Faculty Openings

Assistant Professor of English

Quincy University, a Catholic liberal arts university in the Franciscan tradition, seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of English position, beginning August14, 2015.  Responsibilities include teaching first-year writing courses, survey courses in candidate's area of specialization, and upper division courses. Background in American Literature with interest in creative writing preferred.  Other duties include academic advising and school and university service.  The teaching load is four courses each semester.

Minimum qualifications: terminal degree; Preferred qualifications:  successful college-level teaching experience.  The successful candidate will be an energetic teacher, an active scholar, and a dependable colleague who will participate enthusiastically in an ambitious schedule of undergraduate programs and activities, including a reading and lecture series, a literary journal, and a various student activities.

Send letter of application, C.V., teaching philosophy, research interests, copies of graduate transcripts, teaching evaluations, and contact information for three references to:

Dr. Beth Tressler, Assistant Professor of English
c/o Office of Human Resources
Quincy University
1800 College Ave.
Quincy, IL 62301
or
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EOE

This position is open until filled, but review of applications will begin December 15, 2014

Assistant Professor in Counselor Education

Quincy University invites applications for an Assistant Professor in Counselor Education position (9-month) to begin August 2015.

Successful applicants must be qualified to teach graduate courses in college student personnel, clinical mental health counseling, school counseling, and related areas. Preferred candidates will be able and willing to contribute to the teacher education program (both undergraduate and graduate) at Quincy University.

Knowledge and experience working in diverse educational settings and the ability to use a variety of instructional methods and performance-based assessments matched to national and state standards is essential. The candidate must be able to work with diverse students in a variety of settings.

PhD or EdD from a CACREP-Accredited doctoral program is strongly preferred. ABD candidates will be considered for term (Non Tenure-Track) appointment at a lower rank and salary. A successful ABD applicant will receive promotion to the rank of Assistant Professor and a salary increment at the start of the academic year following verification of the terminal degree completion. Review of completed applications will begin as received; position will remain open until filled. Review of applications will begin April 1, 2015.

Salary and benefits are based on experience. Teaching assignments are generally three courses per semester. Counselor Education and College Student Personnel courses generally meet as evening classes.

Send a letter of interest, vita, a statement of teaching and counseling philosophy, copies of graduate transcripts, reprints of sample scholarly publications, and three letters of reference to:

Counseling Faculty Search
Dr. Ken Oliver, Counseling Program Director
c/o Human Resources
Quincy University
1800 College Avenue
Quincy, IL 62301
or hr@quincy.edu

EOE