Current Faculty/Administrative Job Postings


ARCHITECTURE - Instructor


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Wages
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2018-01-04

Position Summary
  

The Instructor of Architecture holds a faculty appointment and has academic, service, and scholarship responsibilities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the School of Architecture & Interior Design. This individual demonstrates competence in design studio education, teaching of construction technology, and curriculum development at the graduate and undergraduate levels. 
 


Qualifications Summary
  • Master of Architecture degree preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree in architecture or a related field.
  • Current state building licensure required. 
  • Construction supervision experience required.
  • Evidence of successful built projects.
  • LEED certification is a plus.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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FLIGHT SCHOOL - Faculty-Flight


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2017-11-05

Position Summary
  

Teach undergraduate courses in the Aviation Flight, including teaching advanced aviation flight topics.

Manange the FAA flight school 141 curriculum.

Assistant chief flight instructor responsibilities in the FAA part-141 flight school.

Flight instruct in single and multi-engine aircraft.

Maintain active research.

Advising students and other academic related responsibilities as assigned.


Qualifications Summary

Bachelor’s degree

ATP Multi-engine airplane

Part 121, or Part 135 or equivalent military experience.

CFI, CFII and MEI certificates or US military experience

Computer Proficient


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE STUDIES - Faculty-Int'l Lang Studies


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-08-21

Applications Taken Until
  2019-08-30

Position Summary
  

This is a one-year interim non-tenure track position at the rank of instructor to teach Spanish language classes at all levels, including grammar, conversation, composition, and writing. Preferred emphasis in translation, specially medical vocabulary.

This is a 75% FTE position and it requires teaching 18-19 credits per year, supervising language labs connected to classes, attending department meetings, holding office hours, providing outside class assistance/support to students, organizing activities for majors/minors, helping with translations of documents or events, collaborating with student previews, being willing to help in any last minute activity. 


Qualifications Summary

Masters or doctoral degree in Spanish; a minimum of three years of experience in higher education; a minimum of three years of experience in elementary or secondary education in the US; evidence of high quality teaching and excellent colleagiality; demonstrate extra-curricular involvement.


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCES - Faculty Medical Laboratory Sciences


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-08-01

Position Summary
  

Full-time (12-month) tenure track medical laboratory science (MLS) faculty for a NAACLS accredited MLS Program with skills to effectively teach university courses for undergraduate and graduate students and participate in appropriate scholarly and service activities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences. Candidate should demonstrate competence in both didactic and clinical education and curriculum development.


Qualifications Summary
  1. Medical Laboratory Scientist or equivalent with national (U.S.) recognized certification such as that from the American Society for Clinical Pathology.
  2. Experience in major areas of the clinical laboratory such as blood bank, clinical chemistry, immunology, and/or molecular diagnostics.
  3. Commitment to professional development.
  4. Advanced degree preferred. Individual with extensive clinical laboratory experience may also be considered.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCES - Faculty-Medical Lab Sciences


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2020-01-01

Position Summary
  

Full-time (12-month) tenure track medical laboratory science (MLS) faculty for a NAACLS accredited MLS Program with skills to effectively teach university courses for undergraduate and graduate students and participate in appropriate scholarly and service activities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences. Candidate should demonstrate competence in both didactic and clinical education and curriculum development.


Qualifications Summary
  1. Medical Laboratory Scientist or equivalent with national (U.S.) recognized certification such as that from the American Society for Clinical Pathology.
  2. Experience in major areas of the clinical laboratory such as blood bank, clinical chemistry, immunology, and/or molecular diagnostics.
  3. Commitment to professional development.
  4. Advanced degree preferred. Individual with extensive clinical laboratory experience may also be considered.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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NURSING - Faculty-Nursing


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-05-31

Position Summary
  

The Assistant/Associate Professor of Nursing holds a faculty appointment and has academic, service, and scholarship responsibilities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the Nursing Department. This individual demonstrates competence in didactic, clinical education, teaching, and curriculum development at the graduate and undergraduate levels.


