Assistant/Associate Professor – School of Clinical Laboratory Sciences Pathologists’ Assistant Program
Anderson University (South Carolina) and the College of Health Professions invite applications for a full-time, twelve-month faculty member with a strong Christian value system, lifestyle, and commitment to the integration of faith and learning as an assistant professor of the Master of Medical Science in Pathologists’ Assistant Program. Anderson University is an innovative, entrepreneurial, premier comprehensive, liberal arts institution affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention.
Anderson University recognizes three paths for status in faculty employment: Annual Appointment, Professional Path, and Tenure-Track. Annual Appointed faculty are hired as Instructors focused on teaching and learning. Faculty hired in the Professional Path focus on teaching, learning and service. After six years of exemplary performance, they may promote through faculty ranks and may become eligible for multi-year contracts. Tenure-Track faculty focus on teaching and learning, service, and scholarship as well. After six years of exemplary performance, Tenure-Track faculty earn tenure and may promote through faculty ranks. All three paths are evaluated for mission fit.
Candidates should be prepared to:
-Assist in ensuring compliance with National Accreditation Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) Program Standards, policies and guidelines.
-Review, develop, evaluate and teach course offerings for a full range of master level courses with a focus in biology, genetics, embryology, microbiology, and physiology. The assigned teaching load is 24 semester credits per academic year and includes advising program students.
- Promote the effectiveness and quality of instruction, be responsible for evaluation of the department faculty, and promote an effective integration of curriculum within the department.
-Review student applications, conducts interviews with applicants and communicate with applicants regarding the process, standards and outcomes of the application process
-Teaches or co-teaches in didactic courses related to his/her areas of expertise
-Promotes and supports faculty and staff professional development
- Participates in program involvement within the community.
-Represents the Pathologists’ Assistant program at community events and institutional meetings.
-Participates in collaborative and interprofessional education and service activities among faculty and students within the institution.
To ensure full consideration, please send a letter of application, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, and an Anderson University Faculty Application to:
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