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Spring Hill College has employment positions available for both faculty and staff members. See below for all current job openings.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.*

Faculty Positions

Nursing Faculty, beginning Fall 2019: One Full-Time. Also Part-Time Positions.

Nursing Faculty, beginning Fall 2019:  One Full-Time Pediatrics / Adult Health.  Also Part-Time Clinical Faculty in Adult Health and Pediatrics.

Spring Hill College Division of Nursing.  One full-time faculty position available.  Candidate must have M.S.N. and an earned doctorate in nursing or related field, or currently in a doctoral program.  A current background in theory and clinical in Pediatrics and Adult Health (including Critical Care) nursing preferred.  Requires teaching expertise in courses throughout a graduate and undergraduate curriculum, as well as online teaching.  

Also seeking part-time Adult Health (including Critical Care)  and Pediatric clinical faculty. Please send a cover letter and detailed curriculum vitae, to include the emails and phone numbers of three references the candidate has worked with in academia, who may be contacted.  Send this information electronically to:

Dr. Terran Mathers, Nursing Division Chair, at tmathers@shc.edu

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Assistant or Associate Professor in Mathematics. TWO Positions. Tenure Track. Begin Fall 2019.

Department of Mathematics

Spring Hill College, a Jesuit liberal arts college in Mobile AL, invites applications for two tenure-track positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in Mathematics starting August 2019. The candidate(s) must have a PhD in Mathematics or Statistics, a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and research, and a desire to support the Jesuit mission (http://www.shc.edu). Applications should be submitted electronically at: http://www.mathjobs.org and include a cover letter, CV, copies of graduate transcripts, teaching philosophy, a statement of research interest and three letters of recommendation, one of which discusses a candidate’s teaching qualifications. To receive full consideration, applications should be received by Feb 11th.

The Mathematics Department offers a B.S. degree in Mathematics with concentrations in actuarial mathematics, applied mathematics, computer analysis and pure mathematics.  A wide range of courses are offered for both majors and non-majors. 

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. Tenure-Track (Chemistry). Starts Fall 2019.

Spring Hill College, a Jesuit liberal arts college, invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor position in Biochemistry to begin in August 2019.  The candidate must have a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and research, and a desire to support the Jesuit mission (http://www.shc.edu).  The candidate should be capable of teaching upper-level Biochemistry courses and labs, as well as lower-level lecture and lab courses in the department. Please visit the department webpage (https://sites.google.com/shc.edu/chemistry) to learn more about the department, our students, and ongoing initiatives.

The following items should be sent to Dr. Carolyn Simmons, Department of Chemistry, Spring Hill College, 4000 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36608 or chemistry@shc.edu:  A statement of interest, teaching philosophy, statement of research interests, CV, graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation.  Electronic submission is preferable.  Review of applications will begin February 1, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled.

The College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Assistant Professor of Political Science. Tenure-Track. Begins Fall 2019

The Spring Hill College Department of Political Science and Law is accepting applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning August 2019.  Candidates should have expertise in American politics (with a preferred focus on public administration or the policy process) and in comparative politics or international relations (expertise in environmental policy or international organizations preferred).  Typical full-time teaching load is four courses per semester with additional responsibilities, including student advising.  Founded in 1830, Spring Hill is a small Jesuit Catholic liberal arts college committed to its teaching and student formation mission.  Candidates for the position should have completed the Ph.D. by the start date.  Applicants should send a letter of application, vita, evidence of teaching excellence or potential, graduate transcripts and the names of three references to polscisearch@shc.edu.  Review of applications will begin February 1, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track, Theology--Biblical Studies

Spring Hill College invites applications for a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, with a concentration in either Old or New Testament.  Candidates should possess a firm grounding in traditional and contemporary methods of interpretation, interpretation within the Catholic tradition, and be able to teach both Old and New Testament courses.

The Theology Department is responsible for core courses for all students, courses for a small number of theology majors and minors, and staffing a moderate-sized, part time, blended format Masters theology program (about 60 students).  The successful candidate would be able to teach in both undergraduate and graduate programs and be willing to serve as the director of the graduate theology program in the future.

The College puts the most emphasis for its faculty on teaching, but also expects service and scholarship.

Applicants are invited to visit our undergraduate website (http://departments2.shc.edu/theology/) and our graduate website (www.shc.edu/graduatetheology) for background on Spring Hill College’s undergraduate and graduate theology programs and degrees offered.

