Faculty Openings

Assistant Professor, Design - Art

Visiting Assistant Professor, Management - BUEC

Assistant Professor, Elementary Special Education - Education

Assistant Professor, Comparatove Politics - Political Science

Assistant Professor, Africa or Asia - History

Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Physics

Visiting Assistant Professor, Research Methods & Statistics - Psychological Sciences

Full-time Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor - Spanish

Part-Time Adjunct Instructor - Mathematics

Assistant Professor -Biology (Organismal Biology)

Adjunct Instructor - Social Work and Gerontology

Clinical Specialist - Department of Nursing

Adjunct Pool for Academic Instructors in Speech Language Pathology

Adjunct Pool for Professional Specialist in Clinical Instruction

Assistant Professor Maternal - Pediatric Nursing – Department of Nursing Science

Assistant Professor - Physical Chemistry

MSW Field Education Director, Social Work - MSW Program - Department of Social Work and Gerontology

Visiting Professor, Mathematics & Computer Science


Assistant Professor, Elementary Special Education- Education

The Department of Education at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN, invites applications for a Full Time, Tenure Track, Assistant Professor of Education beginning August, 2023. Saint Mary’s College is a Catholic liberal arts college for women with a strong commitment to undergraduate education. The College has recently begun graduate programs for women and men as well.

The primary responsibility of this position is to teach undergraduate teacher education courses in elementary/middle school special education. The individual may also be responsible for teaching other undergraduate education courses depending on departmental needs and the individual’s expertise. Other responsibilities include supervision of teacher candidates in the field and academic advising. In addition to teaching, engaging in scholarly/creative activities and service to the department and College, including accreditation work, are expectations of the position.

A Ph.D. or Ed.D. with specialization in special education or a related field that included special education coursework is required. ABD considered. A minimum of three years’ experience in P-12 settings is required (experience in P-12 special education settings strongly preferred). Experience with specialized professional associations preferred. Starting date is August 15, 2022. Classes begin on August 21, 2023. Applications will be accepted until December 15, 2022.

Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, evidence of excellence in teaching (e.g. student evaluations or teaching evaluations), official transcripts, and three current and confidential letters of recommendation to Mrs. Lisa Holderman at lholderman@saintmarys.edu.

Saint Mary’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College’s mission, Saint Mary’s is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels – students, faculty, and staff – and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.

Posted:  11/28/2022


 Assistant Professor, Comparative Politics - Political Science

The Department of Political Science at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN invites applications for a tenure-track position in Comparative Politics at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning in August, 2023. Area of research specialization is open but regional expertise outside Europe is strongly preferred. The successful candidate will teach the department’s intro courses in Comparative Politics and International Politics and develop a set of upper level elective courses. Ability to teach electives which contribute to the college's global interdisciplinary programs in Gender and Women’s Studies, Environmental Studies and Global Studies is a strong plus. Ability to work effectively with an increasingly diverse Saint Mary’s student population is essential.

A Ph.D. in Political Science in hand by August, 2023 is required. To apply, please submit (1) a cover letter summarizing your interest and qualifications, (2) a complete curriculum vitae, (3) philosophy of teaching, (4) sample syllabi (if available and applicant was the instructor), (5) official transcripts, (6) three current and confidential letters of recommendation, and (7) a DEIJ statement of your understanding of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in academia including evidence of your current contributions and plans for advancing the work at Saint Mary’s College. Priority will be given to applications submitted by January 9, 2023. Earlier submissions are appreciated. All applications should be sent to: Political Science Search Committee, Saint Mary’s College,
Department of Political Science, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Applications may be sent electronically to poscsearch@saintmarys.edu. Review of applications will begin on November 21, 2022 and continue until the position is filled. More information about our department can be found at https://www.saintmarys.edu/academics/departments/political-science.

