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New England College is committed to the transformational learning of all students. We seek imaginative, caring, entrepreneurial and energetic faculty skilled in directing efforts to develop our students’ full potential. The successful candidate will be sensitive to different learning styles and be committed to engaged and experiential learning. The ability to teach across disciplines is essential. As one of the ten founding members of Project Pericles, New England College is strongly committed to civic engagement as a central focus of our educational programs. Qualifications for faculty positions include a commitment to a liberal arts education within an academically and culturally diverse college student population. Candidates should have experience teaching at the college level, feel comfortable working with students of varying educational needs and have the desire to develop their areas of scholarship.

Full-time

Assistant Professor for Business Administration
Teaching Post-Doc

Part-time

Computer Information Systems
Curriculum Experts – Online/Remote
English as a Second Language
Adjunct Faculty (Graphic Design) – Fall 2016 in Henniker
Adjunct Faculty (Math) – Fall 2016 in Henniker
Adjunct Faculty (Math) – remote/online
Adjunct Faculty (Psychology) – Fall 2016 in Henniker
Adjunct Faculty (Psychology/Sociology) – remote/online
Adjunct Faculty (Western Civilization) – Fall 2016 in Henniker
Writing


Assistant Professor for Business Administration

New England College seeks applicants for the position of Assistant Professor for Business Administration. This is a full-time, ranked faculty position effective August 2016.

Responsibilities:

      • New England College’s Business program encourages student to develop the critical thinking skills essential for success in a rapidly-changing global economy, with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship. Additional responsibilities include academic advising of students in the major and performing other duties associated with teaching and advising. The course load for full-time ranked faculty at New England College is 3-3.

Requirements:

      • M.B.A. or another master’s degree in the discipline if supplemented by appropriate professional experience. A doctorate in a business-related field is preferred.
      • Documented evidence of successful teaching ability.
      • Demonstrated knowledge and use of effective and innovative pedagogy.

New England College is committed to the transformational learning of all students. We seek imaginative, caring, entrepreneurial and energetic faculty skilled in directing efforts to develop our students’ full potential. The successful candidate will be sensitive to different learning styles and be committed to engaged and experiential learning. The ability to teach across disciplines is essential. As one of the ten founding members of Project Pericles, New England College is strongly committed to civic engagement as a central focus of our educational programs. Additional qualifications include a commitment to a liberal arts education within an academically and culturally diverse college student population. Candidates should have experience teaching at the college level, feel comfortable working with students of varying educational needs and have the desire to develop their areas of scholarship.

To Apply:

Email a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three references to: AsstProfBASearch@nec.edu.

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Teaching Post-Doc

New England College is currently seeking candidates for a Teaching Postdoctoral position in the Biology and Health Science Department. This is an ideal opportunity for an individual who wishes to pursue a career as a teacher-scholar at a predominately undergraduate institution. The Teaching Postdoctoral position is full-time for twelve months (with the possibility of additional years if funding permits). The successful candidate will teach undergraduate lecture/lab courses and conduct biomedical research with one of our two INBRE-funded investigators at New England College. Dr. James Newcomb studies circadian rhythms in a gastropod, taking advantage of the fact that these animals exhibit behaviors that are produced by a relatively small number of individually identifiable neurons. In these animals, circadian rhythms can be investigated at all hierarchical levels, from the genetic and molecular, to the behavioral. Dr. Lori Koziol studies biofilm formation, initially she worked on oral biofilms in Actinomyces oris and for the last year she has been researching biofilms in Pseudomonas fluorescens in collaboration with the George O’Toole lab at the Geisel School of Medicine.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Teaching undergraduate biology lectures/lab courses, holding office hours and facilitating student review sessions (50% of time)
  • Conducting research and mentoring undergraduate students in the INBRE laboratory (50% of time)

Education/Qualifications:

  • Recent Ph.D. in biology, biochemistry or related discipline required
  • Strong commitment to undergraduate education required
  • Background in neuroscience or microbiology is a plus
  • Experience in molecular, biochemical and bioinformatics skills preferred

New England College is a private liberal arts institution located in Henniker, NH, along the scenic Contoocook River. The college was founded to serve the needs of veterans in 1946 and has been recognized as one of the most ethnically diverse colleges in New Hampshire (http://time.com/4148233/college-student-diversity-top-campuses). The Biology and Health Science Department offers undergraduate majors in Biology and Health Science, with an emphasis on integrated lecture/lab classes, student research experiences, and a commitment to the natural and civic environments and experiential learning. New England College is a partner institution in the NIH New Hampshire IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (NH-INBRE), providing faculty and students with opportunities for research training and access to core facilities at Dartmouth College and the University of New Hampshire (nhinbre.org).

