  • Animation studio or gaming studio production experience
  • Energetic, student-centered, effective teacher-mentor
  • Commitment to evangelical Christian faith and faith-learning integration
  • Commitment to Christian liberal arts education
  • Experience with Maya or Cinema 4D, After Effects and the Adobe Creative Suite (Z-brush and Toon Boom also a plus)

Benefits include TIAA, medical, life and disability insurance, and traditional undergraduate tuition remission for dependents.  Huntington University is an equal opportunity employer.  The University is committed to building a stronger multi-cultural campus climate and enthusiastically encourages women and ethnically diverse candidates to apply.

A cover letter, curriculum vitae, completed faculty application form (found above), digital portfolio link, and the names and contact information for three references should be sent to dean@huntington.edu (email preferred), or mailed to Dr. Michael Wanous, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, Huntington University, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN 46750.  Review of applications will begin October 20th, 2017 and continue until the position is filled. 


Occupational Therapy Faculty

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Huntington University’s Doctorate of Occupational Therapy Program is inviting applications for full time, tenure track faculty positions (2) to begin in June 2018.  

Successful applicants must have a strong personal faith in Jesus Christ and an understanding of the integration of faith and professional practice. The individual must be a licensed occupational therapist and hold a doctoral degree awarded by a regionally accredited institution. Applicants should have demonstrated successful teaching and clinical experience with expertise in assistive technology, psychosocial practice, neuroscience, and/or research preferred. The ideal candidate should also have strong interpersonal skills, verbal/written communication, and the ability to operate as part of a dynamic, driven team with high standards for academic excellence.

Huntington’s OTD program is located on the campus of Parkview Randallia Medical Center in nearby Fort Wayne. Immersion within the largest health care system in NE Indiana provides unique opportunities for research, collaboration and practice for students and faculty members. The OTD program is fully accredited, receiving a 7 year accreditation status by ACOTE in April 2016.

Facuty application may be found above. Letters of interest with a completed application form, curriculum vitae and references may be emailed to prudy@huntington.edu

Huntington University, in its employment practices, does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, or national origin.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. 


Graduate Counseling - Adjunct Faculty

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Huntington University Graduate Counseling Program is seeking adjunct faculty for the following courses:

CN601 Human Growth and Development                Taught on our Fort Wayne campus

CN602 Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues                        Taught on our Huntington campus

CN604 Theory and Practice of Assessment                            Taught on our Huntington campus                

These classes will be taught from mid-January until late April, 2017.  Prior experience in the field of counseling is essential. This position will involve teaching in the classroom setting, and includes grading of student assignments, and being available for student interaction outside of the classroom.

Potential faculty must hold at least a master’s degree in counseling or a related mental health discipline, from an accredited institution. An earned doctorate, an Indiana license (LCSW, LMFT, or LMHC), and previous teaching experience is preferred. Offers of employment will be contingent upon satisfactory background checks and educational credential verification. Huntington University is an equal opportunity employer. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

A letter of interest with a resume should be sent to Julie Goetz, Director of Graduate & Professional Programs, Huntington University, 2303 College Ave., Huntington, IN 46750 or attached to an email: jgoetz@huntington.edu

Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.


Adjunct Faculty - Institute for TESOL Studies

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Huntington University’s Institute for TESOL Studies is seeking adjunct faculty members for undergraduate and graduate level TESOL certification courses in Instructional Methods for Reading and Writing, Instructional Methods for Listening and Speaking, and Teaching English Usage: Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Grammar. Prior teaching and practical experience with English Language learners is essential. This position may require teaching at either the main campus in Huntington, Indiana or other northeast Indiana locations.

Qualifications:

Minimum of a master’s degree in TESOL or related field
Experience teaching English language learners
Experience teaching or training pre-service or current teachers
Supportive of a Christian faith environment and to faith-learning integration

A letter of interest with a résumé should be sent to prudy@huntington.edu. Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.


Adjunct Faculty for Digital Media Arts - Arizona

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Huntington University’s new Arizona Center for Digital Media Arts is seeking adjunct faculty members for a variety of courses in bachelor’s degree programs in Film Production, Broadcast Fusion Media and Graphic Design.   Prior teaching and practical experience in the arts is essential.  This position requires teaching at the Center in Peoria Arizona during fall, spring or summer terms.      

Qualifications:

  • MFA, related Master’s degree or Ph.D. degree preferred; minimum of a bachelor’s degree in communications, broadcasting, media or design required.
  • Teaching experience and demonstrated potential for college-level teaching
  • Successful employment experience in relevant fields
  • Collaboration and communication skills
  • Supportive of a Christian faith environment and the University’s educational goals

Huntington University is an evangelical Christian liberal arts university of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. The University’s home campus in Indiana has approximately 1200 students, 62 faculty, and is a member of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.

Positions in Peoria are available for Fall 2016, starting August 29. Huntington University, in its employment practices, does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, or national origin. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. 

A letter of interest with a résumé should be sent to prudy@huntington.edu. Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.