Faculty Position

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Graduate Assistantship

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Staff Position

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Gift Accountant and Donor Relations Specialist

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Huntington Universityhas an opening for a Gift Accountant and Donor Relations Specialist.  This position provides support and oversight to the internal operations of the Advancement Office, including analytical reporting, information services, comprehensive campaign and major donor support.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • A strong personal faith in Jesus Christ.
  • Demonstrated understanding of Christian higher education.
  • Exellent planning, organization, and communication skills.
  • Commitment to continuous process improvement.
  • Possess a Bachelor's Degree or appropriate experience.

This is a full time, 12 month position with benefits.  To apply, send resume, cover letter, and staff application (found above) to Huntington University, Human Resource Office, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN  46750 or by email to employment@huntington.edu.

A full job description can also be found here.

Graduate Assistant - Office of Student Success

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The Office of Student Success has an opening for a graduate assistant.  To begin Spring 2020.

Work in collaboration with the Executive Director in the one-on-one identification and intervention with students experiencing difficulties negatively impacting heir college success and graduation, as well as assessing trends impacting attrition.

Must be a full time (6-12 credit hours) student in the Graduate Counseling Program.

Position requires 15 hours per week on the traditional undergraduate calendar.

To apply, complete Graduate Assistantship Application above and send to employment@huntington.edu.

A full job description can also be found here.

Director - Robert E. Wilson Gallery

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The Department of Art + Design at Huntington University welcomes applications for the position of the Director of the Robert E. Wilson Gallery to begin in January, 2020. This position includes 15 hours per week throughout the regular school year. A bachelors degree in the Visual Arts or equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred. Preferred experience includes: prior work in an art museum or gallery or gallery within an educational institution, managing operations, public relations/outreach to the community, proven ability to build and nurture relationships with a wide range of individuals including artists, academicians, students, collectors, and donors, demonstrated ability to serve as an effective spokesperson and ambassador for the gallery, department of Art + Design and the University with outstanding verbal and written communication skills. Huntington University is a Christian university and seeks applicants committed to its evangelical Christian mission.

The Robert E. Wilson Gallery plays a significant role in connecting the campus community and public to the world of art and design. Gallery exhibitions and visiting artist lectures are critical in providing an avenue for new and diverse audiences to become engaged with Huntington University.

The Director of the Robert E. Wilson Gallery will report to the Department of Art + Design and will work closely with faculty on the gallery schedule to develop exhibitions, lectures, and educational components that support program curricula and advance scholarship. The Director will be charged with working with acclaimed contemporary artists, designers, and scholars in the gallery, reinforcing the educational goals of the school. The Director is responsible for strategically curating, scheduling, and implementing an annual series of 5-7 exhibitions during the academic year, including Regional and National Artists Exhibits, the Annual High School Exhibit, the Annual Juried Art Exhibit, and Senior Visual Art Majors Exhibits. The Gallery Director coordinates and administers all aspects of the art gallery, MCA display cases, and Permanent Collections, which include the Robert E. Wilson Permanent Collection, the HU Permanent Student Collection, and the HU Permanent Collection.

Administrative responsibilities will include maintaining/implementing an annual calendar of gallery events, curating and organizing exhibitions to include selection of artists, contracting artists, all publicity materials and promotion, artist receptions, gallery lectures, solicitation of guest curators and traveling exhibition maintenance, inventory and building of permanent collections, and supervision of the student Assistant Gallery Director and student Visual Performance art award workers.  In addition, the Director is responsible for overseeing and maintaining the visual integrity of all gallery space, storage areas, equipment, materials, and tools. This includes structural and aesthetic elements of the gallery inventories, i.e., walls, pedestals, lighting equipment.

To apply, send a letter of interest, resume, and staff application (found above) to the Human Resources Office, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN 46750, or send by email to employment@huntington.edu or by fax to 260-359-4086.

A full job description can also be found here.

Graduate Assistant - Campus Ministries

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QUALIFICATIONS:

Must be a Master’s Degree Student in the Huntington University Counseling Program

BASIC FUNCTION:

Student’s primary responsibility is to provide support to various programs within the office of Campus Ministries. 

