Full-time faculty position in American politics that includes undergraduate teaching in both departmental and General Education courses, academic advising, institutional service, and active research. Commitment to the Christian worldview of the University and its liberal arts educational mission is essential.
Teach the equivalent of seven undergraduate courses per year, including introductory and advanced courses in American politics. Other faculty responsibilities include departmental and institutional assignments as appropriate.
The ideal candidate will be an exceptionally strong teacher, with the ability to mentor students and a track record indicating scholarly potential. Ideal candidates will also demonstrate teaching and scholarly interest in political theory and/or political methodology. The ability to provide leadership for Pre-law advising is especially important.
Successful candidates will be able to reflect on and/or demonstrate the relationship between Christian faith and the academic discipline.
Demonstrated commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and mentoring. Evidence of an active scholarly agenda.
Ph.D. in Political Science strongly preferred.
Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Position open: Fall 2019.