Qualifications Summary
  • DNP or Ph.D. in Nursing from an accredited institution.
  • At least 2 years current Nursing teaching experience at the graduate level.
  • Current Michigan RN licensure or eligibility for licensure in Michigan State
  • Online teaching experience.
  • Evidence of scholarship and publications.
  • Experience with supervising DNP or other graduate-level scholarly projects.
  • FNP Board Certification.


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NURSING - Faculty-Nursing


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-07-12

Position Summary
  

Fulltime position and will be responsible for teaching undergraduate and/or graduate level didactic and clinical courses. 

 


Qualifications Summary
  • Doctorate or Masters in Nursing degree
  • At least two years of current work experience as a nurse or nurse educator.
  • Experience in mental health nursing and/or women's health (OB) a plus.
  • Formal teaching experience is preferred.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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PHYSICAL THERAPY-ANDREWS CAMPUS - Occupational Therapy Program Director and Faculty


Job Classification
  Faculty Administrative

Wages
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2020-01-01

Position Summary
  

Founding Program Director of a new doctoral program in occupational therapy (OTD). The Director will lead efforts in developing and supervising the program including leading the accreditation process with the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) and ensureing compliance with the state and professional bodies. Primary responsibility includes developing an innovative program, including crafting the program’s mission, vision, goals and strategic planning, administration, budget, faculty and staff recruitment, and assessment. The Director will provide professional leadership and support for teaching faculty, serve as a mentor and facilitator for faculty, and enable an environment that fosters creativity.


Qualifications Summary
  • Earned entry-level occupational therapy degree from an ACOTE accredited program.
  • Earned Doctoral Degree in occupational therapy or a related area awarded by an institution that is accredited by a regional accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education
  • Current certification by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy.
  • Licensed or eligible for OT licensure in Michigan.
  • 8 years experience in OT including clinical, administrative, teaching and research.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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PHYSICAL THERAPY-ANDREWS CAMPUS - Faculty-Physical Therapy


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2020-07-01

Position Summary
  

Holds a faculty appointment and has administrative, academic, service, and scholarship responsibilities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the School of Rehabilitation Sciences. As a faculty member, primary responsibilities are to teach in the Physical Therapy Postprofessional and/or Entry-level programs. Serves as a track coordinator in the assigned track-General Medicine.


Qualifications Summary
  • Earned entry-level physical therapist degree from a CAPTE accredited program.
  • Earned advanced doctorate (academic or professional). Candidates enrolled in an academic doctorate with a reasonable projected completion date may be considered.
  • Minimum five years of relevant clinical experience preferred.
  • Minimum two years of teaching experience preferred, may include teaching online courses.
  • Minimum two years of management experience, serving in leadership roles within a given organization preferred.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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PHYSICAL THERAPY-ANDREWS CAMPUS - Faculty-Physical Therapy


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-08-15

Position Summary
  

The Clinical Sciences Coordinator/Professor holds a faculty appointment in the PT department and has academic service, scholarship and administrative responsibilities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the Physical Therapy Department. This individual demonstrates competence in clinical sciences teaching, and curriculum development. In addition, the Clinical Sciences Coordinator’s primary responsibilities are to plan, coordinate, facilitate, administer, and monitor activities on behalf of the academic program.


Qualifications Summary
  • Earned entry-level physical therapist degree from a CAPTE accredited program.
  • Earned advanced doctorate preferred (academic or professional). Candidates nearing completion of academic doctorate degree may be considered.
  • At least two years of teaching and research experience preferred.
  • Licensed or eligible for Physical Therapist licensure in the state of Michigan.
  • Exhibits a willingness to adhere to Christian principles, specifically SDA principles.
  • A member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in good and regular standing.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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SPEECH PATH AND AUDIOLOGY - Offsite Clinical Director/Fac-SpchPathAu


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-06-05

Position Summary
  

The Off-site Clinical Director will serves as a liaison between graduate students and clinical sites to create important clinical matches meeting student needs in the area of speech-language pathology within the American Speech-Language and Hearing Associations guidelines.


