Faculty opening

Joseph Lechner (jlechner@mvnc.edu)
Mon, 7 Apr 1997 07:34:42 -0400


Applications are invited from suitably qualified mathematicians for
appointment as a full-time assistant or associate professor to teach
undergraduate students, starting the Fall semester of 1997. Salary and
benefits are based on rank and experience. Candidates with a Ph.D. in
Mathematics, Mathematics Education, or a related discipline, and evidence
of quality teaching will be given preference. Minimum of a Master's degree
is required. College teaching experience is desirable. Commitment to
quality teaching is essential. The successful candidate will be expected
to teach courses in Probability and Statistics, Number Theory, and other
courses chosen from the areas of Trigonometry, Precalculus, Introduction to
Mathematical Systems, Introduction to Statistics, Calculus, Differential
Equations, Survey of Geometries, Technical Writing in Mathematics,
Numerical Methods, and advanced topics in mathematics. He/She will be
expected to teach a total of 24-27 semester hours per year and to advise
students who are preparing for careers in mathematics.

The successful candidate must also give strong evidence of commitment to
the philosophy of a Christian liberal arts education and be compatible with
the mission of Mount Vernon Nazarene College and its Wesleyan, evangelical
tradition. MVNC is an equal opportunity employer and is an educational
institution of the Church of the Nazarene.

pplications, consisting of a Curriculum Vitae, transcripts, the names and
addresses of four references (including the applicant's pastor), a brief
outline of educational philosophy from a Christian perspective, a statement
of faith, and a summary of teaching skills should be addressed to Karen G.
Doenges, Ph.D., Chairperson, Department of Mathematics and Computer
Science, Mount Vernon Nazarene College, 800 Martinsburg Road, Mount Vernon,
OH 43050-9500. Telephone (614) 397-6862 ext 3223 (e-mail: