The University of Bridgeport, School of Health Sciences, invites
applications for full-time faculty. This is a non-tenure track
position and appointment to academic rank and salary are dependent
on demonstrated scholarly achievement, teaching, and clinical
experience. This is a 12-month full time position.
- The incumbent will be responsible for teaching Nutrition and
related Exercise and Fitness science courses and/or Community
Health Education, and may also participate in related biology and
chemistry instruction in support of these programs. All full-time
members of the faculty contribute broadly to School and University
events and activities.
- In addition to assigned teaching load, faculty members are
expected to pursue scholarly activities, participate in
school/university and community services, and assist in advising
students, curriculum development and program evaluation.
- Full-time faculty also participate in commencement and
convocation activities as well special University meetings.
- Teaching schedule may include days, evenings and/or weekends.
Participation in other University and community service activities
consistent with the mission of the University.
- The appointee must hold an appropriate earned degree and
certification in nutrition and be able to teach related courses in
the other health science disciplines.
- MS in Nutrition is required
- Minimum of five years’ experience in the field of
NOTE: The above description is intended to describe the general
nature and level of work to be performed by the position. It is not
intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities of the
position. You will devote your full time and best efforts to the
performance of your various job duties and will observe any and all
policies, rules and regulations that the University may now have or
shall hereafter establish.
- An earned Ph.D. in Nutrition, Biochemistry, or a related field
- A strong background in biology and chemistry, supplemented by a
solid track record of teaching and researching in the context of a
multidisciplinary Health Science programs is highly desirable.