Qualifications Summary
  • Earned Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology or equivalent 
  • Valid Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP).
  • Strong commitment to team work and collegiality.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Technological proficiency i.e. (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, iPad applications, interactive whiteboard utilization).
  • State of Michigan licensure.
  • Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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VISUAL ART, DESIGN & COMMUNICATION - Faculty-Visual Art Comm Design


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-05-07

Position Summary
  

Must have a broad spectrum of communication skills to effectively conduct university courses for undergraduate and graduate communication students, participate in appropriate scholarly and service activities, and be an active contributor to the faculty team.  Accordingly the following lists are representative of the knowledge, ability/expertise and commitment required for any person who would mesh well with our needs and mission.  


Qualifications Summary

A doctorate in communication and professional experience preferred.

Teaching experience at university level.

Self-confidence, positive attitude with an outgoing personality.

Team player with earned respect from peers and subordinates. Working with people individually and in groups.

Conflict management skills: to identify a problem and collaborate on solutions.

Demonstrates strong networking ability.

Exhibits expertise in writing and publishing.

Has international exposure and diversity experience.

Evidences ability to engage with students as teacher, advisor and mentor.


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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VISUAL ART, DESIGN & COMMUNICATION - Film Faculty-Visual Art Comm Design


Job Classification
  Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)

Salary
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-08-25

Position Summary
  

Assistant, associate professor, or artist-in-residence expert in documentary film will teach undergraduate and graduate level courses in filmmaking, with an area of emphasis in post-production techniques and workflow. Continue expanding the documentary film program based on his/her industry experience in filmmaking or other possible areas such as motion design. Manages film program facilities and advises students in their classes and film projects. Continues developing projects that raises the prestige of the university. An artist-in-residence can expect to fill the position for at least a year, and an assistant/associate professor may be brought on permanently.


Qualifications Summary
  • A Master of Fine Arts in Film is preferred, but exceptionally strong candidates without a graduate degree will be considered. 
  • A minimum of 3-5 years of industry experience, with a strong portfolio that demonstrates passion for nonfiction narratives, social issue media, and/or commercial filmmaking. 
  • A commitment to teamwork/collegiality. 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, particularly in mentoring students and guiding them through their creative projects. 
  • Experience with multiple NLE, color grading, and 2D/3D motion design and compositing platforms.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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VISUAL ART, DESIGN & COMMUNICATION - Adjunct Faculty: Intercultural Communication


Job Classification
  Faculty Contract

Wages
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-10-07

Position Summary
  

Teach one session of COMM 336- Intercultural Communication

Currently this class will be offered Monday/Wednesday from 2:00pm-3:15pm, from January 6, 2020 to April 30, 2020. However, the class time and dates can be changed to accomodate the instructor. 

In this course students examine the relationship between culture and communication and the ways culture influences values and perceptions. Discussion and activities help students develop and apply analytic and communication skills which enable them to interact with cultural sensitivity and communicate more effectively in intercultural, interethnic, and cross-gender contexts. 


 


Qualifications Summary

A Master’s degree in communication and PhD preferred.

Teaching experience at university level.

Self-confidence, positive attitude with an outgoing personality.

Team player with earned respect from peers and subordinates. Working with people individually and in groups.

Conflict management skills: to identify a problem and collaborate on solutions.

Demonstrates strong networking ability.

Exhibits expertise in writing and publishing.

Evidences ability to engage with students as teacher, advisor and mentor.

 


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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VISUAL ART, DESIGN & COMMUNICATION - Adjunct Faculty: Christian Communication & Ethics (Graduate)


Job Classification
  Faculty Contract

Wages
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-10-07

Position Summary
  

Teach one session of COMM 525- Christian Communication, Worldview & Ethics

Thursday evening from 5:30pm-8:15pm, from January 6, 2020 to April 30, 2020. 

