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Teacher or Teacher Aide/Custodian »

Union

Pacific

Conference

Central California Conference

School

Santa Cruz Discoveryland

Description

Full-time Teacher or Full-time/part-time Teacher Aide/Custodian

Date posted

Jul 17 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 10 2015

 

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High School Teacher/Varsity Coach »

Union

Pacific

Conference

Northern California Conference

School

Rio Lindo Adventist Academy

Description

Rio Lindo Adventist Academy is a 9-12 boarding school located in Northern California just north of San Francisco. They are seeking an individual for a full-time position to teach some classes (Religion and or Math), coach the girls varsity volleyball and basketball teams, help with the intramural program, and also help in the girls dorm. Because this is a new position and the school has limited housing, this person must be willing to live in the girls dorm. An added plus would be having an aquatics background.

Date posted

Jul 27 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 30 2015

 

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Chaplain »

Union

Canadian

Conference

Ontario Conference

School

Kingsway College

Description

Kingsway College, an SDA boarding high school in Oshawa, Ontario is seeking applicants for a full time Chaplain. This position is responsible for the religious programming and outreach activities at Kingsway College. This position also includes teaching one Religion class per semester. Applicants must be committed to the mission and values of Kingsway College, have a strong commitment to Christian Education, and be a member in good standing of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Application Deadline: Applications will be received until August 6th, 2015. This position begins on August 31, 2015. Please visit the Kingsway College website (www.kingswaycollege.on.ca) under the “Faculty & Staff” page for a job description for this position. Qualified candidates should send their resumes and names of three references with contact information to:

Date posted

Jul 27 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 6 2015

 

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1st-2nd and 5th - 6th grade teachers »

Union

North American Division Union

Conference

Guam-Micronesia Mission

School

Guam Adventist Academy

Description

GAA is a K-12 day school serving the island of Guam. Calls are listed at adventistvolunteers.org site under the service requests numbers (1-2) SSD.GAA.2015.05 and (5-6) SSD.GAA.2015.04. These positions are both 2 year positions for volunteers with a stipend, round-trip ticket, housing and vehicle included.

Date posted

Jul 27 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 31 2015

 

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Business Manager »

Union

Pacific

Conference

Northern California Conference

School

Sacramento Adventist Academy

Description

Sacramento Adventist Academy is accepting resumes for the position of Business Manager. SAA is a PK-12 day academy located approximately 25 minutes outside of downtown Sacramento.

Date posted

Jul 27 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 3 2015

 

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Teacher's Assistant »

Union

Pacific

Conference

Central California Conference

School

Templeton Hills Adventist School

Description

Templeton Hills is a one-room school. Responsibilities for this position include assisting the teacher with tasks such as grading papers, tutoring individual students or supervising students on the playground. Duties will vary, according to the needs of the teacher, but could include various typical classroom activities. This is a part-time position, Monday through Thursday, not to exceed 25 hours per week.

Date posted

Jul 17 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 14 2015

 

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After School Care Program Supervisor »

Union

Pacific

Conference

Central California Conference

School

San Francisco Adventist School

Description

The After-School Program Supervisor will assist the Extended Day Program Director with the implementation of a quality after-school program that enriches the students spiritually, academically, socially, emotionally, and physically. The Supervisor will maintain a safe and educational learning environment for young children by successfully implementing the program curriculum and daily program activities. Daily expectations include: leading children in table activities, supervising snack and outdoor play, assisting children with day to day needs, maintaining a clean environment, leading group activities, and teaching the programs that are created by the Extended Day Director. This is a part-time hourly position, not to exceed 25 hours per week. San Francisco Adventist School is a K-8 school with 40-50 students.

Date posted

Jul 17 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 14 2015

 

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Chemistry/Earth Science Teacher »

Union

Atlantic

Conference

Northeastern Conference

School

Northeastern Academy

Description

Northeastern Conference is looking for a Science Teacher with a concentration in Chemistry and Earth Science. Applicants must have Bachelor’s degree and should be in process to complete a Master’s Degree within the next five years.

Date posted

Jul 13 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 3 2015

 

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Computer Science/IT Teacher »

Union

Atlantic

Conference

Northeastern Conference

School

Northeastern Academy

Description

Northeastern Conference is looking for a Computer/IT Teacher. Applicants must have Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field. Applicants should be in process to complete a Master’s Degree within the next five years.

