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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Assistant Professor/Instructor of Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary Methods

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

The School of Education encourages faculty to demonstrate a high level of instructional expertise, engage in scholarly activities and research, and provide service to the university and surrounding communities. The position entails teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses, supervision of field experiences, and student advisement. A normal teaching load is 12 credit hours per semester for assistant professor and 15 for instructor.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Qualifications for the position include an earned doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction/Elementary Education or a closely related field; will consider ABD or M.Ed.; and a minimum of three years teaching experience in diverse PK-12 setting. The ideal candidate qualifications would include:

 

APPLICATIONS

Screening begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interested candidates should submit the following documents: (1) a cover letter describing how their educational background and professional experiences meet the required and preferred qualifications for the position, addressing each qualification in bullet format (2) a current curriculum vitae, (3) unofficial transcripts, and (4) complete contact information for three professional references. An official or certified copy of transcripts and proof of certification will be required prior to any interview as a finalist for this position. Send application materials to:

 

LaQuita Danna
danna@ulm.edu
Human Resources, Coenen Hall 112A
University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209
Telephone: 318.342.5137

 

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.




POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
:
Assistant or Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems (5991)

The College of Business and Social Sciences seeks a qualified individual to fill a position as an Assistant or Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems. This is a full-time tenure-track position beginning with the Fall Semester of 2017.  The campus is located in a culturally rich metro area with a population of 150,000. The area is home to CenturyLink, the third largest telecommunications company in the United States, and a regional IBM development center. ULM’s business programs are AACSB accredited at the undergraduate, accounting, and MBA levels, and is a leading business educator in the region.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The College of Business and Social Sciences promotes a balance between teaching and intellectual contributions, combined with professional service to the university, discipline, and community. The normal teaching load will be 9 undergraduate credit hours per semester, and normally include computer information systems classes in management information systems, application development, project management, database development, telecommunications, and/or information security.  Opportunities also exist to teach graduate and summer classes.    

QUALIFICATIONS:
A doctoral degree in computer information systems or related field is required, although ABD candidates in late stages of dissertation will be considered.  Rank will be determined based upon educational background, scholarly productivity and academic experience.

The ideal candidate will also have: (1) Excellent teaching skills; (2) Evidence of the ability to perform quality applied, basic, or instructional research in the information systems field; (3) An established or planned research agenda; (4) Good interpersonal skills; (5) Effective written and oral communication skills and (6) The ability to function collegially as a member of the faculty. 

APPLICATIONS:
Interested candidates should send a letter of application, a current vita, and contact information for three references (electronic submission acceptable) to:

Attn: Laquita Danna

Human Resources

The University of Louisiana at Monroe

700 University Avenue
Monroe, Louisiana 71209
Phone: 318.342.5140

Email: danna@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


  

POSITION:  Visiting Instructor of Music, Piano Studio(5983)

DATE OF ANTICIPATED VACANCY: 
January, 2017

QUALIFICATIONS: 
M.M. minimum, completed doctorate or ABD preferred.  The successful candidate will be an exceptional artist and pedagogue on piano with demonstrated excellence in teaching and a successful record of professional performance experience.  Experience in jazz performance and improvisation is desired. 


RANK AND SALARY:
 
Appointment at Instructor level, $35,000 annually.

RESPONSIBILITIES:   
This is a mid-year appointment with the possibility of renewalThe successful candidate will:  Teach piano class for majors and non-majors;  teach applied piano to music majors and minors; perform on piano in  faculty recitals as well as solo performances on campus and in the community;  participate in student juries, recital hearings, recital committees, and auditions for incoming piano music majors.  Recruiting for the piano studio and Music Program is essential.  Additional duties may include accompanying, aural skills, music appreciation, jazz improvisation, and coaching chamber ensembles.  The final assignment of duties will be based on the needs of the department and qualifications of the candidate. 

MUSIC PROGRAM:  The Music Program is housed within the School of Visual and Performing Arts in the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences.  The Program holds NASM accreditation, and offers the B.M. degree in six concentrations.  ULM offers a Masters of Education with a concentration in Music. The Program occupies Biedenharn Hall, a spacious, well-equipped facility that was completely renovated in 2004 and features a 280-seat recital hall equipped with two nine-foot Fazioli concert grand pianos. 

THE UNIVERSITY: The University of Louisiana at Monroe, a state-supported institution with approximately 9,000 students, is situated on a 238-acre tree-shaded campus along the banks of Bayou DeSiard.  ULM is a Carnegie R3 doctoral-granting institution of higher education and was recognized by U.S. News & World Report in its 2017 “Best National Universities” rankings. The University combines the beauty of the bayou and a tree-shaded campus with modern, well-equipped academic and athletic facilities and residence halls.  ULM presents a varied schedule of music, art, dance and theatre events throughout the year.  The cultural, academic, recreational, and social opportunities make ULM an excellent place to work. 

THE COMMUNITY: The Monroe-West Monroe metropolitan area, with a population of approximately 100,000, is located in northeast Louisiana halfway between Shreveport and Vicksburg, MS, and is readily accessible by air and major highways.  Mostly moderate temperatures and low personal and state income taxes contribute to a comparatively low cost of living.  Housing is also quite reasonable, with many nice subdivisions located within a fifteen minute commute to the University.  The area’s medical, shopping, outdoor recreational and cultural opportunities, including The Monroe Symphony and Symphony Chorus, Strauss Community Theatre, Biedenharn Museum, and Masur Museum offer activities year-round.

Currently efforts are being made to revitalize the Monroe Downtown area with several art galleries located in Art Alley and surrounding locations. The Downtown River Market operates in the Fall and Spring on the Ouachita River.  Nonprofit organizations such as Downtown Monroe and the Downtown Arts Alliance sponsor events such as ArtFest, and bi-monthly gallery crawls on the first Thursday of the month.

The Ouachita River, Bayou DeSiard, and many nearby lakes offer opportunities for fishing, boating, skiing, swimming, and a variety of outdoor activities. 

APPLICATION:
The Applicant should send a letter of application, curriculum vita, copies of transcripts (unofficial are acceptable at this time), and the names and contact information for a minimum of three current references.  Additional materials requested include recordings of solo and chamber work, representative programs, and a list of publications.  Electronic text documents should be presented as Word documents or PDF and labeled as: lastname,firstname-application.doc, etc.  Subject line of e-mail: lastname,firstname-application.

Review of applications will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. An on-campus recital and teaching demonstration will be arranged for selected candidates.


