New College invites applications for an open-rank clinical faculty member to teach and mentor students in several New College undergraduate programs, beginning Spring 2023. We seek a candidate with a multidisciplinary background who has the credentials to teach undergraduate courses in the following areas: analytics (descriptive, diagnostic, predictive and prescriptive), data visualization, data management, introduction to programming, structured and unstructured data. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) accreditation requires 18 graduate credit hours or more in the teaching discipline: quantitative methods.
The successful candidate will teach within three New College programs: B.S. Project Design and Analysis, B.S. Applied Project Design and Analysis, and B.S. in Industrial Distribution. All programs in New College feature project-based curricula, which require creativity and collaboration among faculty as well as cross-course integration.
The successful candidate will be an innovative and collaborative educator with the capacity to foster student success, both within the classroom and in mentoring relationships, with a demonstrated capacity to engage individuals across a spectrum of backgrounds, ages, levels of experience, and career aspirations. Applicants are expected to have evidence of teaching excellence and demonstrated success with a diverse and multicultural student body.
This position will be based at UNT’s regional campus located in Frisco, Texas. This effort is the next phase in UNT’s partnership with the City of Frisco to create a new branch campus focused on career readiness for the 21st Century. UNT at Frisco supports 20 plus undergraduate and graduate degrees and more than 1,700 students. The first building for the new campus, a 100,000 square foot $115 million dollar facility, is scheduled for completion in fall of 2022. Faculty will be based at UNT’s regional campus but may also teach at the Denton campus or online. Night and weekend classes may be included in the teaching load.
Clinical faculty at UNT teach 3 courses per semester with negotiated course load reductions possible for variable recruiting, professional activities, program advising, course development, assisting with accreditation, providing career guidance to students, or other professional development and service activities. Actual course loads are assigned based on program needs and determined by the Chair of New College. Clinical faculty are also expected to engage in scholarly and professional activity as well as service to the department and college. This position is a non-tenure track, 9-month appointment. The initial appointment is 3-years and is renewable. There may be opportunities for summer teaching, depending on program needs. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.