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About Amberton

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Current University Openings

Equal Opportunity Employer - Amberton University operates in accordance with Christian principles and considers it unethical, as well as illegal, to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion*, age, sex, non-disqualifying handicap, or national or ethnic origin in admissions, employment opportunities, educational programs, or activities which it operates. *While Amberton does not discriminate on the basis of religion concerning admission, the University does discriminate on the basis of religion concerning employment. Because the University is committed to Christian ethics, a Christian belief is required of employees.

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All Amberton University personnel are to be committed to a belief in Christianity. While Amberton is non-denominational, its Christian commitment does recognize its unique role in education and believes that the principles of Christianity and academic excellence run parallel, not perpendicular.

Faculty members are expected to hold a terminal degree in their field of expertise/study.

All applicants are required to submit a properly completed application for employment along with their resume/CV.

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Faculty Openings

We invite dedicated and credentialed individuals to apply for an adjunct teaching position with us!

Amberton University was established in 1971 and is a nondenominational Christian institution.  We are a University designed for working adults and have offered excellent educational opportunities to our students for over 50 years.   As a faculty member, you will have the opportunity to teach online or at our Garland and/or Frisco campus.

We are currently seeking applications for the following areas:
1. School Counseling,
2. Business (Accounting, Management, Marketing, Human Resources, Healthcare Management & Economics)
3. Communications

Successful candidates will possess a terminal degree in their field of study as well as a strong desire to mentor and educate our adult students.

To apply, please submit the following:
• A cover letter detailing your interest in the position,
• A Curriculum Vitae (CV) highlighting your educational background, work experience, publications, and teaching experience,
• An Amberton University Application for Employment,
• A statement outlining your personal teaching philosophy,
• Professional References.

Please submit your application to Dr. Carol Palmer, Vice President for Academic Services at: CPalmer@365salto.net

Thank you for your interest in Amberton University!

Staff Openings

We invite motivated and dedicated individuals to apply for a staff position with us!

Amberton University was established in 1971 and is a nondenominational Christian institution. We are a University designed for working adults and have offered excellent educational opportunities to our students for over 50 years. As a member of our team, you will be part of a dynamic group of individuals who are passionate about lifelong learning.

Current open positions are linked below.

To apply, please submit the following:

  • A cover letter detailing your interest in the position,
  • A resume highlighting your educational background and work experience,
  • An Amberton University Application for Employment,
  • Professional References.

Thank you for your interest in Amberton University!

Open Positions outside of the University

As a benefit to our students and in conjunction with business partnerships, Amberton University posts employment opportunities provided from businesses in the area for our graduates.

Paul Quinn College

Adjunct Faculty – Grant Writing, Philanthropy, Fundraising

(Salary range is $2400 – $2800 per course)

Job Title: Adjunct Faculty (Part-time) – Online/Remote Department: Student Support Services
Posted: 03/04/2024 Effective Date: Open until filled

Position Overview:

Paul Quinn College seeks an Adjunct Instructor of its Fundraising and Philanthropy program, a concentration area
under the Business Administration major. Duties include excellence in the delivery of assigned courses, including
managing courses through frequent, quality feedback to students, and collaborating with colleagues also teaching in
the major. Successful candidates must have a Master’s degree with at least 18 hours of graduate work in Business,
non-profit management, fundraising or similar discipline, and experience teaching college-level courses. Candidates
with multiple years of fundraising and non-profit program management success are encouraged to apply. Successful
candidates will demonstrate an unwavering dedication to student learning and success. All PQ faculty are expected
to demonstrate excellence in oral and written communication and collaborate effectively with faculty and staff
across campus. Adjunct faculty are expected to attend Faculty Institute, our pre-semester development opportunity,
as well as occasional meetings of other faculty in their area; adjunct faculty are also invited to engage in professional
development and general faculty meetings that focus on improving teaching and learning.
This is a part-time, contingent appointment for Spring 2024, and will depend on enrollment. Compensation is based
on credit hours assigned and qualifications. Qualified instructors without a terminal degree will be compensated
$2,400 for a 3-credit hour course, while qualified terminal degree holders will receive $2,800. The position reports
directly to the Chief Academic Officer. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Available Courses:

FUNR 3200 01 ONLINE Grant Proposal Writing & FUNR 4325 01 ONLINE Prospect Research
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
• Use assessment strategies that maximize and measure student learning outcomes; participate in periodic and
ongoing assessment activities as requested
• Use a Learning Management System (e.g., Canvas) to post syllabi, assignments, grades, and give consistent,
quality feedback
• Submit midterm and final grades and attendance by scheduled deadlines; provide on-going feedback to
Academic Affairs about student concerns
• Hold weekly office hours and respond to PQC students, faculty, and staff in a timely manner
• Participate in professional development workshops delivered by the Office of Academic Affairs

Minimum Experience & Requirements

• Master’s degree with 18 hours of graduate work in related field. Professionals with related work experience
are encouraged to apply even if graduate degree is not in Fundraising.
It is the policy of Paul Quinn College not to discriminate against any individual in its educational programs,
activities, or employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, age, religion, or
marital status.

Application Procedure: Please submit your resume to Paul Quinn College Human Resources at: humanresources@pqc.edu