General Responsibilities

  • Work 15 hours per week, based upon the traditional undergraduate calendar plus a week of training.
  • Assist with the spiritual formation of commuter students by facilitating a weekly chapel program for that audience.
  • Assist with other campus ministries programs as needed.
  • Outside and Beyond Student Responsibilities
  • Report to the Dean of Spiritual Formation/Campus Pastor to plan and implement a weekly chapel meeting designed for commuter students.
  • Meet bi-weekly with Director of Volunteer Services and Ministry Outreach
  • Help commuter students with spiritual needs and connections.
  • Take attendance at weekly commuter chapel programs.
  • Investigate and propose options for commuter students.
  • Work in conjunction with the secretary to Campus Ministries on any administrative office needs.

To apply, complete Graduate Assistantship Application above and send to employment@huntington.edu.


Assistant Professor of Bible & Religion

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Huntington University invites applicants for a tenure-track faculty position in Bible and Religion with a concentration on Old Testament Studies beginning Fall 2020. The ideal candidate will be committed to teaching undergraduate (and potentially graduate) courses in a Christian liberal arts setting.

The successful candidate will be an excellent teacher demonstrating the following qualifications:

  • A strong personal faith in Jesus Christ and an understanding of the relationship between faith and professional practice
  • A commitment to stewardship and a desire to serve students of all ages
  • A Ph.D is required with a concentration in Biblical Studies-Old Testament (Hebrew Bible).
  • Ability to teach in any of the following areas: Old and New Testament, World Religions, Biblical Archaeology, Biblical Interpretation and Theology
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with an ability to work collaboratively with faculty, students, the University community, and local stakeholders
  • Prior experience teaching in a school setting

Huntington University is a Christian university and seeks applicants committed to its evangelical Christian mission, faith-learning integration, and liberal arts education.  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 ethnically diverse candidates to apply.

A cover letter, curriculum vitae, 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.Luke S. Fetters, Interim 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 20, 2019, and continue until December 31, 2019.


Academic Fieldwork Coordinator - Doctorate of Occupational Therapy - PEORIA, AZ LOCATION

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Huntington University seeks qualified candidates to be the inaugural Academic Fieldwork Coordinator (AFWC) of the Occupational Therapy Program at the Peoria, Arizona, location. The successful candidate will lead the development of a new Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program in a university that enjoys a fine reputation. The program will be housed in a spacious, 30,000-square-foot facility in Peoria, Arizona which also houses bachelor’s degree programs in Digital Media Arts. The recently-renovated, three-story structure, along with ample free parking, is located in the West Valley just off the 101 at Bell Road. The AFWC will help create a first-class learning environment that results in graduates’ successful practice. The OTD program in Peoria, Arizona, will complement Huntington University’s high-quality undergraduate nursing, pre-med and occupational therapy assistant programs in Huntington, Indiana, and a graduate OTD program in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Candidates must have a strong personal Christian commitment within Evangelical Protestantism, an understanding of the relationship of faith and professional practice, a commitment to stewardship of university resources, and a strong desire to serve others. Occupational Therapy licensure (or eligibility for licensure in Arizona) with a post-professional degree (Ph.D., EdD, OTD) from a regionally accredited program and evidence of clinical practice and research activities in professional health care organizations are required. Applicants must have demonstrated a minimum of two years of clinical experience. The candidate must commit to developing and maintaining an Occupational Therapy curriculum based on the mission of the University that exemplifies Christian ethics, compassion, and service. The ideal candidate should also have strong interpersonal skills, excellent verbal/written communication, and the ability to operate as part of a dynamic, driven team with high standards for academic excellence.

Key areas of responsibility include assisting the program director with initial program design related to fieldwork requirements; integrating the OTD program philosophy, curriculum plan, course offerings, and other materials into the fieldwork curriculum; developing the fieldwork program policies and procedures; assisting with program accreditation process through ACOTE; and working with the AFWC in Fort Wayne to collaborate on site contracts and student placements. Additional mentorship is available to the OTD AFWC- Peoria from the OTD AFWC- Fort Wayne.

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. The Huntington University faculty application form can be found above.

Letters of interest with a completed faculty application form (found above), curriculum vitae, and references may be emailed to employment@huntington.edu. For more information about the OTD Program in Peoria, AZ contact Dr. Beth O’Rourke at beth.orourke@huntington.edu or 260-702-9622.

A full job description can also be found here.

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach

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Huntington University has an opening for an Asistant Coach for the Women's Soccer Program.

The position is part time, non benefited.  

Responsibilities include any tasks assigned by the head coach related to all facets of the sport such as recruiting, administration, practice assistance, scheduling, etc. and complying with all NAIA, Crossroads League, and institutional regulations and policies.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Candidates must have a strong personal faith in Jesus Christ and a desire to serve others
  • Previous coaching experience is desired, but not required
  • Commitment to the mission and goals of Huntington University as a Christ-centered liberal arts institution
  • Commitment to an NAIA program of intercollegiate athletics
  • Evidence of communication, managerial, organizational and coaching skills

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and staff application (found above) to employment@huntington.edu

A full job description can also be found here.

Program Director - Doctorate of Occupational Therapy - Peoria, Arizona Program

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Huntington University seeks qualified candidates to be the inaugural Program Director and Department Chair for the Doctorate of Occupational Therapy Program at the Peoria, Arizona location. The successful candidate will lead the development of a new doctor of occupational therapy program in a university that enjoys a fine reputation. The program will be housed in a spacious, 30,000-square-foot facility in Peoria, Arizona which also houses bachelor's degree programs in digital media arts. The recently-renovated three-story structure, along with ample free parking, is located in the West Valley just off the 101 at Bell Road.

The Program Director will help create a first class learning environment that results in graduates’ successful practice.  The OTD program in Peoria, Arizona will complement Huntington University’s high-quality undergraduate nursing, pre-med and occupational therapy assistant programs in Huntington, Indiana, and a graduate OTD program in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Candidates must have a strong personal Christian commitment within evangelical Protestantism, an understanding of the relationship of faith and professional practice, a commitment to stewardship of university resources, and a strong desire to serve others.   Occupational Therapy licensure (or eligibility for licensure in Arizona) with a post-professional degree (PhD, EdD, OTD) from a regionally accredited program and evidence of clinical practice and research activities in professional health care organizations are required.  Applicants must have demonstrated successful academic appointment (minimum of 3 years) and clinical experience (minimum of 8 years) with expertise, scholarship, and administrative experience. The candidate must have successful teaching and curriculum development experience in higher education and must also have a commitment to developing and maintaining an Occupational Therapy curriculum based on the mission of the University that exemplifies Christian ethics, compassion and service.  The ideal candidate should also have strong interpersonal skills, excellent verbal/written communication, and the ability to operate as part of a dynamic, driven team with high standards for academic excellence.

Key areas of responsibility include recruiting and hiring faculty; shaping the OTD program philosophy, objectives and goals, curriculum plan, course offerings and other materials; developing program policies and procedures; leading the program’s accreditation process through ACOTE;  leading the ongoing development of the department; and working with University administration to develop the OTD facilities at the Peoria, Arizona location. 

Huntington University is a Christian university and seeks applicants committed to its evangelical Christian mission, faith-learning integration, and liberal arts education.  For more information, see: https://www.huntington.edu/.

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.  

Letters of interest with a completed faculty application form (found above), curriculum vitae, and references may be emailed to prudy@huntington.edu. For more information about the OTD Program in Peoria, AZ contact Dr. Beth O’Rourke at beth.orourke@huntington.edu or 260-702-9622.


Graduate Assistant Coordinator of Tutoring and Commuter Services

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Huntington University has an opening for a Graduate Assistant Coordinator of Tutoring and Commuter Services.  

The position will oversee HU peer tutoring and Writing Center services so students who wish to improve academic performance in a course can achieve academic success; and to provide support to the commuter program. The Coordinator will execute these responsibilities in a Christ-like manner that enhances overall HU and specifically, Student Life, mission and objectives.

To apply, complete graduate application found above.

A full job description can also be found here.

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


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 academic year 2018-2019.  

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 with a post-professional degree (OTD, PhD) or hold a PhD in a related field. Candidates with an entry-level doctorate (OTD) and evidence of scholarly activity will also be considered. 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. Low cost-of-living and centralized location in the Midwest offer diverse opportunities for personal and professional pursuits. The OTD program is fully accredited, receiving a 7 year accreditation status by ACOTE in April 2016.

Letters of interest with a completed Faculty Application form (found above), 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.


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 with the Arizona Center for Digital Media Arts are available on a semester-by-semester basis as University needs arise. 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.  All applications will be reviewed and those with matching qualifications for Adjunct Faculty openings will be contacted.