apply: Candidates who apply by February 7 will
receive full consideration. Applications may be accepted until
position is filled.
Saint Vincent College invites applications for a tenured track
faculty position in the English department at the Assistant
Professor rank to begin Aug. 2022.
or M.F.A; teaching experience, record of scholarly or creative work
and promise of future achievement.
candidate will teach a 3-4 load across literature and writing
courses. Though the position’s specialization is open,
concentrations in minority literatures, modern British literature,
or fiction writing are preferred. College teaching experience is
required. Candidates should have an active research or writing
agenda that evinces professional development. Candidates should
indicate commitment to service to students, department, the core
curriculum, and the College mission.
duties: This faculty hire should be prepared to
mentor students of color and have experience in antiracist
teaching. Other duties that are expected of the candidate include
departmental and college contributions, such as the Visiting
Writers Series, Eulalia Books, Sigma Tau Delta, involvement with
student publications such as The Review and Generation Magazine,
and create programs and projects in their own area.
apply: Send a cover letter and curriculum vitae to
our Human Resource Department. Electronic submissions to
firstname.lastname@example.org are preferred. Otherwise,
applications can be sent to:
Assistant Vice President of Human Resources and Talent
Saint Vincent College
300 Fraser Purchase Road
Latrobe, PA 15650-2690
Saint Vincent College is a Catholic, Benedictine liberal arts and
sciences college of about 1465 undergraduate students and 200
graduate students. It is located about thirty-five miles east of
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in a pleasant suburban/rural environment
near the foothills of the Laurel Mountains.
Vincent is guided by the spirit of Benedictine monasticism which
holds as one of its core values the welcoming of all persons to
help form a diverse community of learners united by the common goal
of the growth of each individual. In that spirit, the College is
committed to building a diversified faculty and staff and
encourages applications from traditionally underrepresented groups.
All positions require the incumbent to be able to fully embrace the
mission and identity of the College as a Catholic, Benedictine
liberal arts and sciences institution. Saint Vincent is an equal