Saint Mary’s College is a Catholic women’s college in the liberal arts tradition. In keeping with its mission, Saint Mary’s College is an equal opportunity employer committed to increasing its diversity at all levels, students, faculty, and staff, and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment. 

Posted:  11/28/2022


Assistant Professor, Africa or Asia - History

History. The Department of History at Saint Mary’s College invites applications for a tenure-track appointment for a teacher/scholar with a Ph.D. (ABD considered) in the history of Africa or Asia. At the time of appointment, applicants should have a completed Ph.D.

Teaching responsibilities include the World History survey and upper-level courses. We seek candidates who can contribute to or enhance our offerings in related programs, including – but not limited to – Gender & Women’s Studies, Global Studies, and Environmental Studies. Applicants with expertise in public history, digital history, or oral history are particularly encouraged to apply. The teaching load is 3:3, with two sections of the World History survey each semester.

Saint Mary’s College, the nation’s premier Catholic women’s college, was founded by the Sisters of the Holy Cross in 1844 and is located in Notre Dame, Indiana. Its mission is to educate women in the liberal arts tradition, focusing on intellectual vigor, religious sensibility, aesthetic appreciation, and social responsibility. Saint Mary’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College’s mission, Saint Mary’s is committed to increasing its racial and ethnic diversity at all levels – students, faculty, and staff – and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.

The History Department seeks candidates who share the College’s commitment to social justice, who are eager to build an inclusive, diverse intellectual community, and who will collaborate effectively across the College as teachers and scholars. Please provide a statement of your understanding of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in academia including evidence of your current contributions and plans for advancing the work at Saint Mary’s College.

Applicants must demonstrate a passion for and effective teaching practices. Send letter of application, c.v., graduate transcripts, at least three letters of reference, evidence of teaching excellence (e.g. examples of class activities and/or pedagogies, teaching evaluations), and a diversity statement described above to Dr. Bill Svelmoe, Department of History, Saint Mary’s College at historysearch@saintmarys.edu. Review of applications will begin January 5. The department expects to conduct preliminary interviews via Zoom in January.
 

Posted:  11/28/2022


Assistant Professor, Design and Applied Arts/Sculpture

The Saint Mary’s College Department of Art invites applications for a full-time, tenure track Assistant Professor to teach courses in Design, Applied Arts and Sculpture beginning August 2023. MFA, undergraduate teaching experience, and professional activity/exhibition record required. Position will teach a 3-course load each semester. Design courses to be taught include graphic design, typography, web design, and foundation design. Knowledge of digital and web applications (Adobe Creative Cloud) required. Applied Arts courses include furniture design and supportive courses in Sculpture. This position will supervise the woodshop and sculpture studio.

Saint Mary’s College, with an enrollment of approximately 1500 students, is a Catholic, residential women’s college committed to the liberal arts tradition. Located in South Bend, Indiana, adjacent to the University of Notre Dame, and 90 miles east of Chicago, Saint Mary’s has consistently been ranked among the top 100 liberal arts colleges in the US News and World Report annual surveys. The Department of Art offers BFA and BA degrees with concentrations in Applied Arts, Art History, Design, or Studio Art. Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, 15-20 examples of current artwork (may provide a url), examples of student work, evidence and demonstration of effective teaching (e.g. student evaluations, classroom activities, course
assessment), three letters of reference, and a copy of graduate transcripts. Please provide a statement of your understanding of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in academia including evidence of your current contributions and plans for advancing the work at Saint Mary’s College.

Email applications (in .pdf format) to artsearch@saintmarys.edu. Letters of reference should be emailed directly from the recommender. Applications should be received by February 6, 2023 to
guarantee full consideration; however, applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. Search chair: Julie Tourtillotte, Chair, Department of Art, 240 Moreau Center for the Arts, Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN 46556.

