OPEN POSITIONS

Adjunct Position - The Graduate Policy Studies Program (040816/1062/17)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:   Adjunct Position - The Graduate Policy Studies Program

This is a part-time adjunct faculty position in The Graduate Policy Studies Program for the Fall semester, starting August 22, 2016, to teach Policy Analysis, a three-credit graduate seminar.  Candidates should possess a Master’s degree in Public Policy or a related field (ABD or Ph.D. preferred) and experience teaching at the college level or significant professional experience.

Assistant Manager, Livestock Production Unit (040616/1061/16)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Assistant Manager, Livestock Production Unit

This is a full time, salaried position in the Livestock Production Unit.  Position includes but is not limited to assisting in the primary management and care of the livestock species housed therein; working closely with the facility manager and AS faculty to ensure cohesive and cooperative animal-based teaching as directed by the rigorous and experience-based Animal Science curricula. On-campus residence is required (housing provided).

Camp Assistant 2 – Seasonal (033016/1060/15)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Camp Assistant 2 – Seasonal

This is a seasonal position working 35 hours per week at our Kids U! Camp during the summer. Position includes but is not limited to assisting the Head Instructor with camp program participants in the following specialty areas: science, technology, applied engineering or media arts as well as driving a minivan shuttle.

Camp Assistant – Seasonal (033016/1059/14)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Camp Assistant – Seasonal

This is a seasonal position working 35 hours per week at our Kids U! Camp during the summer. Position includes but is not limited to assisting the Head Instructor with camp program participants in the following specialty areas: Life and Animal Science, Technology, Aerospace, Media Arts, Business, Applied Engineering and Science.

Assistant Professor of Food Science (032416/1058/13)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:   Assistant Professor of Food Science

This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track teaching appointment in the Food Science Department to begin in fall 2016.  Position includes but is not limited to teaching course load such as Food Chemistry, Introduction to Food Science, Quality Assurance and Regulations; Sanitation, Nutrition and other courses as needed.

Application Data Entry Clerk - Temporary (031416/1057/12)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for additional information regarding this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:   Application Data Entry Clerk - Temporary

This is a temporary part-time position working 25 hours per week in our Office of Admission for up to four months. Position includes but is not limited to effective entry and processing of prospective student data and undergraduate admission application records as well as other clerical duties as needed.

Endowed Director of Institute of Biotechnology and Hydroponics (030216/1055/10)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:  Endowed Director of Institute of Biotechnology and Hydroponics

This is a full-time 12-month endowed research and development director position that reports to the Dean of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. The position includes but is not limited to establishing a research and development program with emphasis on exploration of the feasibility of novel hydroponic crops as well as studies in determining increased efficiencies of current production practices with established commodities; opportunity to teach courses in hydroponics as well as assist in the creation of the pertinent curricular development.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.  You must apply online to be considered.  Include letter of interest, curriculum vitae, philosophy of research teaching and Statement of Research Goals.  Official transcripts must be provided at time of hire. Only complete application materials will be considered.

Coordinator of Intramurals, Recreation and Student Life Programs (022516/1051/07)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Coordinator of Intramurals, Recreation and Student Life Programs

This is a full-time, twelve month position promoting student involvement, leadership and satisfaction through a diverse and creative program of intramurals, recreation, and related student life initiatives that will appeal to a wide range of student interests and experiences.  We are seeking an energetic and enthusiastic individual who understands the impact that intramurals and recreation can have on the student experience and who can creatively engage a wide range of students in programs and activities.

The successful candidate will have a creative, positive, collaborative attitude; the ability to manage multiple priorities; proactive communication with other staff members and supervisor; demonstrated problem solving skills; commitment to the development of the whole person; and the ability to work well with all levels as a team leader and team player.

DelVal has a strong tradition of experiential learning.  The successful candidate will be able to articulate the ways in which students can develop their leadership skills by participating in intramural and recreation activities.

The position is part of the Office of Student Involvement and the successful candidate will support major initiatives that arise from that department.  As part of DelVal's efforts to enhance the residential experience, the successful candidate will be expected to leverage residence halls and floors for intramural teams, competitions and leadership experiences.  Please click on the above link for additional position information.

