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Faculty and Academic Administration Positions

Appliation Process

Applications for faculty/academic administration positions must include:

  • A letter of application
  • Your resume or curriculum vitae
  • Unofficial copies of all transcripts
  • Three letters of professional reference or a list of three professional references
  • Your statement of your teaching philosophy
  • Your statement indicating how you have previously or intend to intentionally integrate a Christian theistic worldview in the teaching/learning process
  • Completed & Signed (4 pgs included) Faculty Applicant Questionnaire below

Click here for Applicant Questionnaire

Only applications containing all seven documents will be forwarded to the appropriate search committee for review.
 
Applications may be submitted via e-mail, fax or correspondence.
 

Mail: Palm Beach Atlantic University
Human Resources
P.O. Box 24708
West Palm Beach, Fl 33416-4708

Fax: (561) 803-2179

E-mail: Faculty_Employment@pba.edu

The application process remains open="open" until the position is filled.

Faculty/Academic Administration Positions Available


Gregory School of Pharmacy 

Chair, Department of Experiential Education/Assistant/Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Type: Full-Time
Date Available: Immediately

Palm Beach Atlantic University seeks a qualified candidate for the position of Chair, Department of Experiential Education.  The Chair serves as the academic and administrative leader of the experiential education components of the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum within the School of Pharmacy, overseeing the development, implementation and evaluation of the introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences.  The Chair is responsible for  fostering and maintaining a well-prepared, excess-capacity roster of experiential education sites and preceptors aimed at promoting the academic and professional success of our student body and serves as a strategic liaison between the School of Pharmacy and the pharmacy/healthcare community.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, and has completed a pharmacy residency or fellowship. Previous instructional and administrative experience within the profession of pharmacy, especially associated with experiential education, is preferred. The candidate must be eligible for licensure in Florida. Further, in consideration of the institutional mission, the candidate must demonstrate a Christian commitment and a willingness to integrate one's faith into teaching and mentorship.


School of Arts & Sciences

 

Assistant/Associate Professor of Political Economy
Type: Full-Time Faculty
Date Available: Immediately

The School of Arts & Sciences is seeking an Assistant Professor of Political Economy. The faculty member would offer both graduate and undergraduate political economy classes focusing primarily on development economics, international economics, development policy, and international relations. Most teaching responsibilities are for the graduate Global Development program, which offers students the opportunity to study global development in an applied and academically diverse setting. Of particular interest are candidates who can demonstrate cross-disciplinary work and the application of those studies to the likely career paths of our graduate students.

Qualifications: A record of work in development studies or sustainability studies is preferred, though experience in other related fields will be considered. A Ph.D. in a relevant discipline is required.  Foreign development experience highly desirable.

  

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Type: Full-Time Faculty
Date Available: Immediately

The Department of Chemistry, Forensic Science, Oceanography and Physics in The School of Arts & Sciences is seeking a chemist who can teach biochemistry and informatics courses for chemistry majors, as well as coursework in General Chemistry and courses appropriate to the candidate’s background. Applicants who are qualified to teach forensic science courses, would be given special consideration. Must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with traditional coursework.

Qualifications: Ph.D. preferred. M.S. required. Excellent teaching is required. Limited research with undergraduate students is expected.

 

Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science
Type: Full-Time Faculty
Date Available: Fall 2019

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in the School of Arts & Sciences is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science. The position is open to all areas of computer science with priority consideration given to computer architecture, computer networking security, software engineering, programming languages and theory.

Qualifications: Applicants must hold or be in the process of completing a Ph.D. in Computer Science or closely related field, and have a commitment to and a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching. Applicants must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with traditional coursework. With the application letter, please provide evidence of quality teaching (teaching evaluations, syllabi, etc.) The successful appointment is expected to have a strong commitment to teaching excellence and service to the Department, the University, and the community.


School of Education & Behavioral Studies

Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling 
Type: Full-Time Faculty 
Date Available: Fall 2019 


The Counselor Education program in the School of Education and Behavioral Studies is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Counseling. This is a full-time faculty position that requires evening availability since courses in the Counseling program for working professionals are taught in the evenings.  Faculty members are expected to have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, mentoring, and advising, be active scholars in their fields, participate in service to the university and the broader community, and demonstrate a commitment to the Christian faith. 


Qualifications:  An earned Doctorate from a CACREP accredited counselor education program. Experience: Appropriate teaching experience with research capability. Counseling provider license/credentials. 

 

Director of Counselor Education Program 
Type: Full-Time 
Date Available: Fall 2019 

The School of Education and Behavioral Studies is seeking a program director to provide transformational leadership to an established graduate Counselor Education program that has produced over 1200 graduates since its founding in 1995.  The program faculty and staff are looking for a collaborative leader who has experience in teaching, administration, and research in a university setting.  A distinctive of our program is the ethical integration of the Christian faith and the use of spiritually sensitive interventions in counseling. 


Qualifications: The ideal candidate should be relationally oriented, have an earned Ph.D. from a CACREP-accredited program and be familiar with CACREP accreditation standards and processes.  The program director will be the chief academic and administrative officer for the program, including budgeting, curriculum development, personnel, and resource allocation while leading eleven full-time faculty situated on the West Palm Beach and Orlando campuses.  The program director position is a twelve-month administrative position with some teaching required; the successful candidate will hold the faculty rank of associate or full professor.  Achieving CACREP accreditation is a major goal of the program and University.  The program director will reside in West Palm Beach and report directly to the Dean of the School of Education and Behavioral Studies.  Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

 


Rinker School of Business

Instructor of Management
Type: Full-Time Faculty
Date Available: Fall 2019

Positions Available: (1)

The Rinker School of Business is seeking an Instructor of Management. The Instructor teaches classes in his/her discipline, advises students, conducts scholarly activity or business engagement, and serves on committees. 

Qualifications: Required to hold a master’s degree in business, management, or international business, preferably from an AACSB accredited business school. Candidates must have 18 graduate credit hours in business. Evidence of business engagement consistent with expectations of an AACSB-accredited program is required. Applicants must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with traditional coursework. With the application letter, please provide evidence of quality teaching (teaching evaluations, syllabi, etc.). The successful appointment is expected to have a strong commitment to teaching excellence and service to the School, the University, and the community.

 


School of Nursing

Assistant/Associate Professor of Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program
Type: Full-Time Faculty
Date Available: Fall 2020

The School of Nursing is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program. 

Qualifications: This position requires current Florida APRN License (or eligible) with National Certification in APN Population - Family. Doctoral degree required, DNP or PhD in Nursing preferred. Minimum five years teaching experience, online teaching preferred.


School of Communication & Media

Assistant/Associate Professor of Communication
Type: Full-Time Faculty
Date Available: Fall 2019

The School of Communication & Media is seeking a Assistant/Associate Professor of Communication. The successful candidate would be responsible for teaching undergraduate courses in communication, especially in the areas of rhetoric, speech forensics, persuasion, and civil discourse. Position may entail supervising student debate team. Must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with traditional coursework. 

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Communication. 

 

Assistant or Associate Professor of Communication

Type: Full-Time Faculty
Date Available: Fall 2019

The School of Communication & Media is seeking an Assistant or Associate Professor of Communication. The successful candidate would be responsible for teaching undergraduate courses in communication, especially in the areas of theory, ethics, speech forensics, public speaking, and civil discourse. Position may entail supervising student debate team. Must have a Christian commitment and the ability to integrate Christian faith with traditional coursework. 

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Communication.