Saint Mary's College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College's mission, Saint Mary's is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels--students, faculty, and staff--and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment. https://www.saintmarys.edu/academics/departments/art

Posted: 11/28/2022


 Visiting Assistant Professor, Management - BUEC

The Department of Business & Economics at Saint Mary's College is seeking a Visiting Assistant Professor in Management and Finance for Fall of 2023.  Saint Mary’s College is a top 100 national liberal arts women's college of approximately 1,700 students located in Notre Dame, Indiana.  The Department has a strong and growing business department (roughly 15% of the student body).

The position is a non-tenure track, Visiting Assistant Professor with a 3-year contract.  Candidates must hold an MBA (Doctorate in a related field preferred).  We seek candidates with experience in Management and Finance to expand upper level course offerings in both disciplines and to teach needed entry level courses. The ideal candidate will possess a teaching background with demonstrated effective teaching practices and  experience with curriculum development. The course load is expected to be 4/3, with expectation of departmental service and student advising.

The position is benefits eligible. Benefits include competitive salary, health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, short- and long-term disability, matching 403B retirement program, and tuition remission.

Interested candidates should send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, a statement of your teaching philosophy, and a statement of your understanding of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in academia including evidence of your current contributions and plans for advancing the work at Saint Mary’s College. In addition, we ask for evidence of teaching excellence (e.g., student evaluations, effective classroom activities, or syllabi), three letters of recommendation, unofficial transcripts (official transcripts will be required if hired) to:

Samuel L Rohr, Ph.D.

Department Chair & Associate Professor of Management

Department of Business & Economics

srohr@saintmarys.edu

The position is open until filled.

Saint Mary’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College’s mission, Saint Mary’s is committed to increasing its racial and ethnic diversity at all levels-students, faculty and staff—and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment. 

Posted:  11/28/2022


 Visiting Assistant Professor, Research Methods & Statistics - Psychological Sciences

The Saint Mary’s College Department of Psychological Sciences invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor position for a three-year contract to begin August 2023. 

The successful candidate will teach a combination of Statistics, Research Methods, and Introduction to Psychology. Candidates can also develop and teach upper-level courses related to their expertise.  The individual in this position will teach three courses per semester based on the needs of the department and the teaching interests of the candidate. The ability for this candidate to contribute to one of our growing interdisciplinary programs (Neuroscience, Environmental Studies, Gender & Women’s Studies, Gerontology, Speech Language Pathology, Justice Studies) and/or the ability to promote undergraduate-accessible research and/or applied experiences is a plus.

This position requires a Ph.D. either in Psychology or a related field. Candidates who are A.B.D. will be considered.  All successful candidates will contribute to the mission of the college which promotes a life of intellectual vigor, aesthetic appreciation, religious sensibility, and social responsibility. The Department of Psychological Sciences particularly emphasizes excellence in writing and research, and strong candidates will have a commitment to inclusive pedagogy.

Saint Mary’s is a competitive, private undergraduate Catholic women’s college with an emphasis on quality teaching and student-faculty research collaborations.  Saint Mary’s College is located in Notre Dame, IN and is adjacent to South Bend, an ethnically diverse city of 120,000 people, in Northern Indiana, approximately 90 miles east of Chicago.

Saint Mary’s College has a mission-driven responsibility to be diverse, inclusive, and equitable.  Saint Mary’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College’s mission, Saint Mary’s is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels-- students, faculty, and staff-- and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.

Posted:  11/28/2022


Full-time Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor - Spanish

The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures invites applications for a full-time Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor position in Spanish, to begin August 2022. This is a non tenure-track appointment for the 2022-2023 academic year. The successful candidate for the lectureship will have a Master’s degree in Hispanic linguistics or Hispanic Literature and Culture, or the equivalent. The successful candidate for the position of Visiting Assistant Professor will have a PhD in Hispanic linguistics or Hispanic Literature and Culture. Native or near-native proficiency in Spanish is required. The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in language teaching at the undergraduate level. The course load is three courses per semester, primarily at the Introductory and Intermediate levels. 

