King Employment Opportunities

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  • School of Nursing

    Description: King University is accepting applications for part-time/adjunct positions for on-ground and online in the School of Nursing Faculty. Faculty needed for didactic and clinical courses. Teaching responsibilities are dependent upon qualifications and needs of the BSN, RN-BSN, MSN and DNP programs.
    Minimum Qualifications: MSN required; Unencumbered RN licensure in TN/multistate required or eligible; APN licensure and certification required for teaching assignments in NP program.
    Preferred Qualifications: DNP/PhD; Previous teaching experience in higher education; excellent oral and written communication skills; Knowledge of accreditation standards.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Encouraged to Apply
    Campus: Bristol/Kingsport/Online
    Travel: Yes
  • Development

    Description: Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Marketing & Communications (AVPMC) is responsible for leading the development and execution of marketing and communication strategies that inform, inspire, encourage, persuade, and engage target audiences in meaningful and relevant ways to advance the university. The ADC is responsible for the development, production, and distribution of print, digital, and audio content for internal and external communication initiatives across all Univeristy departments. Functional areas of responsibility include: Public Relations, Grant Writing Procurement and Fulfillment, Internal & External Communications, and Digital, Print, TV & Radio Marketing.
    Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor's Degree. • At least five years of experience in marketing, communications, persuasive writing, proposal writing, public relations or related positions. • Ability to collaborate and work effectively with staff, administrators, faculty, and alumni. • Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment and handle multiple projects simultaneously. • Ability to prepare effective budgets and manage budget resources. • Willingness to work evenings and weekends and be an effective manager of time. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills including experience preparing effective written proposals and correspondence for a wide variety of constituents. • Ability to write persuasively. • Ability to interview subjects for stories; listen intentionally, and intuitively. • Self-motivated with the ability to work as a team member, as well as work independently to accomplish goals and reach and exceed established benchmarks. • Highly proficient with Microsoft Office, and social mediums • Working knowledge and experience with media best practices (deadlines, style preference, etc…) • Ability to articulate a personal faith in the Lordship of Jesus Christ and support the mission of King University • Willingness to travel independently on a frequent basis.
    Responsibilities: • Serve as chief writer in executing all Advancement marketing and communication strategies • Work with the AVPMC in the development of marketing and communications plans to raise the visibility and enhance the image of King University to internal and external publics • Work with the AVPMC in managing public relations’ initiatives • Write and distribute news releases • Write case statements for all campaign/fundraising initiatives • Write content for campaign/fundraising marketing and communications materials and digital media platforms • Working with the Associate Vice President for Advancement Services, research and identify grant opportunities for supporting various fundraising priorities • Write persuasive and informative grant proposals • Procuring grants for the university meeting or exceeding stated annual objectives • Maintain library of marketing and communication resources • Manage website related to news, events, and media related information • Ensure adherence to King University Identity Guide • Direct activities of interns and student workers • Other duties as assigned
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol
  • Education

    Description: King University is accepting applications for part-time/adjunct positions for face-to-face, hybrid, and online instructors in the School of Education. Faculty needed for teaching courses at the graduate and undergraduate level and supervising student teachers. Teaching responsibilities are dependent upon qualifications and needs of the Traditional, Adult and Graduate Studies, and Master of Education programs.
    Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Education required; Active state teaching license, and teaching experience in PreK-12 schools.
    Preferred Qualifications: EdD/PhD; Previous teaching experience in higher education; Excellent oral and written communication skills; Knowledge of accreditation standards, Tennessee Literacy Standards, and EDTPA.
    Responsibilities: Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses online or face-to-face in the School of Education for the Knoxville/Hardin Valley campus
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol/Knoxville/Online
  • School of Health and Professional Sciences

    Description: King University is accepting applications for part-time/adjunct faculty to teach courses on the Abingdon, VA campus of the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center and in the online environment for its CSWE-accredited Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program. Courses may include the following topics: • Generalist Practice, • Family and Group Practice, • Community and Organizations Practice, • Introduction to Social Work, • Research and Evaluation, • Human Behavior and the Social Environment, • Writing for Social Workers • Social Welfare Policy • Human Diversity • Field Education Practicum Courses are offered during the summer, fall, and spring semesters.
    Minimum Qualifications: Faculty who teach social work courses must possess a minimum of a Master's degree in Social Work (MSW) from a CSWE-accredited program and at least two-years of post MSW social work practice experience. The PhD in Social Work is preferred. Experience with trauma-informed knowledge and practice is a plus.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Abingdon, VA
  • History

    Description: Adjunct Instructor for Spring 2020 in US History (Online)
    Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must have a masters degree with 18 credit hours in History.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Knoxville
  • School of Applied Science and Technology

    Description: King University is accepting applications for part-time/adjunct faculty to teach Information Technology courses in the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program. Courses range from introductory to advanced level Java programming, networking, and cybersecurity. The ideal candidate will have experience with a broad range of Information Technology topics. Teaching opportunities are available in both online and on campus settings.
    Minimum Qualifications: A PhD in a related field (for example, Computer Science or Information Technology) or a master’s degree with at least 18 hours in the designated discipline is required.
    Preferred Qualifications: PhD in Computer Science or Information Technology, industry relevant certifications, online teaching experience, and IT industry experience
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Preferred
    Campus: Bristol, Knoxville, Morristown, Online
    Travel: Yes
  • Maintenance

    Description: King University is accepting applications for a full-time experienced housekeeper.
    Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma or GED
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Encouraged to Apply
    Campus: Bristol
    Travel: Yes
  • School of Health and Professional Sciences

    Description: King University is accepting qualified applications for a part-time/adjunct Athletic Training instructor to teach “Pathophysiology and Pharmacology in Athletic Training”. This course is an advanced study in the pathophysiology and pharmacology involved in injuries and conditions commonly seen in the area of sports medicine. This will include a detailed macro- and microscopic analysis of underlying pathophysiology in sports-related injuries. This 4-credit class will meet for one hour, three times a week, for the full 15-week semester.
    Minimum Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Athletic Training or a closely related field, nationally Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), and Tennessee State Licensed Athletic Trainer.
    Preferred Qualifications: Doctoral degree in Athletic Training or closely-related field.
    Responsibilities: Teaching and other course related activities.
    Language: Multilingual/Bilingual Candidates Encouraged to Apply
    Campus: Bristol
    Travel: Yes
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