University Faculty Openings
Full-Time Faculty Openings
There are currently no full-time faculty openings
Part-Time Instructor Openings
Listed below are current and possible future part-time instructor openings in various areas. Please contact the specific person listed if interested in exploring one of these opportunities:
School of Professional Studies
The School of Professional Studies welcomes inquiries for adjunct faculty positions from individuals with appropriate academic preparation and professional experience, as well as a commitment to nontraditional learners in an intentionally Christian context. Contact Judson Curry to inquire.
School of Business and Nonprofit Management
The School of Business and Nonprofit Management (SBNM) is always seeking highly qualified part-time instructors to add to its existing pool of adjuncts, and we welcome your inquiries. Minimally, a master’s degree is required. Interested candidates should contact Rochelle Robinson-Levant, director of operations for SBNM, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attach a CV and cover letter details expertise and teaching experience to your inquiry in order to be considered.
School of Education
The School of Education is looking for an adjunct professor to teach EDUC 3330: Principles and Practice of Play and Language. The course will be taught in Fall 2016 during Quad A from 8/29 to 10/17 on Monday evenings from 6:30 PM to 9:50 PM. Please submit a resume to Dr. Rebecca L. Nelson, Dean, School of Education.
School of Nursing
Current openings include: adjunct clinical faculty in med surg and most of the subspecialties. Minimally a master’s degree in nursing is required, and a current Illinois RN license. Salary is based on qualifications and experience. Interview, CV, and letters of recommendation will be needed.
Dr. Linda R. Duncan
Dean of the School of Nursing
North Park University
3225 W Foster Ave
Chicago IL 60625
Contact Dr. Linda Duncan by e-mail by May 1. Applications will be considered in order received.
The Sociology department is seeking an instructor for a course in Urban Sociology which will be taught in the Spring semester. This is a course designed for Sociology and Criminal Justice students.
Contact Dr. Frank Steinhart regarding this opening.