Candidates should send a letter of interest, CV, official copies of all graduate transcripts, evidence of teaching excellence, and three letters of reference (at least one should address teaching). Only electronic submissions will be accepted and can be sent to Ty West, Chair of the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, at modl@saintmarys.edu.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

Posted 7/19/2022, Edited 7/20/2022


Assistant Professor - Biology (Organismal)

The Department of Biology, Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana, seeks qualified candidates for a tenure-track assistant professor in Organismal Biology (taxon of interest is open) beginning August, 2023. The successful candidate will be expected to teach 9 contact hours per semester (3 lecture or lab sections) in courses including an introductory majors-level Organismal Biology course
(Foundations of Form and Function), a course in the candidate’s area of interest/expertise designed for non-STEM majors, and an upper level Biology course in the candidate’s area of interest/expertise. The ability to develop writing-oriented courses for science majors and/or plan courses that include travel experiences for field research would be an asset. Faculty are expected to develop an active and sustainable research program with undergraduate students. Advising students and service to the department and college are also expected. Applicants should hold (or be near completion of) a Ph.D. in Biology with expertise in organismal biology (taxon of interest is open) and have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching.

Saint Mary’s College is a Catholic women's college in the liberal arts tradition. The College has a student body of approximately 1500 undergraduate and graduate students, including 22 percent
of students of color. The College has a commitment to excellence in STEM education for women and seeks to prepare women, particularly those from underrepresented groups, to be leaders in the STEM community.

To apply, please send (1) a cover letter that clearly highlights your area of expertise; (2) a complete CV; (3) a statement of teaching philosophy; (4) a research statement, including your plans to incorporate undergraduate researchers; and (5) a diversity statement that addresses your commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) and provides evidence of advancing DEIJ values and/or your plans for advancing DEIJ values in the classroom. All applications should be sent to biologyfacultysearch@saintmarys.edu. Mailed applications should be sent to the Biology Search Committee, Saint Mary’s College, Department of Biology, Notre Dame, IN 46556.

Candidates will be contacted for full credentials (three letters of reference, visa status for foreign nationals, official transcripts, and evidence of excellent teaching) if desired at a later date. Review of applications will begin October 1, 2022 and continue until the position is filled. Saint Mary's College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College's mission, Saint Mary's is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels--students, faculty, and staff--and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.

Posted 8/24/2022


 
The Department of Social Work and Gerontology at Saint Mary's College invites applications for an adjunct instructor position in developing a pool of instructors for Fall 2022 and/or Spring 2023.  MSW from a CSWE-accredited program is required.  LSW or LCSW preferred.  We seek candidates who have passion and experience with undergraduate teaching and demonstrate excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level.  Applicants should be able to teach generalist social work classes, including practice courses, administration (macro), and human behavior courses, and/or gerontology courses, such as Gero Services & Policies and Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia.

The Social Work Program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and has maintained accreditation since 1998. Review of credentials will begin as soon as they are received.  Send letter of application, c. v., graduate transcripts, two letters of reference, and evidence of teaching excellence to Leonard Sanchez (lsanchez@saintmarys.edu), Search Committee Chair, Department of Social Work and Gerontology, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN 46556.

Saint Mary's College, the nation's premier Catholic women's college, was founded by the Sisters of the Holy Cross in 1844 and is located in Notre Dame, Indiana. Its mission is to educate women in the liberal arts tradition, focusing on intellectual vigor, religious sensibility, aesthetic appreciation, and social responsibility.

Posted 1/27/2022

 


Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Physics

 

The Department of Chemistry and Physics at Saint Mary’s College (Notre Dame, IN) is seeking to hire a Clare Booth Luce Professorship in Physics. Qualified female candidates should apply for this tenure-track position that will begin in the fall of 2023. This position is sponsored by the prestigious Clare Boothe Luce Program for Women in STEM. The position comes with considerable benefits, including one course release each year for the first five years and sufficient start-up funds to begin a suitable research program at a primarily undergraduate institution.