Employment is contingent on university budgetary approval.  Submit a letter of application and other materials to:

N.B. By applying for this position, you are giving express consent for members of the Screening Committee to contact anyone they believe would be helpful to them in evaluating your capabilities.

DEADLINE:  Consideration of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

 Send materials to:

LaQuita Danna, Human Resource Analyst C
 700 University Ave.
 Monroe, LA  71209-0380
 danna@ulm.edu

The University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  This position is contingent upon funding.

 


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Assistant Professor in Biology (5861)

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Biology Program in the School of Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Monroe invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position starting fall 2017. The successful applicant must have a Ph.D., a commitment to teaching excellence, and demonstrated potential for development of an externally funded program that will involve undergraduate and M.S. students in evolutionary biology research with a molecular or population focus.

Teaching responsibilities will include introductory biology, evolutionary biology, ecology, and genetics. Other courses in the area of expertise could be offered for undergraduate upperclassmen and graduate students in Biology.

Specific areas of research interest may include (but are not limited to) evolutionary developmental biology, molecular evolution, population genetics, evolutionary genomics, or other areas that integrate computational and quantitative methods in the study of evolution. 

QUALIFICATIONS
The successful applicant must have a Ph.D., a commitment to teaching excellence, and potential for developing an externally funded research program that involves undergraduate and M.S. students. Teaching and postdoctoral experience are preferred.

APPLICATIONS

To apply, submit a cover letter, updated curriculum vitae, a statement describing teaching philosophy, a statement regarding research interests, a brief list of research equipment/space needs, relevant academic transcripts, and the names/contact information for three references. The applicant may, at their option, include up to two electronic reprints of published work.

Application materials should be submitted electronically to:

Ms. LaQuita Danna, Human Resources C

Email: danna@ulm.edu 

Electronic submissions only. All files should be in PDF format and each requested item above should be represented in a distinct, separate file. Attach all files to a single email if possible.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

For questions regarding the position please contact

Dr. Matthew Talbert, Search Committee Chair

318-342-1798

E-mail:  talbert@ulm.edu


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:

Associate Professor/Professor and Endowed Chair in Agriculture(5800) 

Job Summary

As a senior faculty member and eminent scholar in precision agriculture, this person provides excellence in teaching to students; leads extramurally-funded applied research involving students, other faculty, and colleagues; and promotes strong ties to the agriculture community, especially in northern Louisiana.

Duties and Responsibilities

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

Working conditions

Primarily office and classroom work but with some potential for work outdoors

Physical requirements

Ability to perform office and classroom work, but may need ability to perform light farm work

Direct reports

None

APPLICATIONS:

Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed. Interested candidates should send a letter of application and current vita to:

LaQuita Danna
Human Resource Analyst C
University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University
Monroe, LA.  71209
danna@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

 


  

Position Announcement

Visiting Instructor of Art(5936)

DESCRIPTION:

This is a visiting instructor appointment beginning with the 2017 Spring semester.  This position is non-tenure track.  Position is renewable for subsequent semesters.

STARTING DATE:  January 2017

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

DUTIES:   Teach undergraduate art history and studio classes for B.F.A. majors.  Teach Art Appreciation courses as part of University Core Curriculum.  Recruiting for the Art Program is a large part of this position.  Other duties based on candidate’s background and abilities.

SALARY:  $35,000 for nine-month appointment.

ART PROGRAM:  Within the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences and housed in the School of Visual and Performing Arts, the Art Program offers the Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in five concentrations.  In cooperation with the School of Education, ULM offers the Master of Education degree with a concentration in music.  The Art Program enjoys extensive participation by non-art majors in lower level art courses.  The Program currently has 4 full-time and 4 part-time faculty. 

THE UNIVERSITY:  The University of Louisiana at Monroe, a state-supported institution with over 8,000 students, is situated on a 208-acre campus along the banks of Bayou Desiard.  The University combines the beauty of the bayou and a tree-shaded campus with modern, well-equipped academic and athletic facilities and residence halls.  ULM presents a varied schedule of music, art, dance and theater events.  The cultural, academic, recreational, and social opportunities make ULM an excellent place to work.

THE COMMUNITY: The Monroe-West Monroe metropolitan area, with a population of approximately 100,000 is located in northeast Louisiana about halfway between Memphis and New Orleans and Shreveport and Vicksburg and is readily accessible by air and major highways.  Usually moderate temperatures and low personal and state income taxes contribute to a comparatively lower cost of living.  Commuting time from the more popular subdivisions to the University is about ten to twenty minutes.  The area’s medical, shopping, outdoor recreational and cultural opportunities (including the Monroe Symphony Orchestra, Twin-City Ballet, Monroe Symphony Chorus, Strauss Little Theater, and Masur Museum of Art make the community an attractive area in which to live and work.

 APPLICATION MATERIALS REQUIRED:

              DO NOT SEND UNTIL REQUESTED:

 N.B. By applying for this position, you are giving express consent for members of the Screening Committee to contact anyone they believe would be helpful to them in evaluating your capabilities.

 CONTACT:

 LaQuita Danna,Human Resource Analyst C
 700 University Ave.
 Monroe, LA  71209-0380
 danna@ulm.edu

DEADLINE:  Consideration of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  

 The University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  This position is contingent upon funding. 

 


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Assistant Professors of Mathematics (2 positions)(5485 & 5965)

DEPARTMENT

School of Sciences

 The Mathematics Program within the School of Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions in Mathematics, to begin in August 2017. We offer a bachelor’s degree in mathematics with concentrations in mathematics, mathematics education and actuarial science.  

 DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Preference will be given to candidates who have significant coursework in any of the following areas: cryptology/number theory, actuarial science/financial mathematics, mathematical biology, mathematical modelling, and algebra. Candidates will be expected to teach courses in their areas of specialty along with a wide variety of undergraduate mathematics courses at all levels. Candidates must be passionate about teaching undergraduates, pursuing scholarly endeavors, engaging undergraduates in research, and actively participating in recruitment for the mathematics degree program.

 QUALIFICATIONS

Candidates must have a doctoral degree in mathematics. ABD candidates in the late dissertation stage will also be considered. Qualifications include having:

 

TO APPLY:

Candidates should send an application letter highlighting their qualifications for the position, curriculum vitae, separate teaching and research statements (both limited to one page), and the names and contact information of three professional references.  Application materials should be submitted electronically in a single merged PDF document to Ms. LaQuita Danna (danna@ulm.edu).  Preliminary interviews will begin in January 2017. and will be conducted either by Skype or at the AMS?MAA joint meetings in Atlanta.  Please indicate if you will be attending the AMS/MAA meeting, so we may plan accordingly.