Assistant Professor of Education – Non-Tenure Track/Chair of Graduate Education (020516/1046/03)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Assistant Professor of Education – Non-Tenure Track/Chair of Graduate Education

This is a full-time non-tenure-track faculty position in graduate education. The position’s primary functions include but are not limited to teaching responsibilities at both the graduate and undergraduate education levels; serving as the chair of graduate education and performing a wide range of roles and responsibilities within graduate education, in particular, assisting with the ongoing development, recruitment and administration of the Doctor of Education program (including advising students, serving on dissertation committees) and assisting with the development and implementation of assessment plans and student learning outcomes in the master’s and doctoral programs directing the development and implementation of a revised teacher preparation program at the undergraduate level designed to focus on agriculture and STEM disciplines.  Please click on the above link for additional position information.

Assistant Dairy Superintendent (020316/1045/01)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Assistant Dairy Superintendent

This is a full-time position working 50 hours per week and every other weekend in our Dairy Science department.  The position’s primary function is to assist and work with the Dairy Superintendent in the operation and management of the dairy facility.  Please click on the above link for additional position information.

Assistant Professor of Animal Science (122115/1040/07)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:  Assistant Professor of Animal Science

This is a full-time 9 month, tenure-track teaching appointment to begin in Fall 2016 for the department of Animal Science.  Position will teach course load within animal science. 

Adjunct Position (122115/1044/70)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Adjunct Position

This is a part-time day adjunct faculty member in Sociology to teach two courses in the spring. Candidates should have a master’s degree and experience teaching at the college level.  Please click on the above link for additional position information.

Employer Relations and Career Advisor (120415/1038/65)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume: Employer Relations and Career Advisor

This is a full-time position in our Center for Student Professional Development Department.  Position will represent the Center for Student Professional Development and Delaware Valley University to employers to effectively build relationships and partnerships that will benefit student internship and career opportunities as well as to provide career counseling and guidance to both undergraduate and graduate student populations.  Please click on the above link for additional position information.

Instructor of Animal Science (112015/1032/59)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:  Instructor of Animal Science

This is a full-time 9 month renewable, non-tenure track teaching appointment to begin August 2016 in our Animal Science Department.  Responsibilities include but not limited to teaching course load within area of Animal Science. 

Assistant Professor of Plant Science (112015/1031/58)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:  Assistant Professor of Plant Science

This is a full-time 9 month, tenure-track teaching appointment to begin fall 2016 semester in our Plant Science Department.  Responsibilities include but not limited to teaching course load within area of Plant Science.

Manager of Breeding Center Stable (103015/1028/54)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online for this position, click the following link to submit your application and resume:  Manager of Breeding Center Stable

This is a full-time position in our Breeding Center.  Responsibilities include but not limited to overseeing the daily operation of the Breeding Center with housing provided at the farm.  Please click on the above link for additional position information.

Assistant Professor of Environmental Sciences (062415/10016/35)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:   Assistant Professor of  Environmental Sciences

This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position in the Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sciences Department to begin the fall 2016 semester.  Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: teaching Soil Sciences, Watershed Management and other Environmental Science courses focusing primarily on soils, water and land use; collaborating with other faculty members to design and implement curricular updates relating to the core vision of the Department; teaching at various levels within the discipline; remaining current in the field; recruiting and advising students as needed; posting and maintaining regular office hours; serving on faculty committees as assigned or elected; participating in professional development activities; attending regularly scheduled faculty meetings, department meetings, and other required meetings; assisting with departmental needs and development including outcomes assessment.

Ideal candidate shall hold a Ph.D. with specialization in Environmental Science, Soil Science or related fields.  Additional preferred experience includes teaching introductory courses at the undergraduate level, including, but not limited to, Environmental Sciences and Soils; evidence of successful scholarship; excellent oral and written communication skills; commitment to undergraduate teaching and mentoring; ongoing commitment to faculty development and scholarship.  Experience with online delivery of courses and/or a professional degree in landscape architecture are favorable.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.  Official transcripts must be provided at time of hire.
 

Assistant Professor of Plant Science (030416/1056/11)

You must apply online to be considered.  To apply online and for more information regarding this position, please click the following link to submit your application, letter of interest, resume, and philosophy of teaching:  Assistant Professor of Plant Science

This is a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position in the Plant Science Department to begin the fall 2016 academic year.  Position includes but is not limited to teaching course load such as Crop Sciences, Weed Sciences and other Plant Science courses focusing primarily on Agronomy.