The regular teaching load for the successful candidate consists of 9 contact hours of instruction per semester (split between lecture and laboratories). The specific courses allocated to this candidate will be based on her background and interest, as well as the needs of the physics program. All faculty at Saint Mary’s College are expected to develop an active and sustainable research program with undergraduate students and are encouraged to incorporate research in the curriculum. Other responsibilities include advising students and actively serving the department and college.  

Women from all sub-disciplines of physics are encouraged to apply, especially those whose expertise complement our current areas of strength in computational physics, nuclear physics, and astronomy. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in physics, or closely-related field, and a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching. Postdoctoral experience is preferred. 

Saint Mary’s College is a Catholic women's college in the liberal arts tradition. The College has a student body of approximately 1500 undergraduate and graduate students, including 22 percent of students of color. Our Physics program is growing and serves approximately 7 majors a year. The College has a commitment to excellence in STEM education for women and seeks to prepare women, particularly those from underrepresented groups, to be leaders in the STEM community.

To apply, please send (1) a cover letter summarizing your interest and qualifications, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) a statement of teaching philosophy (2 pages) (4) a description of research plans that includes working with undergraduate students (2-4 pages) and describes research infrastructure needs, and (5) provide a statement of your understanding, contributions, and plans for advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (1-2 pages).

All applications should be sent to: Clare Boothe Luce Physics Professor Search Committee, Saint Mary’s College, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Applications may be sent electronically to chemphys@saintmarys.edu. Initial review of applications will begin on January 5th, 2022 and continue until the position is filled. Letters of reference will be solicited after an initial review. More information about our department can be found at https://www.saintmarys.edu/academics/departments/physics.

Saint Mary's College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College's mission, Saint Mary's is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels-- students, faculty, and staff--and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment. 

Posted:  11/28/2022


 Clinical Specialist - Department of Nursing Science

The Department of Nursing Science at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN seeks qualified candidates for a full-time clinical specialist position to start in Spring 2023. The successful candidate will be an experienced clinical nurse with a minimum of 4 years of clinical experience.  Responsibilities include making clinical assignments, providing inpatient clinical or laboratory instruction and participation in Department and College committees. The use of simulation is not required, but desirable.

A Master’s Degree in Nursing is required, however an applicant who is completing a Master’s degree will be considered. Support will be provided for clinical practice of one day per week maximum.

To apply, please send a cover letter, a CV and a statement of teaching philosophy.  In the submitted material, please address evidence of clinical teaching effectiveness.

As a Catholic, residential, women’s liberal arts college, Saint Mary’s offers undergraduate and co-educational graduate programs. Saint Mary’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels – students, faculty, and staff – and seeks applications for candidates who share this commitment.

All applications should be sent to: Karla Bronicki, Department of Nursing Science, Search Committee, Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN 46556.  Applications may be sent electronically to nursingscience@saintmarys.edu.  Review of applications will begin on November 4th and will continue until the position is filled.  Letters of reference will be solicited after the initial review of applications. 

Posted 10/4/2022


Adjunct Pool for Academic Instructors in Speech Language Pathology 

The Speech Language Pathology Department at Saint Mary’s College is seeking applications for potential positions for adjunct instructors. When need arises, due to enrollment and/or staffing, the department will select candidates from this pool to serve as adjunct instructor for specific courses. An adjunct instructor will be solely responsible for teaching content, assessing student learning, being accessible for student questions, and submitting grades in a timely manner for an undergraduate course taught over a 16-week semester. In-class meeting times will be scheduled based on instructor and student availability and may be in fall or spring semesters.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Teaching in-person courses at the undergraduate level in the Speech Language Pathology department
  • Objectively assess and document student’s knowledge of course topics
  • Possible course topics include:
    • Phonetics
    • Speech and Hearing Science
    • Speech Sound Disorders
    • Evaluation Procedures
    • Audiology for the SLP
    • Aural Rehabilitation
    • Child Language Development

