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Make a Difference at Grand Canyon University
Shape the bright futures of Grand Canyon University students as a full time Faculty member for the traditional ground campus in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology. Through hands-on, project-based learning, the college provides an outlet for innovation and cross-disciplinary exposure. It also features pre-professional degrees in biology, alongside our degrees in information systems, and a forensic science and exercise science program.
As a full-time Faculty member, you’ll provide program instruction incorporating innovative teaching methodologies, cutting-edge technologies and other industry trends reflecting advancements in your discipline. If you are highly motivated and passionate about teaching exceptional quality instruction in modern facilities with smaller class sizes, we’d like to hear from you.
Responsibilities include equipping students with the required skill set, facilitating classroom discussions, assessing student performance and preparing students to be successful leaders in their chosen profession. This is a 9 - 10 month position. Other main responsibilities include the following:
Teaches undergraduate courses within the major.
Assists students outside classroom hours.
Stays current on topics and practices related to the discipline.
Assists administration in driving curriculum design & development.
Works with University leadership on strategic planning initiatives advancing science and technology education.
Develops and administers forward-thinking short and long term plans for development and growth.
Provides vision and leadership promoting consensus building and collaboration.
Assists the University in building a solid foundation for growth of science, engineering, and technology programs.
Manages assigned resources including the budgets.
Mentors undergraduate majors in science, engineering, and technology.
Fosters and promotes diversity and collegiality among faculty, students, and staff and is an advocate for change.
Develops and maintains relationships with industry contacts to support internship programs, project collaborations and industrial mentoring.
Actively supports college/university mission and initiatives.
Actively participates on college and/or university committees.
Assists the Dean in developing internal and external communities that promote the major field of study, college, and University.
Provides leadership to adjunct faculty.
Active engagement in professional development activities.
Compliance with all college and University policies.
Willingness to assume other duties as assigned.
Master’s degree in physics, engineering, or similar, from a regionally accredited institution.
0-3 years’ relevant work experience and/or higher education teaching experience in a closely related field. An equivalent combination of relevant work experience and education may be substituted.
An extensive, advanced and current knowledge of physics or closely related field.
Ability to articulate a clear understanding of values-based education from a Christian perspective.
Provide a positive example to students by supporting the University’s Doctrinal Statement, Ethical Position Statement and Mission of Grand Canyon University.
Doctoral degree in physics, engineering, or similar, from a regionally accredited institution.
3-5 years of industry experience and/or interdisciplinary teaching experience
Familiarity with higher education, curriculum planning, best teaching and administrative practices; or a record of excellence in teaching.
Understanding of the various methods of adult learning, education deployment/delivery including distance education/online services and classroom.
Desire to integrate the use of software into physics undergraduate courses.