King Employment Opportunities

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  • ATH - Men's Wrestling

    Description: King University is accepting applications for the position of Part-time Assistant Men’s Wrestling Coach. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting the Head Men’s Wrestling Coach with all aspects of the Men’s Wrestling program.
    Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is required. Candidates should possess a thorough knowledge of wrestling, a sophisticated understanding of coaching and training strategies, and a demonstrated ability to enhance student athlete development.
    Preferred Qualifications: Experience as a student athlete at the collegiate level. Demonstrated ability and success in identifying and recruiting student athletes at a private, residential institution.
    Responsibilities: Supervise all activities related to the student athletes; provide professional mentoring to student-athletes; Recruit student/athletes that meet King University Admission guidelines to achieve roster goals and field a competitive team; Provide academic, personal, and professional mentoring to student-athletes; Comply with all NCAA rules and regulations;
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • College of Arts and Sciences

    Description: King University, a Christian liberal arts college founded in the Presbyterian tradition and located in the picturesque foothills of East Tennessee, invites applications to fill the position of Assistant or Associate Professor of Chemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences. This is a full-time, twelve-month position, beginning in Fall 2022. The teaching load is 24 credit hours per year and will primarily involve teaching General, Analytical, and Physical Chemistry.
    Minimum Qualifications: Qualified applicants will possess a PhD in Chemistry or a closely related field with the ability to teach General, Analytical, and Physical Chemistry and an enthusiasm for teaching and an interest in supervising research at an undergraduate level.
    Preferred Qualifications: PhD in Chemistry with a focus in either Analytical or Physical Chemistry and one or more years of full-time teaching experience.
    Responsibilities: A successful candidate will be expected to teach three Chemistry lecture courses and two or three lab sections each semester. Candidate is also expected to advise students, develop curriculum, hold at least five office hours per week, and participate in institutional as well as church/community service.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • School of Health and Professional Sciences

    Description: King University is accepting applications for a full-time faculty member for a leadership appointment to the Bachelor of Science in Sport Management program. The Sport Management major features an interdisciplinary curriculum. A strong core of general business and sport management-specific courses are complemented by related and relevant studies in psychology, ethics, law, communication, and social media. University faculty members work collaboratively to provide high-quality academic experiences for students in a supportive, Christ-centered environment, with an alliance in student advising with the academic team to ensure that students have the assistance, tools, and resources needed to be successful as they move toward their educational and professional goals. This is a full-time, twelve-month position to start in fall 2022.
    Minimum Qualifications: Qualified applicants will possess a master’s degree in Sport Management or related discipline from an accredited institution. A commitment to advising and mentoring students and a dedication to continuing professional development are essential. Furthermore, applicants must submit a profession of Christian faith. Applicants must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, effective oral and written communication skills, competence in the usage of technology, and proficiency in the utility of the APA style (latest edition). The candidate must be well-organized.
    Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate in Sport Management or related discipline from an accredited institution • Experience in teaching and curriculum development at the higher education level • Ability to teach across the curriculum. The preferred candidate will also possess excellent verbal, digital communication, and technological skills, including proficiency with the LMS (Canvas), and familiarity with online communication platforms such as Zoom, Teams, Google apps, etc. The ideal candidate will possess academic and/or professional experiences that will permit collaboration with our Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science program, our Athletic Department, and local/regional sport organizations
    Responsibilities: • Provide leadership, supervision, mentorship, and course instruction • Effectively utilize technology as part of both the teaching and administrative functions of this position • Design courses, as necessary • Serve on academic and program committees • Evaluate student learning • Demonstrate active scholarly interests in issues pertinent to sport management • Have the ability to speak to individuals and groups regarding recruitment efforts and teaching • Report directly to the Dean and Associate Dean of the School of Health and Professional Sciences.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • School of Health and Professional Sciences

    Description: King University is accepting applications for part-time/adjunct faculty to teach coursework in the Bachelor of Science in Sport Management program. Courses include a broad range of Sport Management topics including ethics, marketing, facilities/event management, finance, program organization, and others. The ideal candidate will have experience with a broad range of sport management-related topics. Teaching opportunities are available in the in-person, on-campus setting.
    Minimum Qualifications: A terminal degree in a related field or a master’s degree with at least 18 hours in the designated discipline is required. Some courses may require applicants to possess specialized coursework to be considered. Previous teaching experience in higher education and work experience in the field is preferred. The ideal candidate will be familiar with the Canvas Learning Management System. Applicants must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, effective oral and written communication, and a willingness to serve and engage students in a manner that facilitates student success. The instructor should expect to provide substantial student feedback and offer a quick turnaround on grades
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • School of Education

