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Faculty and Academic Affairs Positions

Full-time Faculty Positions

Director, Pre-Law Advisory and Forensics Programs: Assistant Professor, U.S. Constitutional Law

 

Director, Pre-Law Advisory and Forensics Programs: Assistant Professor, U.S. Constitutional Law

 
Pre-Law Advisory

Responsibilities:  Oversight of Pre-law Advisory program designed to position students for admission and success at Top Tier law schools.  Includes:

  • Personal mentorship
  • Strategic Experience Mapping (key internships, participation in forensics activities, Undergraduate Law Review, etc.)
  • Primary resource for law school application processes
  • Networking with top law school admissions personnel

May include publications in Pre-Law Advisory journals. 

 

Forensics

Responsibilities:  Primary leadership role in shaping and executing a broad-based forensics program.  Position works with Assistant Forensics Coach for administrative and team developmental strategies.  Includes:

  • Moot Court (Coach)
    • Organization and execution of annual Moot Court Intramural Tournament
  • Mock Trial (Coach)
  • British Parliamentary Debate (Oversight*)
  • Model United Nations (Oversight*)
  • Speech & Debate (Oversight*)

*Oversight defined as responsible for:

  • Determining how each program fits into Strategic Experience Mapping (see Pre-Law Advisory above);
  • Sourcing leadership for each program
  • Budget allocation
  • Annual program evaluations.

May leverage network of volunteer alumni resources to supplement as needed. 

 

Assistant Professor, U.S. Constitutional Law

Responsibilities:  Prepares and teaches assigned courses in U.S. Constitutional Law.  May also include upper level government courses as assigned.

Qualifications include:  Jurisprudence Doctorate (JD) or PhD in Government or related field; Experience in trial law/ appellate law preferred.  Experience in college-level forensics competitor and/or coach.

Salary:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The College offers competitive salaries and a generous benefits program, including comprehensive health and dental coverage and a 401(k) plan.

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, 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-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 President Jack Haye together with a curriculum vitae, a list of three references (one pastoral), a sample of scholarship, and a personal statement of faith including an explanation of how you integrate faith and teaching in your classroom and / or current position. Also include teaching evaluations or evidence of successful teaching if available. Application materials should be submitted to jobs@phc.edu.  Review of applications will begin immediately.

Adjunct Faculty

Rhetoric

Euclidean Geometry 

 

 

Rhetoric Adjunct Professor

Patrick Henry College is recruiting for an adjunct professor to teach Rhetoric.

Qualifications: M.A. in Rhetorical Theory, Rhetorical Criticism, or Public Address, Ph.D. preferred. Must work well in an academically rigorous environment with highly motivated students. Candidates should have a strong commitment to teaching undergraduates in a liberal arts institution. Ability to coach debate preferred, but not required. Candidates should be evangelical Christians, able to subscribe to the College’s Biblical Foundations Statement.

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.


 

Euclidean Geometry Adjunct Professor

Patrick Henry College seeks an adjunct to teach its core Euclidean Geometry course, taken by all students. This course uses the text of Euclid's Elements and the successful candidate will be required to teach students to understand Euclid's logic and to explain that logic better than Euclid did. To that end the course emphasizes the use of geometry software that brings better tools of technical rhetoric to bear on the subject than a compass, ruler and "wax tablet." Students are required to present Euclidean logic in a clear and concise series of computer generated diagrams that can be understood by the non-specialist.

Candidates should be evangelical Christians, able to subscribe to the College’s Biblical Foundations Statement. To apply, submit a cover letter addressed to Dr. Frank Guliuzza, together with a curriculum vitae, a list of three references (one pastoral), a sample of scholarship, 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. Application materials should be submitted to jobs@phc.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately.

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