Basic Qualifications 

  1. Completion of the Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Biblical Studies by fall semester 2019.
  2. Commitment to excellence in teaching and ongoing scholarship.
  3. Evidence of qualities for academic administration (Director of Graduate Programs in Theology).

Responsibilities 

The successful candidate will:

  • teach eight courses per year on the semester system, including foundation courses in Biblical Studies (New and Old Testament) and undergraduate and graduate courses in specific areas of Bible (Prophets, Pentateuch, Synoptic Gospels, Letters of Paul, etc.).
  • participate in regular faculty service and scholarship.
  • direct and contribute to graduate comprehensive exam and thesis committees.
  • have, or be willing to develop, expertise in rigorous and engaging on-line education (primarily for the Master’s program).
  • be able to serve as the Director of Graduate Programs in Theology and Ministry in the future (for which there is one course release each semester).
     

Start Date 08/01/2019 (approx)

 

Posting Detail Information

Open Date 10/16/2018
Review of Applications begins January 15, 2019
Open Until Filled

 

Special Instructions to Applicants

Applicants should submit:

  1. A cover letter or personal statement that includes ( a ) a statement of teaching philosophy,  (b ) a personal assessment of interest and abilities in program administration ( c ) the applicant’s understanding of and commitment to the mission of Spring Hill College.
  2. A curriculum vitae and copies of graduate transcripts.
  3. Sample syllabi and teaching evaluations from courses taught.
  4. An example of scholarship, e.g., articles, lectures, conference presentations.
  5. Three letters of recommendation.

Please send a cover letter, CV, unofficial transcripts, statement of teaching philosophy, and three letters of recommendation. PREFERRED submission method is via email (with letter of reference sent directly by the recommender), which should go to viscardi@shc.edu  Emailed applications must be received by January 15, 2019.  We must also receive by January 15, 2019, applications from applicants who opt to send as hard copies to: Theology Department, Spring Hill College, 4000 Dauphin St. Mobile, AL  36608. Preliminary interviews will be conducted via Skype. Inquiries may be addressed to Fr. Christopher Viscardi, SJ, Search Committee Chair, at viscardi@shc.edu.

About Spring Hill College

Founded in 1830 and located in Mobile, Alabama, Spring Hill College is a private, Jesuit, student-centered liberal arts institution with an enrollment of 1,500. Rooted in its Jesuit Catholic heritage, Spring Hill College forms students to become responsible leaders in service to others and is committed to the intellectual, spiritual, and social growth of each individual.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Full-Time Faculty Position - Management, Starting Fall 2019.

Full-Time Faculty Position - Management

Spring Hill College, a Jesuit, Catholic, liberal arts college, invites applications for full-time faculty position in the Division of Business starting in August 2019.  A Master’s degree from an accredited institution required, and a doctorate degree in management from an ACBSP or AACSB accredited program is preferred.  The ideal candidate will be able to teach a variety of undergraduate management courses (including the senior capstone Business Strategy and Policy) as well as a graduate level courses in Spring Hill’s Online MBA program.  Candidates with expertise in operations management, logistics, supply chain management, and project management are encouraged to apply.   Candidates are expected to demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, full involvement with the students, and the intellectual life of the college.  Screening begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. Send statement of interest, current vitae, transcripts (initial submission may be unofficial copies), list of three references, and two letters of recommendation to Dr. James B. Larriviere, Division of Business, Spring Hill College, 4000 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL  36608.  Electronic submissions to jlarriviere@shc.edu

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Staff Positions

Area Coordinator, to begin July 1 2019

Spring Hill College, located on the beautiful Gulf Coast in Mobile, Alabama, is a Jesuit liberal arts and sciences college.  The College is currently accepting applications for an Area Coordinator.  Start Date for the new Area Coordinator is scheduled as July 1, 2019.

Area Coordinators (AC) are responsible for creating and maintaining a healthy living-learning environment and for assuring the quality of life and the effective administration of residential facilities for approximately 300 - 450 undergraduate students. AC’s are responsible for the management of the halls in their area, in addition to the supervision of 12 – 15 Resident Assistants and other assigned student staff. They utilize and develop skills in staff supervision, administration, interpersonal communication, management, and program development in a supportive environment focusing on student development and formation. Responsibilities include programming development, administrating student conduct processes, and performing nightly and weekend duty on a rotating basis.  The Area Coordinator reports to the Director of Residence Life.

Master’s degree in Student Personnel, Education or related field from an accredited college or university preferred.  One to two years of professional or graduate Residence Life experience is preferred. Related administrative and counseling experience will be considered.

