Academic faculty and administrative positions:
To serve the academic needs of a diverse community of undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students in a dynamic, personal environment that promotes intellectual, spiritual, and physical enrichment of students, faculty, and staff and the economic growth and health of our Appalachian region.
Union College challenges students to make learning connections, to master key competencies, to achieve a diversity of perspectives, to experience intellectual and ethical growth, to make meaningful choices, to practice creative problem solving, to pursue spiritual growth and integrity of character, and to establish a habit of lifelong learning. The college also expects students to develop a life philosophy; intentionally seeks to produce graduates who see being educated as a quality of mind; and enables members of the faculty to significantly improve student learning.
In our effort to achieve these goals, we seek persons of integrity, vision, intellectual curiosity, and devotion to student learning to fill the positions listed below.
Review of Faculty applications will begin immediately and continue until the vacancy is filled. Please consult the position description for details on submitting your application materials.
Successful candidates must complete a background check, submit official academic transcripts, and provide evidence of authorization to work in the United States.
Union College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.