Holy Names University invites applications for a full-time, tenure track faculty position in the Division of Math & Science to begin Fall Semester 2018. Teaching responsibilities for this position include college level and developmental math, including Probability and Statistics (Math 60), Calculus I and II, (Math 11 and 12), Mathematical Reasoning (Math 7), Pre-calculus (Math 1) and Algebra 1 and 2 (Math A and C). As a member of the Holy Names University faculty, the successful candidate is expected to teach assigned courses in accordance with relevant academic policies; to participate in faculty governance and outreach; to serve on Departmental and University-wide committees; and to engage in scholarship resulting in the production, reorganization, refinement, dissemination or creation of works that advance knowledge in one's field. Administrative tasks such as curriculum development and program assessment may also be assigned.
Ph.D. in Mathematics, Mathematics Education or a related field, by time of appointment; Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching Math and Developmental Math. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated aptitude and passion for teaching developmental courses and engaging a diverse population with student-centered, inquiry-based curricula and other innovative pedagogy.
Holy Names University, a Catholic liberal arts coeducational University, emphasizes excellent teaching within small class settings to a diverse student body. Located on 60 wooded acres in the Oakland hills overlooking San Francisco Bay, the site provides ready access to the cultural, business, and educational resources of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Review of applicants will begin February 15th, however, applications will be considered until the position is filled. To apply, submit an application letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, official transcripts of all academic work, and 3 letters of reference with the Holy Names University faculty application to email@example.com. Please note that at least one reference letter must come from a faculty member who has observed and is very familiar with the candidate's teaching.