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Online Adjunct Professor - Nutrition
Does this position require driving?
Megan Bishop or Dr. Brendan Haynie
Contact Phone Ext
434-592-6530 or 434-582-7447
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Job Summary/Basic Function
Professors will teach a variety of nutrition classes at the
graduate level using our online learning management system. Content
is taught from the Christian worldview. Courses are offered in an
eight week format with content preloaded for professors. Topics
include biochemistry, nutritional program planning, nutrition
research, community nutrition, nutrition for pregnancy &
lactation, geriatric nutrition, nutrition education, performance
nutrition, diabetes, obesity, and eating disorders.
A terminal degree with a Master’s or Doctorate in nutrition,
dietetics, or dietetics and food administration. Must have
excellent communication skills.
Prefer candidates with an academic background in both nutrition and
public health. Priority given to candidates that are RDs or
licensed nutritionists. Experience teaching nutritional
science/dietetics and/or public health nutrition at a college
level. Online teaching experience is helpful.
Special Instructions for Applicants
Required Documents Optional Documents
- Cover Letter
- Letter of Recommendation
- Teaching Philosophy
- Pastoral Reference Letter
- Academic/Professional Reference Letter 1
- Professional License(s)
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).