Application:

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, statement regarding the teacher-scholar model, curriculum vitae/resume and names of two references to TeachingSearch@nec.edu

Application Deadline:

Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled or the search is otherwise closed at the College’s discretion.

Information:

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Part-Time Lecturers | Computer Information Systems

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following Computer Information Systems courses.

Main Duties:

          • Conducts college-level courses in the fields of computer and information sciences. Responsible for preparing and delivering lectures, leading classroom discussions, and grading labs and examinations. Teaching Assistants provided in technical classes. Classes are fully developed and are presented on Blackboard. Classes run ½ day, once per week, for seven-week terms. Competitive compensation package.

Responsibilities:

          • Provides instruction at the college level on a wide range of computer science and computer information courses. Coding in Java a must. Other courses including:
          • Object oriented programming using Java
          • Advanced Java Techniques
          • Web Programming with PHP/MySQL
          • Mobile Web Development
          • Database Design
          • Database Management
          • Network Communications
          • Security
          • Project Management
          • Cloud Computing
          • Data mining
          • Other classes to be determined

Requirements:

          • Ability to work with students from diverse backgrounds and to work closely with faculty and staff in a small college environment. Master’s degree required. Professional or educational background in computer science. Teaching experience at the college level or professional training experience required.

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to PTCISSearch@nec.edu. Please include the Course Name in the Subject line of your email.

Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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Curriculum Experts – Online/Remote

This position will develop fully online programs: continuing education majors and concentrations, graduate programs and concentrations, and professional development certificate programs. Program development is on an expedited schedule and will start immediately.

Duties & Responsibilities:

                • Write program learning and career outcomes; write assessment mechanisms;
                • Ensure that the curriculum includes significant experiential learning components;
                • Write profile of students likely to benefit from the program;
                • Define courses required for the program;
                • Write course descriptions for each course in the program;
                • Propose degree requirements and degree plans for the program;
                • Confirm the coherence of curriculum, and connections between curriculum and related components of the program (e.g. general education, core courses in graduate programs);
                • Be ready to develop one to two courses in the program (for a separate course development fee), once the program is approved;
                • Be available for consultation with course developers in charge of specific courses.

Knowledge Domains:

                • Accounting
                • Forensic Accounting
                • Business Analytics
                • E-Commerce
                • Sales Management
                • Healthcare Administration
                • Health Informatics
                • HR Management
                • Organizational Leadership
                • International Business & Global Management
                • Project Management
                • Communications (Journalism, Media Studies, and Advertising & Public Relations)
                • Operations Management
                • Banking and Finance
                • Digital and Social Media
                • Experimental/Applied Psychology
                • Psychology: Family Therapy and Human Services
                • Social Psychology

Minimum Requirements:

                • Master’s degree
                • Terminal degree appropriate to teaching discipline (preferred)
                • Teaching experience is a necessity
                • Prior online course development

To Apply:

Email the following documents to CurrExpertSearch@nec.edu:

                • A letter of interest that specifies (1) for which of the above domains you can develop the curriculum; (2) what academic and professional credentials make you the best candidate for this work; (3) a statement on your philosophy about online teaching and learning
                • Current resume
                • The names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three references

 

Review of application materials begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
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Part-Time Instructor | English as a Second Language

Serves as a Part-time Instructor for New England College’s English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs. General duties include providing secondary English speakers and international students with the opportunity to be academically successful and engaged students at New England College.

Duties & Responsibilities:

                • Provide English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction;
                • Develop and provide event programming consistent with the College’s focus on Experiential learning;
                • Work with students who are entering different programs (Undergraduate and MBA) and come from different cultures and different abilities.
                • Create a classroom environment that allows for differentiated instruction, meeting the needs of a range of English abilities.
                • Advise informally New England College’s ESL students, assisting with making connections with their advisor or program director as appropriate.

Minimum Requirements:

                • Master’s degree (or equivalent) in related field
                • Working with linguistic and culturally diverse audiences;
                • Teaching English as a Second Language;
                • Language pedagogy and teaching methods.
                • Study skills and effective academic achievement strategies, particularly with secondary language speakers.
                • College and university curriculum requirements and policies.
                • Excellent communication skills

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume and list of three references (names and contact information) to: ESLptSearch@nec.edu.