SALARY
Commensurate with experience

CLOSING DATE
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  

Requests for information should be directed to:      

Dr. Faisal Kaleem

Search Committee Chair

318-342-1924

kaleem@ulm.edu  

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.  This position is contingent upon funding. 

 


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Assistant Professor of Gerontology (5956)

DEPARTMENT

The Gerontology Program, in the College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Health Professions, at the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM), is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure-track appointment as an Assistant Professor in Gerontology to begin Spring Semester, January 2017. The Gerontology program offers the M.A. in Program Administration and Aging Studies, a Post Baccalaureate Certificate, and a minor in gerontology.  Located on beautiful Bayou Desiard, the ULM Institute of Gerontology has been in existence for over 40 years.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidate will be a highly motivated, collaborative, and creative gerontologist who possesses the skills necessary for our growing online M.A. and Post-Baccalaureate Certificate programs.  The qualified candidate will teach courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  The successful candidate is expected to maintain an active program of research, which includes the pursuit of external funding for research and/or service.


QUALIFICATIONS

Due to the multidisciplinary nature of the program, candidates with diverse backgrounds in gerontology, psychology, sociology, public health administration, or other health-related fields, with an emphasis in gerontology, are encouraged to apply.  A doctorate in gerontology or a related profession with an emphasis on gerontology is required.  Competence in web-based instruction is an asset.  Desirable candidates will have experience in grantsmanship and possess a research agenda focusing on older adults and health.

 

APPLICATIONS
A review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The School of Health Professions seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool. Candidates should submit the following documents: (1) a cover letter describing how their educational background and professional experience meet the qualifications for the position, (2) a statement regarding philosophy of teaching, (3) samples of recent publications, (4) a current curriculum vitae, (5) an unofficial or official transcript, and (6) contact information for at least three professional references. References should have current knowledge of candidates’ professional work.

 All communications and materials should be directed to:

 LaQuita Danna, Human Resource Analyst C

University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, Louisiana 71209-0338

(318) 342-5140

danna@ulm.edu

 The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


  

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Assistant/Associate Professor in Marriage & Family Therapy (5955)

RESPONSIBILITIES

The University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) School of Health Professions in the College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences invites applications for a nine month tenure-track position in the Marriage & Family Therapy and Counseling Studies Program at the Assistant/Associate Professor level beginning as early as January 2017 or when filled. The successful candidate will teach classes in Marriage and Family Therapy, provide clinical supervision of practicum and internships, and maintain an active program of research, which includes the pursuit of external funding for research and/or service. The successful candidate will be expected to serve as a member and/or chair of theses and dissertations, perform student academic and career advisement, and to be actively engaged in departmental, college, university, and professional service.

QUALIFICATIONS

Required Qualifications for Assistant/Associate Professor:

Candidates should have a Ph.D. or equivalent in Marriage and Family Therapy. The ideal candidate’s qualifications will include:

        Preferred Qualifications for Assistant/Associate Professor:

APPLICATIONS

The School of Health Professions seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool. A review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates should submit the following documents: (1) a cover letter describing how their educational background and professional experience meet the qualifications for the position, (2) a statement regarding their clinical orientation, and philosophy of teaching and supervision, (3) samples of recent publications, (4) a current curriculum vitae, (5) an unofficial or official transcript, and (6) contact information for at least three professional references. References should have current knowledge of candidates’ professional work. An official or certified copy of transcripts, proof of degree, license(s), and/or supervision status will be required prior to any interview as a finalist for this position.


All communications and materials should be directed to:

LaQuita Danna
Human Resource Analyst C
University of Louisiana – Monroe
700 University Ave.
Monroe, LA  71209

Telephone:  (318) 342-5140

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


 

Position Announcement
Civil Engineer in Resident - Construction Management (5958)

Job Summary
The University of Louisiana at Monroe invites applications and nominations for a 9 month, non-tenure-track position as a Civil Engineer in Residence in the School of Construction Management and the College of Business and Social Sciences.

Responsibilities

Primary responsibilities are to teach undergraduate students in the following areas: Materials and Testing, Soils & Testing, Associate Constructor Examination Preparation, and Digital Job Site Document Control as known as Field Engineering. Further teaching responsibilities may be in Structures and Formwork Design. The successful candidate will also have professional responsibilities in the areas of student advising and maintaining regular posted office hours; curriculum development; student outcome assessment; accreditation along with participation in faculty meetings, College and University committees, including service to the construction industry.

Minimum Qualifications

The requirements for this position include: 

Preferred Qualifications

In addition to the required qualifications, additional consideration will be given to applicants who demonstrate evidence of the following:

University of Louisiana at Monroe – Assistant Professor – Construction Management (Civil)

Applications

Interested candidates should submit a letter of application addressed to:

Dr. Ed Brayton, Ph.D., CPC, CPE
Director, School of Construction Management
Contractor's Education Trust Fund Endowed Chair
College of Business and Social Sciences
University of Louisiana at Monroe
Position:  Civil Engineer in Resident

In addition, candidates shall submit a current vita focusing on the most recent 10 years of construction experience by October 15, 2016.

Furthermore, after October 15, 2016 applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Electronic Submissions are submitted to:

danna@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Instructor, Communication Program (5898)

The Communication Program in the School of Humanities at ULM invites applications for an instructor position beginning January 2017. This is a non-tenure track, renewable position. The Communication Program offers a Bachelor of Arts degree with concentrations in Communication Advocacy, Digital Media, Journalism, and Public Relations. For more information about the university and the program go to www.ulm.edu.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is a nine-month position that combines a five-course per semester teaching load and service to the Program, School, and University. Summer teaching may be available.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

APPLICATIONS:
Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness, unofficial transcripts, and names and contact information for three references. The University reserves the right to contact additional references with notice given to candidates at appropriate times during the process. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested individuals should email required materials as attachments to:

Dr. Mara Loeb, Search Committee Chair
Department of Communication
University of Louisiana, Monroe
Monroe, LA  71209
Email: loeb@ulm.edu

Please include “Application Materials for Instructor Position” in subject line.

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. 


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice- Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory (5932)

DEPARTMENT:
Clinical Sciences, School of Pharmacy

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position of faculty in the Clinical Sciences Department has a multitude of responsibilities that center primarily around teaching, service and research. The Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory faculty member is primarily responsible for the implementation, continuation, and monitoring of a six-semester Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory focusing on the application of administrative, basic, clinical and pharmaceutical science concepts in patient care through simulated pharmacy practice situations. The Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory is the primary section of the curriculum for reinforcing and expanding concepts taught in didactic courses through small group discussion, problem based learning and hands on application. 

