Faculty Openings

The following faculty positions are open. For future positions send your curriculum vitae to Juan Perez in Human Resources at juperez [at] ucollege [dot] edu or call 402.486.2502. Faculty positions require active membership in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Opening Contact Description

Physician Assistant Faculty Member

Full time

Physician Assistant Program

Posted on October 06, 2015
Jodi Chewakin, chair

Seeking candidate who will assist with many aspects of the program including but not limited to: development, coordination and teaching of selected curricula, student advising, program/peer evaluations, developing and maintaining relationships with organizations for IPE. The faculty member is expected to actively participate in division and college committees as well as state and national organizations. The position will offer one half-day of release time for clinical practice.

Senior Vice President of Academic Administration (VPAA)

Full time

Academic Administration

Posted on September 29, 2015
Dr. Vinita Sauder, president

The Senior Vice President for Academic Administration is the chief academic officer, collaboratively leading out in the vision, strategy, and execution of the college’s academic goals. The VPAA also assists the President and other campus leaders in establishing the overall strategic vision and strategic priorities for the college as a whole. In the absence of the President, the VPAA serves as the chief executive officer. Reporting to the VPAA are the chairs of academic divisions, the Associate Vice President for Academic Initiatives, and the directors of the Library, Records, Institutional Research, Assessment, and the Teaching Learning Center.

Mathematics Faculty Member

Full time

Science and Mathematics

Posted on July 01, 2015
Dr. Carrie Wolfe, chair

Fulltime tenure track, PhD or ABD required. Strong commitment to integrating Seventh-day Adventist faith, teaching, and scholarship essential.

Education Faculty Member

Full time

Human Development - Education

Posted on June 22, 2015
Dr. Denise White, chair

Union College seeks a committed Seventh-day Adventist, with master teaching skills and appropriate qualifications to teach in the Education Department effective June 2016. Union maintains NCATE (soon to be CAEP) accreditation and graduates qualify for Nebraska and NAD certification. The successful teacher will carry a full teaching load (12 credit hours) which includes supervising elementary student teachers. Academic advising and mentoring education students through the process of degree completion is essential. The teacher will also actively participate in all educational activities within the education program. Requirements for the position include completion of a Master’s degree in education from an accredited program and, preferably, a doctorate or ABD in education. Also required are 10 or more years of successful elementary classroom teaching, with experience in the lower and upper grades, current Nebraska state teaching certification and NAD teaching certification. Multi-grade classroom teaching experience is essential. Recent success within the Adventist church school system is an asset.

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