This course involves a critical examination of a Seventh-day Adventist biblical worldview, the development of a personal worldview, and an exploration of ethical implications and applications on communication decision making and practices.


Qualifications Summary

A Master’s degree in communication and PhD preferred.

Teaching experience at university level.

Self-confidence, positive attitude with an outgoing personality.

Team player with earned respect from peers and subordinates. Working with people individually and in groups.

Conflict management skills: to identify a problem and collaborate on solutions.

Demonstrates strong networking ability.

Exhibits expertise in writing and publishing.

Evidences ability to engage with students as teacher, advisor and mentor.

 


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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VISUAL ART, DESIGN & COMMUNICATION - Adjunct Faculty: Intro. to Film


Job Classification
  Faculty Contract

Wages
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-10-07

Position Summary
  

Teach one session of FILM 105-Introduction to Filmmaking, from January 6, 2020 to April 30, 2020. 

A lab is required for this course.

This studio course is a broad introduction to the collective elements of film production with a focus on nonfiction storytelling. 

Currently this class will be offered on Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00am-11:15am. However, the class time and dates can be changed to accomodate the instructor.


Qualifications Summary

A MFA in Film is preferred, but exceptionally strong candidates without a graduate degree will be considered. 

A minimum of 3-5 years of industry experience, with a strong portfolio that demonstrates passion for nonfiction narratives, social issue media, and/or commercial filmmaking. 

A commitment to teamwork/collegiality. 

Excellent interpersonal skills, particularly in mentoring students and guiding them through their creative projects. 

Experience with multiple NLE, color grading, and 2D/3D motion design and compositing platforms.


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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VISUAL ART, DESIGN & COMMUNICATION - Adjunct Faculty: Post-Production


Job Classification
  Faculty Contract

Wages
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-10-07

Position Summary
  

Teach one session of FILM 275- Post-Production, from January 6, 2020 to April 30, 2030. 

A lab is required for this course.

This course is an introduction to film editing and motion design. 

Currently this class will be offered on Tuesday/Thursday at 12:30pm-1:45pm. However, the class time and dates can be changed to accomodate the instructor. 
 


Qualifications Summary

A MFA in Film is preferred, but exceptionally strong candidates without a graduate degree will be considered. 

A minimum of 3-5 years of industry experience, with a strong portfolio that demonstrates passion for nonfiction narratives, social issue media, and/or commercial filmmaking. 

A commitment to teamwork/collegiality. 

Excellent interpersonal skills, particularly in mentoring students and guiding them through their creative projects. 

Experience with multiple NLE, color grading, and 2D/3D motion design and compositing platforms. 
 


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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VISUAL ART, DESIGN & COMMUNICATION - Adjunct Faculty: Cinematography


Job Classification
  Faculty Contract

Wages
  Commensurate with experience

Date Available
  2019-10-07

Position Summary
  

Teach one session of FILM 350-Cinematography, from January 6, 2020 to April 30, 2020. 

A lab is required for this course.

This course is an intermediate course focusing on theoretical and practical applications of motion picture photography through appropriate lighting, exposure and selection of cinematic tools for the overall purpose of dramatic impact. Students will be required to operate both introductory digital cinema cameras, learning to select the right tools for the project. 

Currently this class will be offered on Monday/Wednesday at 12:30pm-1:45pm. However, the class time and dates can be changed to accomodate the instructor. 


Qualifications Summary

A MFA in Film is preferred, but exceptionally strong candidates without a graduate degree will be considered. 

A minimum of 3-5 years of industry experience, with a strong portfolio that demonstrates passion for nonfiction narratives, social issue media, and/or commercial filmmaking. 

A commitment to teamwork/collegiality. 

Excellent interpersonal skills, particularly in mentoring students and guiding them through their creative projects. 

Experience with multiple NLE, color grading, and 2D/3D motion design and compositing platforms. 
 


Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.


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