Date posted

Jul 13 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 3 2015

 

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English Teacher »

Union

Atlantic

Conference

Northeastern Conference

School

Northeastern Academy

Description

Northeastern Conference is looking for a English Teacher for Northeastern Academy. Applicants must have a bachelor's degree with plans to complete a Masters Degree within five years. A teacher can be influential in students' lives, since students will apply what they learn to their future endeavors. Applicant must be able to put together informative and engaging lesson plans,use a variety of visual aids, textbooks and creative projects to gain student involvement. The applicant may be required to have and teach computer skills.

Date posted

Jul 13 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 3 2015

 

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Spanish/French Teacher »

Union

Atlantic

Conference

Northeastern Conference

School

Northeastern Academy

Description

Northeastern Conference is looking for a Modern Language teacher with concentrations in Spanish and French for Northeastern Academy. The minimum requirements include a bachelor’s degree in foreign language, linguistics, or a related field, native fluency, an understanding of the culture associated with the language(s) taught, and a strong desire to teach the subject. Applicants must be begin or be in process to complete a Masters Degree. Like other educators, foreign language teachers are responsible for planning and delivering lessons.

Date posted

Jul 13 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 3 2015

 

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High school Bible Teacher »

Union

Columbia

Conference

Chesapeake Conference

School

Spencerville Adventist Academy

Description

Spencerville Adventist Academy is a growing, 370 student, Pk-12th grade school located 30 minutes north of Washington DC. We value our Adventist foundations and strive for academic excellence at all age levels. Please visit us on the web at www.spac.net The position is High School Bible and Assistant Chaplain which consists of: 2 Freshmen Bible Classes 2 Junior Bible Classes Assist Campus Chaplain in Chaplain duties 5th-12th Grade

Date posted

Jul 13 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 17 2015

 

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Middle School Math/Bible Teacher »

Union

Columbia

Conference

Chesapeake Conference

School

Spencerville Adventist Academy

Description

Spencerville Adventist Academy is a growing, 370 student, Pk-12th grade school located 30 minutes north of Washington DC. We value our Adventist foundations and strive for academic excellence at all age levels. Please visit us on the web at www.spac.net This position functions within a team of middle school teachers. The core teaching responsibilities are: 6th grade homeroom 6th, 7th, 8th math 6th, 7th Bible We desire a candidate who is collaborative and understands math instruction. It is especially important that they understand math within the common core and how it is constructed in the "Big Ideas" math series. In addition it would be very helpful to understand the "Go Math" book series since that is used in grades K-5.

Date posted

Jul 13 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 17 2015

 

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Counselor »

Union

Pacific

Conference

Arizona Conference

School

Holbrook Adventist Indian School

Description

Holbrook Indian School (HIS) is seeking to hire a certified/licensed clinical counselor to provide much needed treatment plans, drug and alcohol counseling in individual and group sessions, and guidance for students who have, or continue to experience abuse and/or neglect. Candidates must be willing to work with our case manager to coordinate treatment plans and maintain proper records. HIS is an accredited 1-12th grade boarding school operated directly by the Pacific Union Conference. As such, faculty and staff members receive remuneration and benefits according to the policies employed by all schools in the Pacific Union. As in many other SDA boarding schools, employees live in on-campus housing. The average student population at HIS is 72 students, split evenly between 1-8th and 9-12th grades, with an additional 10-12 students at our one-teacher school in Chinle, Arizona.

Date posted

Jun 29 2015

Resumes are due by

Sep 30 2015

 

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Development Director »

Union

Pacific

Conference

Arizona Conference

School

Holbrook Adventist Indian School

Description

Holbrook Indian School (HIS) is seeking to hire a development director to continue the great relationship we have with current donors, work on expanding our donor base, and coordinate all aspects of our marketing plan. Candidates would have a strong desire to serve young people, particularly the Native American population of the United States, and enthusiasm for promoting Holbrook Indian School's mission and vision. HIS is an accredited 1-12th grade boarding school operated directly by the Pacific Union Conference. As such, faculty and staff members receive remuneration and benefits according to the policies employed by all schools in the Pacific Union. As in many other SDA boarding schools, employees live in on-campus housing. HIS has an average population of 72 students divided almost evenly between 1-8th and 9-12th grades, with an additional 10-12 students at our one-teacher school in Chinle, Arizona.