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree, Ph.D. in Speech Language Pathology, Audiology Doctorate, or closely related fields or Ed.D. in related areas will be considered:
  • Potential for effective teaching
  • Commitment to culturally responsive practices in diverse and inclusive contexts and communities

 ADDITIONAL DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Licensed or eligible to be licensed as a speech language pathologist or audiologist in the State of Indiana
  • Emerging expertise in a clinical specialty area

Essential Functions for Teaching

  1. Communication

       Must possess adequate communication skills to:

  • Communicate proficiently in both oral and written English language.
  • Possess reading and writing skills sufficient to meet curricular demands.
  • Perceive and demonstrate appropriate non-verbal communication for culture and context. Modify communication style to meet the communication needs of students.
  • Communicate professionally, effectively, and legibly with colleagues and students.
  • Convey information accurately with relevance and cultural sensitivity.
  1. Motor

       Must possess adequate motor skills to:

  • Sustain necessary physical activity level in required classroom
  • Respond quickly to provide a safe environment for clients in emergency situations including fire, choking, seizures, etc.
  • Access technology for course management
  1. Intellectual/Cognitive:

       Must possess adequate intellectual and cognitive skills to:

  • Comprehend, retain, integrate, synthesize, infer, evaluate and apply written and verbal information sufficient to meet course demands.
  • Self-evaluate, identify, and communicate limits of one's own knowledge and skill to appropriate professional level and be able to identify and utilize resources in order to increase knowledge.
  1. Sensory/Observational:

       A clinical supervisor/ professional specialist must possess adequate sensory skills of vision, hearing, tactile, and smell to:

  • Display mature, empathetic and effective professional relationships by exhibiting compassion, integrity, and concern for others.
  • Recognize and show respect for individuals with disabilities and for individuals of different ages, genders, race, religions, sexual orientation, and cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Conduct oneself in an ethical and legal manner, upholding the ASHA Code of Ethics and college and federal privacy policies.
  • Adapt to changing and demanding environments (which includes maintaining both professional demeanor and emotional health).
  • Manage the use of time effectively to complete professional and technical tasks within realistic time constraints.
  • Accept appropriate suggestions and constructive criticism and respond by modification of behaviors.

Interested candidates should submit a 1) Letter of application 2) Resume or curriculum vita 3) a list of three references. In the submitted material, please address evidence of clinical teaching experience and effectiveness. Official transcripts will be required of the candidates selected for hire.

Electronic applications are preferred and may be sent to:

Carla Youngdahl, Chair of Speech Language Pathology Department, cyoungdahl@saintmarys.edu

Posted 10/5/2022


 Adjunct Pool for Professional Specialist in Clinical Instruction

The Judd Leighton Speech and Language Clinic at Saint Mary’s College is seeking speech language pathologists interested in joining our pool of potential professional specialist position(s) in clinical instruction in speech language pathology. When need arises, due to enrollment and/or staffing, the department will select candidates from this pool to serve as adjunct.

This will be a part-time adjunct position with primary responsibilities of clinical education and supervision of graduate and undergraduate students in the Judd Leighton Speech and Language Clinic or community sites. The clinical supervisor must be qualified as defined by professional/discipline standards, have practical experience appropriate for the responsibilities assigned, and must maintain appropriate professional credentials. The appointment is to the designated status of Adjunct Professional Specialist at Saint Mary’s College.

Job Requirements

  1. Master’s degree in speech language pathology, the ASHA certificate of clinical competence, and the appropriate Indiana licensure.
  2. 5 years experience in the delivery of clinical services with additional experience in supervision.
  3. Emerging expertise in a clinical specialty area, which can include clinical supervisor, clinical programming and/or clinical service delivery as evidenced by, but not limited to, educational background, work history and experience, continuing education and the like.
  4. Experience with early childhood education and providing services in a Response to Intervention model.
  5. This individual will model for the Saint Mary’s student the ability to deal effectively with other staff, agencies, and community programs, as well as children and their parents/guardians.