  1. Administrative (5%)
    1. Assist the Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory Manager in oversight and management of computer systems, other equipment, laboratory inventory and supplies in the pharmaceutical care laboratory to ensure appropriate operations of the laboratory.
    2. Assist the Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory Manager with the implementation and evaluation of the pharmacy practice experience in the pharmaceutical care laboratory.
    3. When requested, assist the Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory Manager in the coordination of faculty, residents and graduate students participating in the Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory Experience.
    4. Coordination of either the Community or Institutional Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience.
  2. Teaching (70%)
    1. Serve as the coordinator or instructor of record of individual courses in the pharmacy Skills Laboratory sequence as needed.
    2. Assist other faculty in the School in the development of contemporary and meaningful hands on learning exercises or practice exercises designed to reinforce the didactic curriculum, apply administrative, basic, clinical and pharmaceutical sciences to the provision of patient care, and prepare students to practice as an entry-level practitioner in a variety of fields of pharmacy.
    3. Assist other members of the Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory team in the implementation, evaluation and refinement of the above exercises in the Pharmaceutical Care laboratory
    4. Serve as a small group or class facilitator or laboratory instructor during the Pharmaceutical Care Laboratory.
  3. Service (15%)
    1. Participate in local, state and national professional organizations.
    2. Participate or chair School or University committees when assigned.
    3. Provide appropriate professional community service
  4. Scholarship (10%)
    1. Although scholarship is not a major component of this position, all faculty are required to demonstrate adequate activity in scholarship on an ongoing basis.  The faculty member is encouraged to collaborate with other faculty or to work independently to establish a program of scholarship in a defined area such as innovative teaching techniques in a pharmacy skills laboratory setting

Promotion:
Promotion from Assistant to Associate and /or Associate to Professor will occur according to the guidelines set-forth in the Department and University’s guidelines.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates should have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited college/school of pharmacy (or equivalent). Residency training or those with equivalent experience in the area of practice will also be considered. Eligibility for Louisiana state pharmacy licensure is required. Candidates should exhibit effective verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, and dedication to student-centered education and lifelong learning. 

APPLICATIONS:
Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed. Interested individuals should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, three (3) letters of recommendation (along with names, telephone numbers, and email addresses of the references) to the following. Electronic submissions of all materials are encouraged.

Jessica H. Brady, PharmD, BCPS
Clinical Associate Professor, Dept. of Clinical Sciences
Clinical Faculty Search Committee Chair
ULM School of Pharmacy
1800 Bienville Drive
Monroe, LA 71201

Phone:  (318) 342-1697

E-mail:  brady@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Assistant Professor in Marriage & Family Therapy (5904)

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) School of Health Professions in the College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences invites applications for a nine month tenure-track position in the Marriage & Family Therapy and Counseling Studies Program at the Assistant Professor level beginning January 2017 or when filled. The successful candidate will teach classes in Marriage and Family Therapy, provide clinical supervision of practicum and internships, and maintain an active program of research, which includes the pursuit of external funding for research and/or service. The successful candidate will be expected to serve as a member and/or chair of theses and dissertations, perform student academic and career advisement, and to be actively engaged in departmental, college, university, and professional service.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Required Qualifications for Assistant Professor:

Candidates should have a Ph.D. or equivalent in Marriage and Family Therapy. The ideal candidate’s qualifications will include:

        Preferred Qualifications for Assistant Professor:

APPLICATIONS:
The School of Health Professions seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool. A review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates should submit the following documents: (1) a cover letter describing how their educational background and professional experience meet the qualifications for the position, (2) a statement regarding their clinical orientation, and philosophy of teaching and supervision, (3) samples of recent publications, (4) a current curriculum vitae, (5) an unofficial or official transcript, and (6) contact information for at least three professional references. References should have current knowledge of candidates’ professional work. An official or certified copy of transcripts, proof of degree, license(s), and/or supervision status will be required prior to any interview as a finalist for this position.

All communications and materials should be directed to:

Dr. Jason Austin, Chair, Search Committee for MAFT
Marriage & Family Therapy and Counseling Studies Program
University of Louisiana – Monroe
700 University Ave.
Monroe, LA  71209

jaustin@ulm.edu

Telephone:  (318) 342-1281

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology (5905)

PROGRAM:
Kinesiology

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) Department of Kinesiology invites applications for a nine month tenure-track position for an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology beginning Spring 2017 The successful candidate will develop and maintain a program of research, including the pursuit of external funding. In addition, the candidate will be expected to be involved in course delivery in face-to-face, hybrid, and online environments in the exercise sciences at the undergraduate and graduate levels.  The candidate will serve as a member of the CAAHEP accreditation team, perform student advisement, and to be engaged in departmental, college, university, and professional service.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates must have a Ph.D. or equivalent in Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology or in a related field such as Kinesiology or Exercise Science. ABD candidates will be considered. The ideal candidate’s qualifications will include:

Preferred Qualifications:

CLOSING DATE:
The Kinesiology Program at ULM seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool. A review of applications will begin immediately. The search will close when a candidate is selected for the position

APPLICATIONS:
Candidates should submit the following documents: (1) a cover letter describing their educational background, professional experience, and their philosophy of teaching and supervision, (2) a current curriculum vitae, (3) an unofficial or official transcript, and (4) contact information for at least three professional references, including telephone and email information. Electronic submission by email accepted. References should have current knowledge of candidates’ professional work. An initial unofficial copy of transcripts may be required prior to any interview as a finalist for this position. All communications and materials should be directed to:

Dr. Tommie Church, Chair of the Search Committee
University of Louisiana Monroe
700 University Ave.
Monroe, LA 71209

Telephone: 318.342.1321
church@ulm.edu  

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


 

POSITION: 
Assistant Professor of Low Brass, trombone performance emphasis (5883)

DATE OF ANTICIPATED VACANCY: 
August, 2016

QUALIFICATIONS
M.M. minimum, completed doctorate preferred.  The successful candidate will be an exceptional artist and pedagogue on trombone with demonstrated excellence in low brass teaching and a successful record of professional performance experience.  Experience in jazz performance and improvisation is desired.

RANK AND SALARY
Dependent upon qualifications.

RESPONSIBILITIES
This is a nine month tenure-track positionThe successful candidate will:  Teach applied trombone, euphonium and tuba to undergraduate music majors and minor students;  Perform on trombone in the faculty brass trio as well as solo performances on campus and in the community;  participate in student juries, recital hearings, recital committees, and auditions for incoming low brass music majors.  Recruiting for the low brass studio and Music Program is essential.  Additional duties may include teaching brass methods, aural skills, and coaching chamber ensembles.  The final assignment of duties will be based on the needs of the department and qualifications of the candidate. 

MUSIC PROGRAM:  The Music Program is housed within the School of Visual and Performing Arts in the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences.  The Program holds NASM accreditation, and offers the B.M. degree in six concentrations.  ULM offers a Masters of Education degree with a concentration in Music. The Program occupies Biedenharn Hall, a spacious, well-equipped facility that was completely renovated in 2004.  It features a 280-seat recital hall equipped with two nine-foot Fazioli concert grand pianos.  ULM is in the initial stages of fundraising for renovation of Brown Theater, the largest concert venue on campus. 

THE UNIVERSITY: The University of Louisiana at Monroe, a state-supported institution with approximately 9,000 students, is situated on a 238-acre tree-shaded campus along the banks of Bayou DeSiard.  ULM is an SREB Four-Year institution and a Carnegie Master’s College and University I. The University combines the beauty of the bayou and a tree-shaded campus with modern, well-equipped academic and athletic facilities and residence halls.  ULM presents a varied schedule of music, art, dance, and theatre events throughout the year.  The cultural, academic, recreational, and social opportunities make ULM an excellent place to work. 

THE COMMUNITY: The Monroe-West Monroe metropolitan area, with a population of approximately 100,000, is located in northeast Louisiana halfway between Shreveport and Vicksburg, MS, and is readily accessible by air and major highways.  Mostly moderate temperatures and low personal and state income taxes contribute to a comparatively low cost of living.  Housing is also quite reasonable, with many nice subdivisions located within a fifteen minute commute to the University.  The area’s medical, shopping, outdoor recreational and cultural opportunities, including The Monroe Symphony and Symphony Chorus, Strauss Community Theatre, Biedenharn Museum and Masur Museum, offer activities year-round.

Currently efforts are being made to revitalize the Monroe Downtown area with several art galleries located in Art Alley and surrounding locations. The Downtown River Market operates in the Fall and Spring on the Ouachita River.  Nonprofit organizations such as Downtown Monroe and the Downtown Arts Alliance sponsor events such as ArtFest and bi-monthly gallery crawls on the first Thursday of the month.

The Ouachita River, Bayou DeSiard, and many nearby lakes offer opportunities for fishing, boating, skiing, swimming, and a variety of outdoor activities. 

APPLICATION:
The Applicant should send a letter of application, curriculum vita, copies of transcripts (unofficial are acceptable at this time), and the names and contact information for a minimum of three current references.  Additional materials requested include recordings of solo and chamber work, representative programs, and a list of publications.  Electronic text documents should be presented as Word documents or PDF and labeled as: lastname,firstname-application.doc, etc.  Subject line of e-mail: lastname,firstname-application.

Review of applications will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. An on-campus recital and teaching demonstration will be arranged for selected candidates.

Employment is contingent on university budgetary approval.  Submit a letter of application and other materials to:

Dr. Derle R Long, Director
School of Visual and Performing Arts
The University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209
rinehart@ulm.edu

N.B. By applying for this position, you are giving express consent for members of the Screening Committee to contact anyone they believe would be helpful to them in evaluating your capabilities.

DEADLINE:  Consideration of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

E-mail: long@ulm.edu                            Web Page:  ulm.edu/vapa

The University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
General Reference Librarian (5844)
One-year appointment. 

SALARY:
$35,000/year 

DEPARTMENT:
University Library 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
User instruction, both upon faculty request as well as programs created at the instigation of the library faculty. Assistance with traditional (print) and electronic resources such as the online catalog and web-based sources. Collection development (subject responsibilities will be assigned based upon academic background or interests and institutional needs). Promoting library use skills to all groups of the University community. Work some evenings and weekends. 

Qualifications/Requirements:

APPLICATIONS:
Review will begin immediately. Interested candidates should send a letter of application, a current vita, and contact information for three references no later than July 29, 2016 (electronic submission acceptable) to: 

Interim Dean Cynthia Robertson
University Library
The University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA  71209
E-mail: crobertson@ulm.edu
Phone
: 318-342-1050

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:

Assistant Professor of English (5819)
Tenure Track
Position begins 1/09/2017
Salary Commensurate with experience

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The English Program offers the BA and MA in English and supports the BS in English Education.  This nine-month, tenure track position has a teaching load of 12 credit hours per semester that includes freshman composition and sophomore survey courses, occasional participation in an interdisciplinary core course, and courses in advance literature, drawing from the candidate's specialty areas.  The candidate will also participate in research, advising, serving on graduate committees and service to the department, college, university and community.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Ph.D in Long 18th Century Literature

Preferred qualifications:

APPLICATIONS:

Applications will be accepted immediately and applicants notified upon receipt of materials.  Reviews will continue until the position is filled.  Interested candidates should mail or email a letter of application, a current vita, and three letters of recommendation (including contact information of the references) to:

Jack Heflin, Search Committee Chair
English Program
School of Humanities
College of Arts, Education, and Sciences
University of Louisiana Monroe

Telephone:  318-342-1521
Fax:  318-342-1491

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: 
Assistant Professor of Music, Trumpet Studio (5827)

DATE OF ANTICIPATED VACANCY: 
August, 2016

RESPONSIBILITIES:   
The successful candidate will:  Teach applied trumpet to undergraduate music major and minor students;  perform on trumpet in the faculty brass trio as well as solo performances on campus and in the community;  participate in student juries, recital hearings, recital committees, and auditions for incoming trumpet music majors.  Recruiting for the trumpet studio and music program is essential.  Additional duties may include athletic and concert bands, teaching brass methods, aural skills, music appreciation, jazz improvisation, and coaching chamber ensembles.  The final assignment of duties will be based on the needs of the department and qualifications of the candidate. 

QUALIFICATIONS: 
M.M. minimum, completed doctorate or ABD preferred.  The successful candidate will be an exceptional artist and pedagogue on trumpet with demonstrated excellence in teaching and a successful record of professional performance experience.  Experience in jazz performance and improvisation is desired. 

RANK AND SALARY: 
Rank of Assistant Professor, tenure-track, salary negotiable, subject to budgetary approval.

MUSIC PROGRAM: 
The Music Program is housed within the School of Visual and Performing Arts in the College of Arts, Education, and Sciences.  The Program holds NASM accreditation, and offers the B.M. degree in six concentrations.  ULM offers a Masters of Education degree with a concentration in Music. The Program occupies Biedenharn Hall, a spacious, well-equipped facility that was completely renovated in 2004.  It features a 280-seat recital hall equipped with two nine-foot Fazioli concert grand pianos. 

