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Faculty Position Searches

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Full-time Positions

New!Engineering

The Department of Physics and Engineering at Muskingum University invites applications for a limited-term faculty position in Engineering at the Assistant Professor level, beginning with the Fall semester of 2016. This is a renewable contract position within a vibrant and dynamic department.

A Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering (or a related field) is required. A computational or materials-oriented background is preferred, as is an undergraduate Engineering degree from an ABET/EAC-accredited insitution. In addition to teaching departmental service courses, the successful candidate will be expected to team-teach Introduction to Physics and Engineering, Materials Science and Senior Project courses, as well as teach Statics and Dynamics, Principles of Design, and Fluid Mechanics. Experience with 3-D printing and CAD software is preferred. Appointment to this position is conditional upon the successful completion of a background check through the university's background check agency.

Muskingum University, a comprehensive university with a strong liberal arts tradition, is located just seventy miles east of Columbus, Ohio, in the village of New Concord.  Founded in 1837, the university has 100 full-time faculty and an enrollment of about 1,700 traditional-age undergraduates. The total undergraduate, graduate, and adult-learner student population is approximately 2,100. The university actively seeks-out and welcomes faculty committed to excellence in teaching and student learning, plus professional growth and active participation in the life of the campus community.

An equal opportunity employer, Muskingum University strongly encourages applications from women and minorities, including populations traditionally underserved by higher education.

To apply, send:

  1. Letter of application addressing the above-stated qualities and qualifications sought by the university
  2. A current curriculum vitae
  3. Graduate transcripts
  4. Three reference letters

To:

Dr. Rob Wilson
Chair, Department of Physics and Engineering
Muskingum University
163 Stormont Street
New Concord, Ohio 43762

Electronic applications to rwilson@muskingum.edu (Subject: PHEN search) are appreciated and encouraged.

The consideration of applications will begin immediately.

New!Computer Science
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Muskingum University invites applications for a tenure-track position in Computer Science, effective Fall of 2016.  

This position includes teaching courses at the introductory, intermediate, and advanced undergraduate levels. Other responsibilities include student advising and recruiting, plus scholarship, service, and leadership-oriented tasks. Expectations of candidates include a dedication to the continuous improvement of undergraduate teaching, plus experience teaching at the university-level, and a willingness to engage in innovative curriculum development and implementation. Qualified applicants will have attained a Doctoral degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering.  Experience in business and industry is an advantage.  Appointment to this position is conditional upon the successful completion of a background check through the university's background check agency.

Muskingum University, a comprehensive university with a strong liberal arts tradition, is located just seventy miles east of Columbus, Ohio, in the village of New Concord.  Founded in 1837, the university has 100 full-time faculty and an enrollment of about 1,700 traditional-age undergraduates. The total undergraduate, graduate, and adult-learner student population is approximately 2,100. The university actively seeks-out and welcomes faculty committed to excellence in teaching and student learning, plus professional growth and active participation in the life of the campus community.

An equal opportunity employer, Muskingum University strongly encourages applications from women and minorities, including populations traditionally underserved by higher education.

To apply, send:

  1. Letter of application addressing the above-stated qualities and qualifications sought by the university
  2. A current curriculum vitae
  3. Graduate transcripts
  4. Three reference letters

To:

Dr. David L. Craft
Chair, Mathematics and Computer Science
Muskingum University
163 Stormont Street
New Concord, Ohio 43762

Electronic applications to craft@muskingum.edu (Subject: CS Search) are appreciated and encouraged.

The consideration of applications will begin immediately.


Adjunct and Part-time Positions

For adjunct and part-time teaching, the Department Chairpersons organize the searches for positions available within their departments.

  • Please visit the individual websites of the Academic Majors for available positions within your area of expertise.

 

Non-Faculty Positions and General Employment Information: Human Resources.

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