    Description: King University is accepting applications for part-time faculty positions for Student Teaching Supervisors whose responsibilities are dependent upon qualifications and needs of the undergraduate education minor and the graduate education degree.
    Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree required which must include a minimum of 18 hours in an education or special education field; Unencumbered professional teaching license in TN/multistate; 3 years or more of teaching experience in grades PreK-12; excellent oral and written communication skills.
    Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of the TEAM rubric for teaching assessment in Tennessee in addition to experience with EdTPA assessment of teaching candidates for initial licensure.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol/ Knoxville/Online
    Travel: No
  • Academic Affairs

    Description: King University seeks an experienced, enthusiastic, service-oriented candidate to serve as Director of Learning & Disability Services. King University is a small private liberal arts university located in the heart of the southern Appalachian Mountains, set against a backdrop of stunning mountains and nearby picturesque rivers and lakes.
    Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in education, psychology/counseling, or a related field. Candidates should have exceptional written and verbal communication skills and technological proficiency, to include Microsoft Office.
    Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in a higher education setting, preferably in disability services; knowledge of ADA/Section 504.
    Responsibilities: This position is responsible for coordinating and implementing various programs and services that encourage academic success and excellence. The Director of Learning & Disability Services will work with students seeking disability-related accommodations, their families/supporters, and their healthcare providers to determine eligibility for accommodations and appropriate accommodations; coordinate with faculty and other university staff and offices to ensure access to university programs and services for students with disabilities; serve as a resource and advocate for students with disabilities, while promoting independence and responsibility; and support faculty, staff, and administration in meeting the needs of students with disabilities. The Director of Learning & Disability Services will oversee the operations of the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE), including all assessment activities and initiatives related to the ACE; work with the directors of the Writing, Speaking, and Math Centers to ensure staff and tutor training and quality; and serve as the institutional liaison with King’s contracted online tutorial service. The Director will also assist program coordinators and department chairs in the selection, training, and scheduling of departmental tutors. The Director of Learning & Disability Services will provide learning and metacognition support services to all students through one-on-one consultations as well as by developing and offering workshops and other programming. The Director will also serve as a resource to faculty in the development of learner-centered learning strategies in their courses.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • School of Health and Professional Sciences

    Description: King University is accepting applications for a full-time faculty member to fill the position of Director of Field Education and open-rank professor in the Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program in the School of Health and Professional Sciences. King University faculty members work collaboratively to provide high quality academic experiences for students in a supportive, Christ-centered environment, with an alliance in student advising with the academic team to ensure that students have the assistance, tools, and resources needed to be successful as they move toward their educational and professional goals. This is a full-time, twelve-month, non-tenure track position and reports directly to the BSW Program Coordinator.
    Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must hold a minimum of a MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited college/university and a minimum of 2-years post-MSW degree direct social work practice experience. Preference will be granted to individuals holding an earned doctoral degree, ideally in social work. Applicants should be prepared to focus efforts on developing and maintaining partnerships of field placement agencies regionally, nationally, and internationally. Applicants must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, effective oral and written communication skills, competence in the usage of technology, and proficiency in utility of the APA style (latest edition). A commitment to advising and mentoring students and a dedication to continuing professional development are essential. Furthermore, applicants must submit a profession of Christian faith.
    Preferred Qualifications: Post-secondary teaching, student supervision, and field education experience is preferred. Preference will be granted to individuals holding an earned doctoral degree, ideally in social work. In addition to those aforementioned, the ideal candidate must have • Experience in teaching and curriculum development at the higher education level, • Experience writing/developing a CSWE self-study for accreditation, • Working knowledge of the 2015 EPAS, • Academic administrative experience, • Knowledge and skills in delivery of trauma-informed care, and • Committee service The preferred candidate will also possess excellent verbal, digital communication, and technological skills, including proficiency with the learning management system (Canvas), facility with online communication platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google apps, etc. Candidate must be well-organized.
    Responsibilities: • Provide leadership, supervision, mentorship, field placement, and oversight of the field education component, and BSW and/or MSW course instruction of other necessary courses within the social work program. • Work collaboratively with the MSW Field Education Director in matters related to student success • Mentor students • Design courses, as necessary • Integrate Christian faith with the social work subject matter • Be willing and able to contribute to the writing of the self-study for reaffirmation of accreditation through the CSWE • Be engaged in ongoing and new program option development efforts • Have a working knowledge of the 2015 CSWE EPAS • Teach and evaluate student learning, service-learning, and field requirements congruent with CSWE competencies • Teach online and occasionally in face-to-face formats • Effectively utilize technology as part of both the teaching and administrative functions of this position • Serve on academic and program committees • Engage in and co-sponsor the social work club (Social Work Action Group) and honor society (Phi Alpha/Chi Omega) • Engage on the Social Work Advisory Board • Demonstrate active scholarly interests in issues of diversity, social justice, and trauma-informed care • Have the ability to speak to individuals and groups regarding student recruitment efforts • Assist with updates/maintenance of the social work social media pages, as necessary • Assist with updates/maintenance of the BSW Student Handbook / Field Education Manual, as necessary • Successfully maintain and develop relationships with new and existing field agency partners. • Work closely with the BSW Program Coordinator, the MSW FED, and social work faculty on matters pertaining to field education, accreditation, and general program maintenance • This position may also require the following: o Sitting for long periods of time at computer workstation and frequent standing or walking for long periods o Occasional travel may be required for field placement activities or conference attendance. o Five-weekly office hours (virtual or face-to-face). o Occasionally teach one evening per week for a 5-week modular course. o When teaching respond to student inquires and grade assignments per policy requirements. o Other time commitments as necessary.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • School of Business, Economics, and Technology