Review of application materials begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

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Adjunct Faculty (Graphic Design) – Fall 2016 in Henniker

New England College is seeking experienced teachers at the college level to teach introductory and upper level Graphic Design courses. One upper-level graphic design course is currently available for upcoming Fall 2016 semester. It is scheduled for Monday and Wednesday evenings. This course will expose students to professional design practices including: multi-page layout, identity system design and prepress setup. This is a digitally-oriented class. Experience with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and the Mac operating system is required. Preferred candidates would also have professional design experience.

To Apply:

Please submit a CV, portfolio, and examples of student work to: AHDIVISIONSearch@nec.edu.

Applications may be submitted by mail or digitally. For mail submissions, please include a DVD or CD of all images and an image list that includes the date, medium and dimensions of each image. Please send digital submissions via drop box.

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Adjunct Faculty (Mathematics) – Fall 2016 in Henniker

The Natural and Social Science Division in Henniker at New England College seeks to fill an immediate need for adjunct faculty positions in Mathematics:

    • MT 1020 College Algebra: This course is designed for students who need additional preparation for MT 1510 (Pre‐calculus). The course will focus on the application of algebra to real world problems including introductory algebra topics such as: factoring polynomials, solving quadratic equations, graphing linear, quadratic, and other polynomial functions, rational functions, and solving systems of equations. Emphasis will be on conceptual understanding, learning in context, and solving real world problems using graphical, symbolic, and numeric representations. This course satisfies the Quantitative Literacy requirement. Class times: Tuesday, Thursday from 4:00pm-5:30pm
    • MT 1100 Quantitative Reasoning: The goal of this course is to develop students’ ability to think critically about quantitative statements and information. In this course, students will have opportunities to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of numerical evidence and logical arguments, to apply mathematical methods in the context of real-world problems, and to study and employ strategies and methods for how to manipulate, understand, analyze, and interpret quantitative information. Students who do not need to take a higher level mathematics course should find this an interesting way of meeting the Quantitative Literacy requirement. Class times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:20am-10:30am, and from 10:40am-11:50am
    • MT 1510 Precalculus: This course will focus on analysis and applications of algebraic and transcendental functions. Topics include: linear and quadratic functions, polynomial functions, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and trigonometric functions, inequalities, graphical analysis, and an introduction to analytic geometry. Applications of these topics include: rates of change, optimization, logarithmic or exponential modeling, and trigonometric functions. This course satisfies the Quantitative Literacy requirement. Prerequisite: C‐ or better in MT 1020 or adequate performance on the mathematics placement test. Class times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 12:00pm-1:10pm
    • MT 2310 Statistics I: This course is an introduction to statistical reasoning. The emphasis of the course is on the concepts of statistics rather than coverage of traditional statistical methods. Topics include: sampling and experimentation, descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions, estimation, single sample and two sample hypothesis tests for means and proportions, regression and correlation. Additional topics will be selected from: contingency table analysis, multiple regression, and/or ANOVA. Recommended for second‐year students. This course satisfies the Quantitative Literacy requirement. Prerequisite: C‐ or better in MT 1020 or adequate performance on the mathematics pre‐assessment. Class times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:00am-9:10am

Duties & Responsibilities:

      • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
      • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
      • Coach struggling students toward success
      • Provide “experiential learning” opportunities whenever possible

Qualifications:

      • Master’s degree in subject area as minimum. Ph.D. or doctorate preferred. Experience in the field is a must. Prior online teaching and proven record of teaching effectiveness a must.

To Apply:

Email a letter of interest, current resume, and the names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three references to: NSSDIVISIONSearch@nec.edu with math course in subject line.

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Adjunct Faculty (Math) – remote/online

The School of Graduate and Professional Studies (SGPS) at New England College seeks to fill an immediate need for adjunct faculty positions in our Online Continuing Education Math courses. We are specifically looking for faculty who can also develop/revise online courses in:

                    • Fundamentals of Mathematics
                    • College Algebra
                    • Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning
                    • Math Placement Exam

Duties and Responsibilities:

                    • Develop/revise all materials, including the syllabus, for the assigned course;
                    • Work together with an instructional designer to translate course into seven weekly online modules;
                    • Be available for possible reimbursed travel to film a video portion of class;
                    • Follow course guidelines and textbook requirements established by the college;
                    • Have time availability which allows for fast turnaround needed for swift course development.

Qualifications: Masters degree in subject area as minimum. Ph.D. or doctorate preferred. Experience in the field is a must. Prior teaching and course development experience in online models is highly desirable.

To Apply: Email a letter of interest, current resume, and the names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three references to: mathsgpsSearch@nec.edu. Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.