THE UNIVERSITY:
The University of Louisiana at Monroe, a state-supported institution with approximately 9,000 students, is situated on a 238-acre tree-shaded campus along the banks of Bayou DeSiard.  ULM is an SREB Four-Year institution and a Carnegie Master’s College and University I. The University combines the beauty of the bayou and a tree-shaded campus with modern, well-equipped academic and athletic facilities and residence halls.  ULM presents a varied schedule of music, art, dance, and theatre events throughout the year.  The cultural, academic, recreational, and social opportunities make ULM an excellent place to work. 

THE COMMUNITY:
The Monroe-West Monroe metropolitan area, with a population of approximately 100,000, is located in northeast Louisiana halfway between Shreveport and Vicksburg, MS, and is readily accessible by air and major highways.  Mostly moderate temperatures and low personal and state income taxes contribute to a comparatively low cost of living.  Housing is also quite reasonable, with many nice subdivisions located within a fifteen minute commute to the University.  The area’s medical, shopping, outdoor recreational and cultural opportunities, including The Monroe Symphony and Symphony Chorus, Strauss Community Theatre, Biedenharn Museum and Masur Museum, offer activities year-round.

Currently efforts are being made to revitalize the Monroe Downtown area with several art galleries located in Art Alley and surrounding locations. The Downtown River Market operates in the Fall and Spring on the Ouachita River.  Nonprofit organizations such as Downtown Monroe and the Downtown Arts Alliance sponsor events such as ArtFest and bi-monthly gallery crawls on the first Thursday of the month.

The Ouachita River, Bayou DeSiard, and many nearby lakes offer opportunities for fishing, boating, skiing, swimming, and a variety of outdoor activities. 

APPLICATION:
The Applicant should send a letter of application, curriculum vita, copies of transcripts (unofficial are acceptable at this time), and the names and contact information for a minimum of three current references.  Additional materials requested include recordings of solo and chamber work, representative programs, and a list of publications.  Electronic text documents should be presented as Word documents or PDF and labeled as: lastname,firstname-application.doc, etc.  Subject line of e-mail: lastname,firstname-application.

Review of applications will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. An on-campus recital and teaching demonstration will be arranged for selected candidates.

Employment is contingent on university budgetary approval.  Submit a letter of application and other materials to:

Dr. Derle R Long, Director
School of Visual and Performing Arts
The University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209
rinehart@ulm.edu

E-mail: long@ulm.edu                             Web Page:  ulm.edu/vapa

N.B. By applying for this position, you are giving express consent for members of the Screening Committee to contact anyone they believe would be helpful to them in evaluating your capabilities.

DEADLINE
Consideration of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

The University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Associate Professor/Professor and Kitty DeGree Eminent Scholars Chair in Nursing (5708)

SALARY:
Commensurate with experience

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The School of Nursing is seeking a qualified individual to fill a position as Associate Professor/Professor and Kitty DeGree Eminent Scholars Chair. This position would entail teaching nursing courses and continuing a defined research agenda.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum qualifications include:
1. A doctoral degree in nursing or a related field.
2. Teaching experience in baccalaureate and graduate nursing education which merits appointment as an associate professor or professor.
3. Demonstrated successful experience with grant writing and obtaining grant awards.
4. Evidence of scholarly research.
5. Experience and success in attracting extramural research funding.
6. RN licensure or eligibility for RN licensure in Louisiana.
7. Eligibility to hold a faculty position in Louisiana.

The ideal candidate will also have:
(1) Excellent teaching skills.
(2) Strong clinical practice and decision making skills.
(3) Good interpersonal skills.
(4) Effective written and oral communication skills.
(5) The ability to function collegially as a member of the faculty.
(6) Ongoing and transferrable research project(s).

CLOSING DATE:
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

University Information:
The University of Louisiana at Monroe has an enrollment of approximately 8,500 students. The campus is located in a culturally rich metro area with a population of 150,000. The School of Nursing is accredited by CCNE and approved by the Louisiana State Board of Nursing.  The program has a very successful BSN program and plans to start a MSN program next year. The College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences promotes a balance between teaching and intellectual contributions, combined with professional service to the university, discipline, and community.

APPLICATIONS:
Interested candidates should send a letter of application, current vitae, and three professional letters of reference to:

Dr. Emily S. Doughty, Director
University of Louisiana at Monroe
Kitty DeGree School of Nursing
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209

Email: doughty@ulm.edu (318) 342-1640

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Assistant /Associate, Clinical Assistant/Clinical Associate Professor in Pharmacy Practice (5696)

DEPARTMENT:
Clinical Sciences

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position of faculty in the Clinical Sciences Department have a multitude of responsibilities that center primarily around teaching , service and research.

Teaching:
Teaching is a primary responsibility for Clinical Sciences faculty.  Faculty are expected to provide didactic lectures as well as teach in the Advanced Practice Experience.  Didactic lectures may be taught on campus or through distance learning technology.  Teaching responsibilities are at the discretion of the Department Head.  Specific responsibilities may include:

  1. Coordination or Co-coordination of team taught courses. 
  2. Provision of lectures in team taught courses.  This responsibility includes providing appropriate exam questions covering the material taught in a timely manner.
  3. When appropriate, provision of a single instructor course (Serving as coordinator and lecturer)
  4. Precepting students in the Advanced Practice Experience Program.  Precepting responsibilities include not only direct supervision of students in patient care encounters, but also appropriately conveying expectations at the beginning of the experience, individualized teaching, and providing formative feedback at the midpoint of the experience and summative feedback at the end of the experience

Service:
Service is the second area of primary responsibility for Clinical Sciences faculty.  The provision of professional services through contractual agreements with affiliated institutions is an important component of the position.  Specific responsibilities may be delineated in a service contract; however, in general, responsibilities include:

  1. Provision of pharmaceutical care for a defined population of patients
  2. Documentation of the service, including the financial impact of the service on the affiliated institution and/or the patient population.
  3. When appropriate, seeking patient or third party reimbursement for services.
  4. Serving as a member, secretary or other officer on committees at the affiliated institution with the approval of the Department Head.
  5. Serving as a member, secretary or chair of a Departmental, School, College or University committee.
  6. Participation in graduation ceremonies when assigned.
  7. Participation in Local, State and National Professional Organizations.
  8. Provision of Community service.