    Description: The School of Business, Economics, and Technology (SOBET) seeks a self-motivated team player for the position of Academic Program Support Coordinator. This full-time position is immediately available, reports to the Dean, and supports all the faculty of SOBET. This position has broad responsibilities and assists with administrative duties and daily operations in a busy office atmosphere. Other duties include oversight of two student employees, managing the Dean’s calendar, scheduling course offering and instructors, maintenance of print and electronic file systems, assist in processes related to faculty hiring, and facilitate the planning and execution of certain meetings.
    Minimum Qualifications: Candidates should possess strong critical thinking skills, be well-organized, capable of managing detailed operations with interruptions, have a willingness to participate in a team environment, and use discretion and professionalism in communicating details of university operations outside of the office. The final candidate should have a high proficiency in each of the following: organizational skills, communication skills, people skills, and Microsoft Office.
    Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor degree and experience managing an office.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • School of Health and Professional Sciences

    Description: King University is accepting applications for two full-time faculty appointments for an appointment to the new Master of Social Work (MSW) program. The primary appointment will be in the fully online MSW program with the possibility of teaching in the BSW program. King University faculty members work collaboratively to provide high quality academic experiences for students in a supportive, Christ-centered environment, with an alliance in student advising with the academic team to ensure that students have the assistance, tools, and resources needed to be successful as they move toward their educational and professional goals. This is a full-time, twelve-month position to start no later than fall 2022 with the possibility to start sometime in Spring or Summer 2022. Telecommuting is an option with this position.
    Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must hold a minimum of a MSW from a CSWE-accredited college/university and a minimum of 2-years of direct practice experience post–MSW degree. The PhD in Social Work is preferred. Experience with and practice in trauma-informed care is a plus. A commitment to advising and mentoring students and a dedication to continuing professional development are essential. Furthermore, applicants must submit a profession of Christian faith. Applicants must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, effective oral and written communication skills, competence in the usage of technology and proficiency in utility of the APA style (latest edition).
    Preferred Qualifications: • Experience in teaching and curriculum development at the higher education level, • Knowledge of the 2015 EPAS, and • Ability to teach across the curriculum. The preferred candidate will also possess excellent verbal, digital communication, and technological skills, including proficiency with the LMS (Canvas), facility with online communication platforms such as Zoom, Teams, Google apps, etc. Candidate must be well-organized.
    Responsibilities: • Provide leadership, supervision, mentorship, and MSW/BSW course instruction • Be able to collaborate in the writing of the self-study for accreditation through the CSWE • Be engaged in ongoing and new program development efforts • Be familiar with the 2015 CSWE EPAS • Teach in online format • Effectively utilize technology as part of both the teaching and administrative functions of this position • Design courses, as necessary • Serve on academic and program committees • Evaluate student learning and field requirements congruent with Social Work competencies • Demonstrate active scholarly interests in issues pertinent to social work • Have the ability to speak to individuals and groups regarding recruitment efforts and teaching • Engage with student social work organizations (e.g., Social Work Club and Chi Omega honor society) • Engage in the Social Work Advisory Board • Assist with updates and maintenance of the Social Work social media pages, as necessary • Assist with updates and maintenance of the MSW/BSW Student Handbook / Field Education Manual, as necessary • Work closely with the MSW/BSW Program Coordinators, Field Education Directors, and Social Work faculty on matters pertaining to field education, accreditation, and general program maintenance • Report directly to the MSW Program Coordinator and the Dean of the School of Health and Professional Sciences.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
  • Education

    Description: King University is accepting applications for part-time/adjunct positions for on-ground and online courses in the School of Education for education, ESL courses, and special education courses. Teaching responsibilities are dependent upon qualifications and needs of the undergraduate education minor and the graduate education degree.
    Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree required which must include a minimum of 18 hours in an education or special education field; Unencumbered professional teaching license in TN/multistate; 3 years or more of teaching experience in grades PreK-12; excellent oral and written communication skills.
    Preferred Qualifications: PhD or EdD, Previous teaching experience in higher education; Knowledge of accreditation standards and Tennessee teaching licensure requirements. Knowledge of the TEAM rubric for teaching assessment in Tennessee in addition to experience with EdTPA assessment of teaching candidates for initial licensure.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
    Travel: No
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