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Professor of Government—International Relations

Patrick Henry College seeks a professor of government (rank negotiable) to begin in the fall of 2023. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching and research and possess a strong Biblical worldview that aligns with historic orthodox Christian teachings. The ideal candidate will have an earned Ph.D. in Government or Political Science with ability to teach courses in International Relations and Comparative Politics. The ability to teach area studies, national security courses, and/or courses in non-Western history will be considered a plus. PHC is a young, highly competitive college poised for growth. We are looking for person with excellent teaching and mentoring abilities with program leadership experience or potential.

Candidates should be evangelical Christians, in full agreement with and enthusiastically supportive of the College’s Statement of Faith and Statement of Biblical Worldview, the College’s Mission, and Philosophy of Education. Candidates must work well in an academically rigorous environment with highly motivated students.

PHC is a private, nondenominational, and SACS and TRACS-accredited institution located near Washington, D.C., in Purcellville, Virginia. The classical liberal arts, wed to a strong Biblical foundation, are at the heart of the College’s educational philosophy. This approach is evidenced by the College’s unique sixty-three credit core curriculum. PHC is known for its talented and highly motivated students and for its high academic quality.

The position is subject to the College’s verification of credentials along with other information required by law and PHC’s policies; including the successful completion of a background check. The position is pending budget approval. Compensation is competitive. Review of applications will begin immediately.

Review of applications will begin immediately. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, cv, statement of faith in Jesus Christ, sample of scholarship (if available), and three contacts for references (one pastoral) to jobs@phc.edu.

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Adjunct Faculty Positions

 


Adjunct Professor of Spanish

Patrick Henry College, a Christian liberal arts institution in Purcellville, VA., is recruiting for an adjunct professor to teach beginning and intermediate Spanish (I and III for the fall semester, II and IV for the spring semester).

Qualifications:

  • M.A. in Spanish

  • Significant teaching experience preferred; candidates should be committed to excellence in language instruction.

Candidates should be evangelical Christians, in full agreement with and enthusiastically supportive of the College’s Statement of Faith and Statement of Biblical Worldview, the College’s Mission, and Philosophy of Education. Candidates must work well in an academically rigorous environment with highly motivated students.

Review of applications will begin immediately. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, cv, statement of faith in Jesus Christ, and three contacts for references (one pastoral) to jobs@phc.edu.

 


Adjunct Professor of Government to teach International Relations and/or Comparative Politics

Patrick Henry College seeks an adjunct to teach International Relations and/or Comparative Politics for spring of 2023. The ideal candidate will have college-level classroom experience, and a Masters degree with 18 credit hours in Political Science or related field.

Candidates should be evangelical Christians, in full agreement with the College’s Statement of Faith and Biblical Foundations Statement and supportive of the College’s Mission, Vision, and Educational Philosophy (see http://www.phc.edu/fundamental.php).

PHC is a private, nondenominational, TRACS- and SACS-accredited institution located near Washington, D.C., in Purcellville, Virginia. The classical liberal artswed to a strong biblical foundationare at the heart of the College’s educational philosophy. This approach is evidenced by the College’s unique sixty-three credit-hour core curriculum. PHC is known for its talented and highly-motivated students and for its high academic quality.

To apply, submit a cover letter addressed to Dr. Michael Haynes, together with curriculum vitae, a list of three references (one pastoral), a sample of scholarship (if available), and a personal statement of faith including an explanation of how you integrate faith and teaching in your classroom. Also include teaching evaluations or evidence of successful teaching if available. All employees must enthusiastically support the College's mission and Statement of Faith. Application materials should be submitted to jobs@phc.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately.

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