 Assistant or Associate Professor – SOP

Scholarship:
he Department expects that individual faculty will pursue the discovery, integration, and application of knowledge as well as try innovative teaching techniques in the classroom.  The Department, College and University do expect that Clinical Sciences faculty will participate in the scholarship process when opportunity and time permit in the following ways:

  1. Poster presentations at State, National or International meetings
  2. Podium Presentations at State, National or International meetings
  3. Case-report or case-series publications
  4. Review article publication
  5. Peer-reviewed research article publication
  6. Serving as a manuscript or book reviewer for peer reviewed publications

When individual faculty have the interest and/or skill the pursuit of grant funding other scholarly activities are encouraged.

Promotion:
Promotion from Assistant to Associate and /or Associate to Professor will occur according to the guidelines set-forth in the Department and University’s guidelines.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates should have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited college/school of pharmacy (or equivalent) with residency and/or fellowship training. Those with equivalent experience in the area of practice will also be considered.  Eligibility for Louisiana state pharmacy licensure is required.  Board certification in a pharmacy care specialty is strongly desired.  Candidates should exhibit effective verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, and dedication to student-centered education and lifelong learning. 

APPLICATIONS:
Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed.  Interested individuals should send  a letter of interest, curriculum vitae,  three (3) letters of recommendation (along with names, telephone numbers, and email addresses of the references) to the following.  Electronic submissions of all materials are encouraged.

Jessica H. Brady, PharmD, BCPS
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Clinical and Administrative Sciences
Clinical Faculty Search Committee Chair
ULM School of Pharmacy
1800 Bienville Drive
Monroe, LA 71201

Phone:  (318) 342-1697

E-mail:  brady@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

 


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Assistant /Associate, Clinical Assistant/Clinical Associate Professor in Pharmacy Practice (5695)

DEPARTMENT:
Clinical Sciences

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position of faculty in the Clinical Sciences Department have a multitude of responsibilities that center primarily around teaching , service and research.

Teaching:
Teaching is a primary responsibility for Clinical Sciences faculty.  Faculty are expected to provide didactic lectures as well as teach in the Advanced Practice Experience.  Didactic lectures may be taught on campus or through distance learning technology.  Teaching responsibilities are at the discretion of the Department Head.  Specific responsibilities may include:

  1. Coordination or Co-coordination of team taught courses. 
  2. Provision of lectures in team taught courses.  This responsibility includes providing appropriate exam questions covering the material taught in a timely manner.
  3. When appropriate, provision of a single instructor course (Serving as coordinator and lecturer)
  4. Precepting students in the Advanced Practice Experience Program.  Precepting responsibilities include not only direct supervision of students in patient care encounters, but also appropriately conveying expectations at the beginning of the experience, individualized teaching, and providing formative feedback at the midpoint of the experience and summative feedback at the end of the experience

Service:
Service is the second area of primary responsibility for Clinical Sciences faculty.  The provision of professional services through contractual agreements with affiliated institutions is an important component of the position.  Specific responsibilities may be delineated in a service contract; however, in general, responsibilities include:

  1. Provision of pharmaceutical care for a defined population of patients
  2. Documentation of the service, including the financial impact of the service on the affiliated institution and/or the patient population.
  3. When appropriate, seeking patient or third party reimbursement for services.
  4. Serving as a member, secretary or other officer on committees at the affiliated institution with the approval of the Department Head.
  5. Serving as a member, secretary or chair of a Departmental, School, College or University committee.
  6. Participation in graduation ceremonies when assigned.
  7. Participation in Local, State and National Professional Organizations.
  8. Provision of Community service.

Assistant or Associate Professor – SOP

Scholarship:
The Department expects that individual faculty will pursue the discovery, integration, and application of knowledge as well as try innovative teaching techniques in the classroom.  The Department, College and University do expect that Clinical Sciences faculty will participate in the scholarship process when opportunity and time permit in the following ways:

  1. Poster presentations at State, National or International meetings
  2. Podium Presentations at State, National or International meetings
  3. Case-report or case-series publications
  4. Review article publication
  5. Peer-reviewed research article publication
  6. Serving as a manuscript or book reviewer for peer reviewed publications

When individual faculty have the interest and/or skill the pursuit of grant funding other scholarly activities are encouraged.

Promotion:
Promotion from Assistant to Associate and /or Associate to Professor will occur according to the guidelines set-forth in the Department and University’s guidelines.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates should have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited college/school of pharmacy (or equivalent) with residency and/or fellowship training. Those with equivalent experience in the area of practice will also be considered.  Eligibility for Louisiana state pharmacy licensure is required.  Board certification in a pharmacy care specialty is strongly desired.  Candidates should exhibit effective verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, and dedication to student-centered education and lifelong learning. 

APPLICATIONS:
Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed.  Interested individuals should send  a letter of interest, curriculum vitae,  three (3) letters of recommendation (along with names, telephone numbers, and email addresses of the references) to the following.  Electronic submissions of all materials are encouraged.

Jessica H. Brady, PharmD, BCPS
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Clinical and Administrative Sciences
Clinical Faculty Search Committee Chair
ULM School of Pharmacy
1800 Bienville Drive
Monroe, LA 71201

Phone:  (318) 342-1697

E-mail:  brady@ulm.edu

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Assistant/Associate Professor, Doctoral Program Coordinator, Curriculum and Instruction (5562)

The School of Education at the University of Louisiana Monroe, a public institution, is seeking an innovative, tenure track, faculty member to direct the active online doctoral program in Curriculum and Instruction and to teach doctoral courses. The successful candidate will join a dedicated faculty and leadership team working to enhance the quality of education in Louisiana in a nationally recognized online program.  

QUALIFICATIONS:
Required Qualifications
for Assistant/Associate Professor:
Ph.D. or Ed.D. (ABD considered) in the field of Curriculum and Instruction or closely related field. Educational research with expertise in research methods and statistics; teaching experience in K-12 setting; demonstrated successful experience in undergraduate or graduate instruction; an established scholarly agenda.

Preferred Qualifications for Associate Professor:
3-5 years of public school teaching experience or administrative experience; interest and experience with online/distance learning systems; evidence of student-oriented instruction and learning within a collaborative environment; interest or experience with field-based learning activities. A documented history of course delivery focused on one, or more, of the following areas; educational statistics, educational research, models of instruction, and/or classroom environment and management.