Date posted

Jun 29 2015

Resumes are due by

Sep 30 2015

 

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9/10 Teacher to Team Teach with 6-8 Teacher »

Union

Lake

Conference

Michigan Conference

School

Holland Elementary School

Description

Holland SDA Elementary is expanding their program to include 9th&10th grades for the 2015-16 school year. They are seeking a fourth teacher who is committed to Adventist Education. This teacher will be responsible for teaching math and science to grades 5-10 and also be the homeroom teacher for grades 9&10. Currently the enrollment at Holland is about 45 students. The school has a nice updated facility with a kitchen, gym, an outdoor play area, with plans to add an addition. Holland has a supportive school board, good parent involvement, and great pastoral support. Holland is located in southwestern Michigan on Lake Macatawa, near the shores of Lake Michigan. It is about an one hour drive from Andrews University. The city is best known for its Tulip Time Festival held each May. This position will be posted until filled.

Date posted

Jun 2 2015

Resumes are due by

Sep 2 2015

 

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Full-time Tenure-track Faculty Position in BSW and MSW programs. »

School

Walla Walla University

Description

Walla Walla University’s Wilma Hepker School of Social Work & Sociology seeks applications for one (1) tenure-track faculty position in the BSW/MSW programs, to begin September 2016. Expertise is needed in the following areas: Clinical Social Work Practice, and Research/Evaluation. Prospective candidates interested in the position are asked to submit their curriculum vitae, letter of application and references. Walla Walla University is a Seventh-day Adventist comprehensive institution and is a religiously qualified equal opportunity employer; faculty and staff are recruited with attention to their active membership in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. For more information and to apply, please visit jobs.wallawalla.edu

Date posted

Jul 27 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 3 2015

 

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Biology Faculty »

School

Washington Adventist University

Description

Position is available 7/1/2016 OVERVIEW OF THE UNIVERSITY Washington Adventist University (WAU) is a Christ-centered institution of higher education that supports a culture of excellence where all feel valued. Nestled in a desirable residential community in Takoma Park, Maryland, WAU offers its faculty and staff an environment where professional expertise is valued and lasting connections between co-workers are formed as we work together to ensure the success of our students. Regardless of title, every employee supports WAU’s vision of producing graduates who bring moral leadership and competence to their communities. POSITION SUMMARY The Department of Biology and Chemistry at Washington Adventist University is seeking a qualified individual to join the biology teaching faculty. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Design and implement effective teaching and learning processes and develop curriculum in biology and related areas. Prepare course outlines and syllabi, develop course and lesson plans, and engage in the selection of textbooks and other teaching aids necessary to the instruction of courses. Conduct classroom instruction for courses in the curriculum at the college level. Teach courses using a variety of instructional methods. Lead and monitor classroom instruction that promotes educational and learning processes in keeping with faculty academic freedom and responsibility. Remain current in the discipline and update course content when appropriate to reflect the current knowledge in the discipline. Actively participate in on-going assessment activities at the department and school levels. Supervise and maintain laboratories and equipment. Foster student development. Serve as academic advisor to students. Work in partnership with student services personnel on student advising and orientation. Maintain an appropriate office schedule to allow for student access and inquiry. Participate in necessary institutional functions such as, but not limited to, university committees, club sponsorship, facilitation of advisory committees, student/faculty recruitment, and mentoring of new and part-time faculty. BENEFITS Benefits package includes: Health care, including vision, dental and prescription drug Flexible Spending Plans Competitive 403B retirement plan Individualized retirement planning sessions Tuition assistance for employees, spouse and dependents Life insurance including supplemental and accidental death and dismemberment policies Long Term Disability Long Term Care Insurance AFLAC insurance Legal Assistance Program Employee Assistance Program Wellness programs Professional development Title VII Exception Notice Washington Adventist University is a religiously qualified Equal Opportunity Employer under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. As such the University has the legal right to prefer a member of the Seventh-day Adventist ("SDA") Church in its hiring process. In the event that a qualified SDA candidate is not identified, the University will give the opportunity to candidates who must understand and respect the mission, purpose, and identity of Washington Adventist University as a condition of their employment.34 CRF (and subsections), insofar as they conflict with the Seventh-day Adventist teaching and practices.

Date posted

Jul 17 2015

Resumes are due by

Oct 1 2015

 

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Mathematics Faculty Member »

School

Union College

Description

Teach and advise mathematics undergraduates. Specific course responsibilities will be determined based on program needs and the applicant’s specialized area(s).

