Biology Faculty Opening within the Mathematics and Science Division
Position: Full-time faculty position in Biology
Rank and Salary: Commensurate with education and experience
Qualifications: Doctorate in biology required with a minimum of 30 graduate quarter hours or 18 graduate semester hours earned in the field of study. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, teaching introductory biology courses and teaching courses from one or more of the following curriculum areas cellular biology, molecular biology, physiology, or research methods. Candidates with past research experience and a desire to lead undergraduate research are highly sought. The institution desires this person to help sustain a growing undergraduate biology major and help develop additional degree programs to support the diverse needs of the student body. The individual filling this position must be an active Christian, fully supportive of the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 and the goals and objectives of the institution. The successful candidate must possess the ability to teach from both Christian and naturalistic worldviews and set a Christian example for students.
Responsibilities: The position is full-time and carries all faculty responsibilities for teaching along with assumption of other duties commensurate with full-time faculty status. The position carries full fringe benefits of College employment.
General Information: Truett-McConnell is a private, liberal arts college affiliated with the Georgia Baptist Convention. The campus is located approximately 75 miles NE of Atlanta, in the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Web page: www.truett.edu.
Application: Please submit a completed application, three letters of recommendation, resume,
transcripts, and evidence of active church membership to:
Dr. Brad Reynolds
Vice President for Academic Services
100 Alumni Drive
Cleveland, GA 30528
Deadline: Applications will be accepted and reviewed immediately. Position will remain open until filled.
Truett-McConnell College does not illegally discriminate against any individual for reasons of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status; however, the College may discriminate on religious grounds in its employment practices in order to fulfill its mission. It is the policy preference of Truett-McConnell College to hire employees who are Christians, active in their churches and supportive of the goals of the College. Preferences in hiring exist for persons of the Southern Baptist faith. The College is also committed to building a more ethnic and racially diverse faculty.