Preferred Qualifications:

POSITION AVAILABILITY:
Spring 2016

Application Deadline:
Application review begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

APPLICATION:
The School of Education seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool. The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. A review of applications will begin immediately. Candidates should submit the following documents in a single PDF file: (1) a letter of application, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) an unofficial transcript, (4) contact information for five professional references, and (5) a one-page teaching philosophy

All communications and materials should be directed by email to:

Attn: Dr. Krishna Bista, E-mail: bista@ulm.edu
University of Louisiana Monroe
School of Education
700 University Ave
Monroe, LA 71209

Telephone: (318) 342-1266

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:
Instructor of Spanish and English (5587)

DEPARTMENT:
World Languages

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Department of World Languages seeks a qualified individual to fill a position as Instructor of Spanish and ESLG beginning in the fall of 2015.  The University of Louisiana Monroe has an enrollment of approximately 8,200 students.  The campus is located in a culturally rich metro area with a population of 150,000. 

The College of Arts, Education, and Sciences promotes a balance between teaching and intellectual contributions.  The normal teaching load for instructors is 15 undergraduate hours per semester.

QUALIFICATIONS:
A Masters with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in Spanish.  Experience in teaching ESLG is highly desirable.  The ideal candidate’s qualifications will include:  (1) excellent teaching skills; (2) coursework and/or teaching experience in Spanish; (3) good interpersonal skills; (4) effective written and oral communication skills and (5) proficiency in both Spanish and English.

APPLICATIONS:
The search will continue until the position is filled. 

Interested candidates should send a letter of application a current vita, and contact information for three reference to:

Dr. Ruth E.Smith, Director
School of Humanities
College of Arts, Education, and Sciences
University of Louisiana Monroe
700 University Ave
Monroe, LA.  71209

E-mail:  rusmith@ulm.edu

Phone:  (318) 342-1526

The University of Louisiana at Monroe is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.



POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: (TENURE TRACK) 
Assistant/Associate, Clinical Assistant /Clinical Associate or Full Professor in Pharmacy Practice (5071, 5427)

DEPARTMENT:
Clinical & Administrative Sciences
College of Pharmacy

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position of tenure-track Assistant/Associate or Full Professor in Pharmacy Practice has a multitude of responsibilities that are divided in the areas of teaching, service and scholarship. Tenure-track faculty are expected to develop a substantial program of scholarship that can withstand review from faculty at peer institutions. The Department describes scholarship in a broad sense, and expects that tenure track faculty will spend a significant amount of time pursuing and participating in scholarly activities.

TEACHING (30-50%)
Teaching is a primary responsibility for tenure track Pharmacy Practice faculty. Faculty are expected to provide 20-40 didactic lectures as well as teach six to eight months/year in the Advanced Practice Experience Program. Didactic lectures may be taught on campus or through distance learning technology. Teaching responsibilities are at the discretion of the Department Head. Specific responsibilities may include.

5. Coordination or Co-coordination of (a) team taught course(s).
6. Provision of lectures in team taught courses. This responsibility includes providing appropriate exam questions covering the material taught in a timely manner.
7. When appropriate, provision of a single instructor course (Serving as coordinator and lecturer).
8. Precepting students in the Advanced Practice Experience Program. Precepting responsibilities include not only direct supervision of students in patient care encounters, but also appropriately conveying expectations at the beginning of the experience, individualized teaching, and providing formative feedback at the midpoint of the experience and summative feedback at the end of the experience.

SERVICE (20-40%):
Service is the second area of primary responsibility for non-tenure track Pharmacy Practice faculty. The provision of professional services through contractual agreements with affiliated institutions may be a contributing factor in the relative weights of teaching and research assignments and annual evaluation of progress in these areas. Specific responsibilities may be delineated in a service contract; however, in general, responsibilities include.

9. Provision of pharmaceutical care for a defined population of patients.
10. Documentation of the service, including the financial impact of the service on the affiliated institution and/or   the patient population.
11. When appropriate, seeking patient or third party reimbursement for services.
12. Serving as a member, secretary or other officer on committees at the affiliated institution with the approval of the Department Head.
13. Serving as a member, secretary or chair of a Departmental, School, College or University committee.
14. Participation in graduation ceremonies when assigned.
15. Participation in Local, State and National Professional Organizations.
16. Provision of Community service.

SCHOLARSHIP (20-50%)
The Department relies upon tenure-track faculty to support the Department with extramural funding and create national and international recognition for scholarship at the institution. Department does expect that individual faculty will pursue the discovery, integration, and application of knowledge as well as try innovative teaching techniques in the classroom. It is also expected that tenure-track faculty will aggressively pursue extramural funding for scholarly activities as well as publish in peer reviewed journals. Examples of desired Scholarly activities include.

7. Invited research symposia at State, Regional, National or International meetings.
8. Poster presentations at State, Regional, National or International meetings.
9. Podium Presentations at State, Regional, National or International meetings.
10. Peer-reviewed publication of
a. Book reviews
b. Letters to the editor
c. Case-report or case-series publications
d. Review or systematic review articles
e. Original research articles
f. Book Chapters
g. Books
11. Serving as a manuscript or book reviewer for peer reviewed publication.
12. Pursuing and/or obtaining extramural funding for scholarly activities.
13. Development of computer related programming for educational or research purposes. These items should be peer reviewable.
14. Peer reviewable documentation demonstrating the quality and usefulness of novel Pharmaceutical Care Services or the application of new or novel models to your patient population.

PROMOTION AND TENURE
The awarding of tenure and the promotion from Assistant to Associate and /or Associate to Professor will occur according to the guidelines set-forth in the Department and University’s guidelines; however, for tenure track faculty, the greatest emphasis will be placed in the areas of teaching and scholarly activities.

WORK ASSIGNMENTS
The relative weight of the each individual’s expected contributions to teaching, service and scholarship will be determined based on the skills of the individual, external funding obtained, available university resources, and the needs of the University at any point in time.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
Candidates should have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited college/school of pharmacy (or equivalent) with residency and/or fellowship training. Those with equivalent experience in the area of practice will also be considered. Eligibility for Louisiana state pharmacy licensure is required. Board certification in a pharmacy care specialty is strongly desired. Candidates should exhibit effective verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, and dedication to student-centered education and lifelong learning.

APPLICATIONS:
Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed. Interested individuals should send a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, three (3) letters of recommendation (along with names, telephone numbers, and email addresses of the references) to the following. Electronic submissions of all materials are encouraged.

Jessica H. Brady, PharmD, BCPS
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Clinical and Administrative Sciences
Clinical Faculty Search Committee Chair
ULM College of Pharmacy
1800 Bienville Drive
Monroe, LA 71201
Phone: (318) 342-1697

E-mail: brady@ulm.edu

University of Louisiana at Monroe Is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 



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