Date posted

Jul 1 2015

Resumes are due by

Dec 1 2015

 

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Nursing Faculty Member »

School

Union College

Description

• Follow the established policies and procedures of Union College that facilitate instruction, administration, and student well-being. • Meet and conduct assigned classes in professional manner. • Teach knowledge, skills, and attitudes that support the learning outcomes identified for each course. • Develop and maintain an environment conducive to effective learning. • Employ a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media, consistent with the physical resources of the college or clinical site, and consistent with student needs/capabilities. • Interact with students in a fair and equitable manner. • Verify and maintain records of student attendance and performance. • Regularly inform students of their performance in the course. • Prepare for classes and clinical as assigned and show written evidence of preparation upon request of BSN Program Director or Division of Nursing Chair. • Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, patients, equipment, materials, and facilities. • Evaluate student progress and performance on a continuing basis including maintaining accurate and auditable records as required by law and college policy. • Keep abreast of changes and developments in area of expertise. • Establish and maintain collegial relationships with college staff, clinical site staff, administration, and peer faculty. • Maintain Nebraska State Board of Nursing and CCNE requirements for teaching in a BSN nursing program. • Participate in personal professional growth plan through planned activities such as reading, workshops, credit courses, and involvement with clinical nursing. • Maintain memberships and participate in professional organizations related to areas of teaching. • Maintain curriculum vitae of teaching, professional organizations, and service related to areas of teaching. • Is guided by the Union College and Division of Nursing mission statements in striving to implement the Division of Nursing’s philosophy of nursing education. • Maintain accurate and auditable records of student performance as required by law and college policy. • Cooperate with other members of the staff in planning instructional goals, objectives, and methods. • Represent Union College to the community, public organizations, and other organizations as appropriate. • Participate in Faculty Associate Committee (FAC).

Date posted

Jun 30 2015

Resumes are due by

Dec 1 2015

 

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Education Faculty Member »

School

Union College

Description

• Prepare and teach three-four courses per semester (total of 12 credit hours) • Teacher of record for the CORE 108 class (not included in teaching load) • Academic Advisor to the elementary education students, which includes making detailed long-term academic plans for timely completion of an education degree • Mentor education students • Faculty representative for the education club • Participation in student/club/program/Union activities on the weekend as scheduled throughout the year • Arrange candidacy meetings with the qualified education students and coordinate the collection of the necessary paperwork • Participate in 1-2 committees on campus as requested • Participate in all education program activities, such as TPC • Supervise student teachers • Complete grading for correspondence Bible courses • Complete grading and assessment for all education student requirements • Teach directed study courses (in addition to above), for students out of sequence as needed • As assigned by the Chair of Human Development

Date posted

Jun 30 2015

Resumes are due by

Dec 1 2015

 

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Vice President for Advancement »

School

Southwestern Adventist University

Description

Southwestern is seeking an experienced professional with development experience. This senior staff member will oversee all development, marketing and public relations operations for the University. Selected candidate will develop and implement a comprehensive and dynamic plan for institutional advancement in harmony with the University's strategic plan for the next decade.

Date posted

May 20 2015

Resumes are due by

Sep 30 2015

 

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Vice President for Academic Administration »

School

Canadian University College

Description

Burman University (formerly Canadian University College) requires an experienced academic leader to serve as Vice President of Academic Administration (VPAA) and to act for the president in his absence. This position will provide leadership to the faculty and will work collaboratively with administration and academic deans to develop new programs and enhance the overall academic experience of all students. S/he will serve as a liaison with government agencies, accrediting bodies, and other educational institutions on academic issues; guide the recruitment, selection, retention and promotion of superior faculty; and provide institutional leadership and support for the university’s research efforts. The VPAA will maintain academic quality and ensure the availability of adequate academic resources and technology. Due to immigration requirements, preference will be given to Canadian citizens and those who are authorized to work in Canada. US citizens will also be considered for this position.

Date posted

May 8 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 31 2015

 

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Faculty-Leadership & Edu Admin »

School

Andrews University

Description

Andrews University seeks a Faculty for the Leadership Department who will teach graduate level courses related to Educational Administration and Leadership, and to serve on doctoral dissertation committees.

Date posted

May 7 2015

Resumes are due by

Jan 1 2016

 

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Music Teacher »

School

N/A

Description

Teach music to students in grades 1-8, teach private music lessons, plan two music programs a year, help with music in Chapel services and help with other activities sponsored by the school. This is a great opportunity to experience a wonderful culture and see the world while witnessing about Christ through music.

Date posted

Jul 17 2015

Resumes are due by

Aug 31 2015

 

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