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Employment Opportunities

Academic Program Chair in the Master of Divinity/Buddhist Chaplaincy

Program chair and cross-program faculty
Category: Admin – Educational administration and leadership
Faculty – Program chair and teaching
Admin – Program Development and Curriculum Design

Posted: 3/28/2014
Application Due: May 27, 2014
Type: Half-time
Annual Salary: $30,000
Start Date: 7/1/14
FLSA status: exempt
Reporting structure: reports directly to the Academic Dean

The position of Program Chair for the Master of Divinity/Buddhist Chaplaincy program is primarily an administrative position. The duties of a Program Chair for the first year of the program are supervisory and encompass all courses and programs assigned to the Chair by the Academic Dean. The Chair may also teach one course per year. Applicants should have chaplaincy education and managerial experience either in higher education or a non-profit institution. The Program Chair is responsible for student recruitment and curriculum development, marketing and promotion of the program, including interface with the Won Buddhist Studies program faculty and students. A knowledge of Won Buddhist principles is helpful.

Duties and responsibilities:

Administrative

Teaching

Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications

Desired Qualifications

Required Competencies

Interested parties may submit their cover letter and CV to Dr. Carole Craven at carole.craven@woninstitute.edu

Equal Opportunity Employer

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