Taylor University is seeking applications and nominations of distinguished candidates to teach in the Department of Business in Economics. This is a tenure-track position beginning August 2020. Appointment of rank and salary are dependent upon qualifications and experience. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
PhD or DBA in Economics or a closely related field is preferred. A strong interest in undergraduate teaching is required, and previous teaching, online course delivery, and/or postdoctoral experience are desired. Professional work experience and credentials are also preferred. Candidates must also have a personal, vibrant faith and Christian walk, and be strongly committed to the educational mission and evangelical Christian orientation of the University.
The successful candidate will provide leadership to the economics curriculum and teach a combination of introductory and advanced economic courses. Scholarly activity, professional service, student advising, and chapel attendance are also expected.
The Business Program is an ACBSP accredited program with high standards, offering traditional undergraduate majors in accounting, finance, management, and marketing, and both Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. There are approximately 300 students enrolled, making business the largest major group on campus. All business majors have a practicum requirement, and the curriculum includes project and experiential learning components. The faculty enjoy a strong collegial relationship and smaller classes that encourage student mentoring.
Taylor University is a Christ-centered educational institution, and an evangelical, interdenominational covenant community committed to advancing life-long learning and ministering the redemptive love and truth of Jesus Christ to a world in need. Candidates will be expected to affirm the Taylor University Life Together Covenant, Statement of Faith, and essential documents.
Taylor is distinctive in its commitment to both spiritual and intellectual development. Academic pursuits at Taylor are rigorous, demanding imagination, dedication and integrity from both students and faculty. As a Christian institution, Taylor University has highly capable, supportive faculty who recognize that all truth has its source in God. Taylor University carries out its mission and purposes primarily by offering undergraduate programs in its residential campus setting. The University also offers focused graduate programs that expand and complement curricular and institutional strengths.
The University is located 60 miles northeast of Indianapolis and 50 miles south of Fort Wayne. The proximity to metropolitan areas provides numerous benefits, including access to specialized healthcare and cultural and entertainment opportunities including music, theater, art, professional athletics and commerce.
Interested candidates should send an application letter, curriculum vita, and complete the application found at https://public.taylor.edu/about/services/human-resources/hiring/FacultyApplication.doc. Materials should be addressed to: Dr. Jeffrey Sherlock, Dean, School of Social Sciences, Education & Business and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. All materials will remain confidential. Women and members of minority groups are encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Taylor University complies with federal and state guidelines for nondiscrimination in employment.
About Taylor University
Taylor University, a Christian liberal arts college with a student body of 1,870 on its Upland, Indiana, campus, is known for its distinctive community of scholarship and faith. In addition to a concerned, competent faculty and modern facilities, the University cherishes an atmosphere of uncommon quality, which inspires personal participation and spiritual growth as well as intellectual development. Graduate program in higher education is offered. In addition, Taylor Online serves over 1,200 adult students through degree and non-degree offerings in credit and non-credit formats in distance/distributed learning environments.