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Adjunct Faculty (Psychology) – Fall 2016 in Henniker

The Natural and Social Science Division in Henniker at New England College seeks to fill an immediate need for adjunct faculty positions in our Bachelor of Arts in Psychology,

                • PS 2110 Writing/Research in Psychology: Building on the specific content from ‘Introduction to Psychology’ this course presents various ways psychologists approach this uniquely human science. This course takes a long historical view of the development of psychological types of thinking. It also discusses how social scientists engage in research with special attention to the scientific method. Students will learn to think critically about psychology research and culturally situate many of the attitudes and assumptions of psychology. Class times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00am-9:10am
                • PS 3310 Culture/Practice of Psychology: This course is an effort to critique the practice of psychotherapy, counseling, psychology research, and applied psychology through the lens of culture. From this critique, students will be given tools to develop sensibilities reflecting a commitment to grow in their understanding of diversity. Concepts such as race, ethnicity, gender, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, mental and physical abilities, socio-economics, profession, spirituality, and a host of other ideas will serve as touchstones for discussion and learning. Students will learn to think critically about themselves, their learning process, asking questions and research, and the prospects for making change in this world as well as examine assumptions that underpin the professions and practices of psychology. This course will branch into a myriad of other topics and fields to illustrate its points. Students will participate in active discussions and learn to work the ideas from the course into personal learning. Class times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:20am-10:30am
                • PS 3650 Theories of Personality: In this course, contemporary theories of personality (as they relate to personality structure, development, and community) and the dynamics of behavior are examined in depth. A major writing project is required. Class times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10:40am-11:50am
                • PS 3990 Cognitive Psychology: This course examines cognition and investigates how individuals acquire, store, create and use information. Cognition includes a variety of mental process used in everyday activities. These include attention, memory, expectancy, imagery, reasoning, perception, creativity, language, and problem solving. This course includes research and allocation of cognitive process. Prerequisite – PS 1100. Class times: Tuesday, Thursday from 1:00pm-2:40pm

Duties & Responsibilities:

                  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
                  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
                  • Coach struggling students toward success
                  • Provide “experiential learning” opportunities whenever possible

Qualifications:

                  • Master’s degree in subject area as minimum. Ph.D. or doctorate preferred. Experience in the field is a must. Prior online teaching and proven record of teaching effectiveness a must.

To Apply:

Email a letter of interest, current resume, and the names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three references to: NSSDIVISIONSearch@nec.edu.

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Adjunct Faculty (Psychology/Sociology) – remote/online

The School of Graduate and Professional Studies (SGPS) at New England College seeks to fill an immediate need for adjunct faculty positions in our online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and Sociology programs.

Duties and Responsibilities:

                        • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
                        • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
                        • Coach struggling students toward success
                        • Provide “experiential learning” opportunities whenever possible

Qualifications: Masters degree in subject area as minimum. Ph.D. or doctorate preferred. Experience in the field is a must. Prior online teaching and proven record of teaching effectiveness a must.

To Apply: Email a letter of interest, current resume, and the names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three references to: psycspgsSearch@nec.edu. Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.

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Adjunct Faculty (Western Civilization) – Fall 2016 in Henniker

The Department of History at New England College seeks an experienced instructor for one section of Western Civilization to 1500 in the fall 2016 term. The course will meet MWF from 9:20-10:30. Minimum requirements are the MA in History or related discipline and experience teaching in Western or World Civilization. College level teaching experience desirable. This is not an on-line course.

To Apply:

Please submit a cover letter, CV and the names of three references to: AHDIVISIONSearch@nec.edu.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Writing

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach WR 1010 Composition. This course is an evidence based, writing intensive course designed to improve critical thinking, reading, and writing proficiencies through guidance in a variety of academic formats. Students will develop strategies for turning their experience, observations, and analyses into evidence suitable for academic writing. Over the course of the semester, students will build upon their critical thinking skills to learn the processes necessary for gathering and incorporating research material in their writing. With an emphasis on civics and the natural environment, students will learn how to evaluate, cite, and document primary and secondary research sources, as well as how to develop arguments and support them with sound evidence.

                        • This course will be offered on the following days and times:
                          • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:50 – 4:30 p.m. (2 sections)
                          • Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:50 – 10:30 a.m. (2 sections)
                          • Mondays and Fridays from 8:50 – 10:30 a.m.
                          • Thursdays from 5:00 – 8:20 p.m.
                          • Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:50 – 12:00 p.m.
                          • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 – 2:40 p.m.

Duties and Responsibilities:

                        • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
                        • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
                        • Coach struggling students toward success
                        • Work with course and other lab instructors

Minimum Requirements:

                        • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
                        • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
                        • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to AHDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu. Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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