Dordt University is currently seeking a philosophy faculty member
whose primary responsibilities include teaching introductory and
advanced courses in philosophy for the Philosophy department and
for the Core program.
Dordt faculty advance the mission of the
university through contributions to Reformational teaching and
scholarship, student recruitment and retention, campus and
community service, Core program support, and ongoing professional
and program development.
- Teaching opportunities include introductory and advanced
courses in philosophy, the Core program, and other areas related to
the faculty member's expertise.
- Our professors engage in scholarship and academic service
within Dordt University's growing and highly collaborative
community of faculty and students. The successful candidate will
regularly involve students in research or lead students in other
Dordt University provides robust support for faculty development,
academic service, and scholarship.
The university seeks candidates with an
earned doctoral degree in philosophy or a related field; a master's
degree in philosophy or a related field is required. Experience in
teaching is preferred. A commitment to excellence in college-level
teaching, including curriculum design, classroom management, and
ongoing student learning assessment is required. A strong record of
research/scholarship in philosophy is desired.
Qualified persons committed to a Reformational
Christian perspective and educational philosophy are encouraged to
read the detailed job description and follow the full-time
application process at the link below. Review of applications will
begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Dordt University endeavors to diversify its staff within the
framework of its mission. The commitment of the university to
nondiscrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender,
national or ethnic origin, or race is consistent with federal and
state requirements for nondiscrimination in employment.