Faculty and Administrative Employment Openings

Applicants for all faculty positions should be in accordance with Providence employment expectations for faculty enumerated in the application for employment. Links to a statement of employment expectations and instructions in the application process can be found on this page.

Academic Openings

Assistant Professor of Business & Economics

PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 15, 2019
PREFERRED POSITION START DATE: July 1, 2019
POSITION TYPE: Full-time, eligible for full benefits.

Providence Christian College is an accredited and growing Reformed inter-denominational liberal arts college that exists to serve the Reformed and evangelical Christian community on the West Coast by equipping students to be firmly grounded in biblical truth, thoroughly educated in the liberal arts and fully engaged in their church, their community and the world for the glory of God, and service to humanity. Providence is located in Pasadena CA, within the cultural hub of greater Los Angeles.

As a Reformed college committed to a Christian perspective on all of life, Providence Christian College has some distinctive expectations of faculty and administrators. All administrators and full-time faculty, prior to appointment and as an ongoing condition of employment, are expected to affirm that the system of doctrine taught in The Three Forms of Unity (The Belgic Confession, The Heidelberg Catechism, and The Canons of Dort) and/or The Westminster Standards (The Westminster Confession of Faith, and The Westminster Larger and Shorter Catechisms) are in full agreement with the system of doctrine taught in the Bible.

Responsibilities & Skills

Reporting to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Assistant Professor of Business & Economics will be responsible for:

  • Teaching undergraduate-level courses in economics and business.
  • Engaging in scholarly research leading to publication.
  • Active participation in institutional service.
  • Leading concentration program in Business, Economics, and Entrepreneurship.

Minimum Qualifications

Must meet our standard minimum requirements of at least a Master’s degree and some level of work experience (3-7 years). Candidate must demonstrate excellent teaching and credentials. Must have completed an MBA, PhD, or equivalent by August 2019. Must possess entrepreneurial spirit in developing a program. Candidate must be able to integrate faith and learning within the context of the study of business, economics, and entrepreneurship.

TO APPLY

  • Send completed application, cover letter, and résumé to hr@providencecc.edu or
  • Mail to: Providence Christian College
    Attn: Human Resources
    464 E. Walnut Street
    Pasadena, CA 91101

Lecturer Openings

Providence Christian College seeks qualified (Master’s degree in field of expertise, doctorate preferred) lecturers in the following fields:

  • Psychology

Providence also welcomes inquiries from applicants in other disciplines for a pool of qualified lecturers. Qualified candidates should hold an M.A. in the discipline taught or a closely related area. PhD and/or teaching experience preferred. Applicants should be able to give evidence of Christian commitment and adherence to the Reformed confessions. Only complete applications will be considered. Complete applications include cover letter, institutional application for employment with essay questions, and unofficial transcripts for review. Official transcripts required upon hire.

Providence Christian College endeavors to diversify its faculty and administration within the framework of its mission. The institution does not unlawfully discriminate against anyone based on race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, age, military service status, physical or mental disability, and/or medical condition, consistent with federal and state requirements for nondiscrimination in employment.

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