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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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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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Vice President Of Advancement

The Vice President of Advancement is charged with developing strategies to advance and support Bryan College’s goals and priorities.

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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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Worldview Initiative Coordinator

The Coordinator serves as a strategic direct report to the Director of Worldview Formation, and will help the department efficiently accomplish a broader scope of goals that align with the mission of Bryan College.

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Professor of Communications

The Department of Communication, Media & Culture invites candidates to apply for a full-time Associate or Professor rank faculty position to begin Fall 2015 to teach four courses in communication theory per semester and chair the department.

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