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Current Openings

Resident Director (Female)

The position of Resident Director is a ten month, live-in position reporting directly to the Assistant Dean of Students. The residence hall staff seeks to identify students’ needs, facilitate healthy student relationships and promote individual growth.

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AGS Outreach Librarian

Librarian primarily responsible for the library’s outreach services, particularly to degree completion, graduate, online and dual enrollment students.

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Part-Time Adjunct Faculty: School of Adult and Graduate Studies

Multiple openings for adjunct instructors to teach graduate and undergraduate business and selected general education core courses.

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Professor of Mathematics

Tenure-track position in Mathematics (undergraduate). Must have strong commitment to teaching in diverse areas (e.g., calculus, probability, statistics, algebra, number theory, geometry).

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Professor of Psychology

The Psychology department at Bryan College is seeking a full-time faculty person to begin August 2015. Specialization is open. Candidates would be primarily responsible for teaching, mentoring, and advising undergraduate students.

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Head Athletic Trainer

Develop, coordinate and administer a comprehensive sports medical program for the Bryan College intercollegiate sport program.

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Assistant or Associate Professor of Exercise and Health Science

Duties and responsibilities would include teaching wide range of undergraduate courses leading to B.S. in Exercise and Health Science, advising students, and collaboration with colleagues on development of new programs.

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