Full job description, requirements, etc., may be found by clicking on the Job Description link.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Golf Course Cart Attendant. Part-Time.

One Part-Time Cart Attendant position is available at the Spring Hill College Golf Course. 

Please click on job description link for description, requirements, and application procedures.

MUST APPLY IN PERSON AT THE SPRING HILL COLLEGE GOLF COURSE PRO SHOP.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Director of Athletics and Recreation

Spring Hill College seeks its next Director of Athletics and Recreation. The successful candidate will be a leader with vision and a skilled collaborator who will build upon the renewed energy and upward trajectory of the college’s recent transition to NCAA Division II membership. The Athletic Director will oversee the fundraising, recruitment and retention goals of the department, which is composed of 22+ employees and approximately 350 student-athletes, competing in 16 Varsity sports and 7 club or JV sports.

Founded in 1830 and located in Mobile, Alabama, Spring Hill College is a private, Jesuit, student-centered liberal arts institution with an enrollment of approximately 1,300 undergraduate students. Rooted in its Jesuit Catholic heritage, Spring Hill College forms students to become responsible leaders in service to others and is committed to the intellectual, spiritual, and social growth of each individual.

Summary and Key Essential Functions:

Summary:  Reporting to the President, the Director of Athletics and Recreation is responsible for maintaining a high quality, competitive, student-centered athletic program under the guidelines of the college’s mission, the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II, and its athletic conferences.  S/he is the principal administrative officer for the college’s intercollegiate and recreation programs, thereby developing, implementing, and evaluating policies and procedures for the Department of Athletics and Recreation, including the Arthur Outlaw Recreation Center.  S/he has budgetary responsibility for the department, including oversight of athletic scholarships, operations, and staffing. 

Key Essential Functions

  1. Provides overall direction and supervision for the Department of Athletics and Recreation staff on all budgetary, programmatic, and personnel matters.
  2. Ensures all aspects of the NCAA intercollegiate athletic program are conducted within the rules, regulations, and procedures encompassed in the NCAA, the athletic conference, College, and athletic department policies and procedures manual, with an understanding that failure to do so may lead to sanctions up to and including termination.
  3. Oversees and directs all operations of the Arthur Outlaw Recreation Center and the management of all outdoor athletic facilities.
  4. Develops policies and procedures for the safe and effective operation of athletics (intercollegiate and club) and recreational activities.  Updates and publishes policies and procedures, as needed.
  5. Represents and promotes the College and the Athletics program at sports-related, recruitment, and fund-raising events and activities.  Serves as liaison for the College and a delegate of the College President to the NCAA and affiliated conferences.
  6. In coordination with the Vice President of Enrollment Management and the Director of Financial Aid, directs athletic recruitment and administers the athletic scholarship budget.  Authorizes scholarship awards within approved athletic scholarship policies and monitors compliance with NCAA athletic scholarship requirements.
  7. Plans and schedules sports events, and oversees ticket sales, concession and other competition related activity.  Oversees and verifies that game management procedures are followed at all home events.
  8. Assures compliance with athletics related federal, state, and local laws including but not limited to Title IX.

Qualification Standards:

Education:        Minimum Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred, in Physical Education, Recreational Sports, Business Administration, or related area.

Experience:      At least five years of supervisory experience in collegiate athletic administration. NCAA experience preferred.

Licenses:          Valid driver’s license with approval from College’s insurance provider.

                            Other Considerations:

                                        ·  Hiring process will include a criminal history background search; also subject to any applicable drug testing.

                                        ·  This person is considered a responsible employee in accordance with College Title IX policies.

Position is open until filled.  To apply for this position, please send or e-mail a cover letter, resume, and a list of at least three work-related references to:  Patricia A. Davis, Human Resources, Spring Hill College, 4000 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL  36608.   E-mail:  pdavis@shc.edu. The College reserves the right to check off-list references. For a full job description, please click on Job Description link.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Police Officer

Please click on Job Description link for full job description, including requirements.

Position requires background checks and post-offer/pre-employment drug testing.

Emails go to:  pdavis@shc.edu

 

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer


*Equal Opportunity Employer

Spring Hill College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, veteran’s status, genetic information, age, or any other groups protected by controlling federal, state, or local civil rights statutes in its programs and activities (including employment) as per the appropriate legal statutes and regulations, including but not limited to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.


The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Patricia Davis
Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator
Finance and Accounting Office, Room 128
Fine Arts Center/Eichold Gallery Building
4000 Dauphin Street
Mobile, AL 36608-1791
251-380-3063

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