Essential Functions for Clinical Supervisors

  1. Communication

A clinical supervisor/ professional specialist must possess adequate communication skills to:

  • Communicate proficiently in both oral and written English language.
  • Possess reading and writing skills sufficient to meet curricular and clinical demands.
  • Perceive and demonstrate appropriate non-verbal communication for culture and context. Modify communication style to meet the communication needs of clients, caregivers, and other persons served.
  • Communicate professionally, effectively, and legible on patient documentation, reports, and scholarly papers required as part of professional practice.
  • Convey information accurately with relevance and cultural sensitivity.
  1. Motor

A clinical supervisor/ professional specialist must possess adequate motor skills to:

  • Sustain necessary physical activity level in required classroom and clinical activities.
  • Respond quickly to provide a safe environment for clients in emergency situations including fire, choking, seizures, etc.
  • Efficiently manipulate testing and treatment environment and material without violation of testing protocol and with best therapeutic practice.
  • Manipulate patient-utilized equipment (e.g. durable medical equipment to include AAC devices, hearing aids, etc.) in a safe manner.
  • Access technology for clinical management (i.e. billing, charting, therapy programs, etc.).
  1. Intellectual/Cognitive:

A clinical supervisor/ professional specialist must possess adequate intellectual and cognitive skills to:

  • Comprehend, retain, integrate, synthesize, infer, evaluate and apply written and verbal information sufficient to meet clinical demands.
  • Identify significant finding from history, evaluation, and data to formulate a diagnosis and develop a treatment plan.
  • Solve problems, reason, and make sound clinical judgments in patient assessment, diagnostic and therapeutic plan and implementation.
  • Self-evaluate, identify, and communicate limits of one's own knowledge and skill to appropriate professional level and be able to identify and utilize resources in order to increase knowledge.
  1. Sensory/Observational:

A clinical supervisor/ professional specialist must possess adequate sensory skills of vision, hearing, tactile, and smell to:

  • Display mature, empathetic and effective professional relationships by exhibiting compassion, integrity, and concern for others.
  • Recognize and show respect for individuals with disabilities and for individuals of different ages, genders, race, religions, sexual orientation, and cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Conduct oneself in an ethical and legal manner, upholding the ASHA Code of Ethics and college and federal privacy policies.
  • Adapt to changing and demanding environments (which includes maintaining both professional demeanor and emotional health).
  • Manage the use of time effectively to complete professional and technical tasks within realistic time constraints.
  • Accept appropriate suggestions and constructive criticism and respond by modification of behaviors.

General Responsibilities

 

1.     Responsible for the health, safety, and well-being of persons served at all times.

2.     Expected to serve as role model for persons served.

3.     Expected to serve as an advocate and to protect the human rights of persons served at all times.

4.     Expected to participate in training as required by your supervisor.

5.     The Saint Mary’s Professional Specialist will teach the Saint Mary’s student through example on how to plan instructional activities/ home program for parents as well as activities for primary care givers in community settings.

6.     The confidentiality and cultural diversity of the child and his/her family will be respected at all times by the Saint Mary’s Professional Specialist.

9.     The Saint Mary’s Professional Specialist will conduct other duties as assigned by her/his supervisor which enhance, directly or indirectly, the Saint Mary’s College student.

10. Other duties as appropriate and assigned.

These materials can be sent to the Director of Clinical Education of Speech Language Pathology, Erin Connelly at econnelly@saintmarys.edu.

Posted 10/5/2022

 


Assistant Professor Maternal - Pediatric Nursing – Department of Nursing Science

The Department of Nursing Science at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN seeks qualified candidates for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level in maternal – child health nursing to start in Summer Semester, 2023. Applicants must have an earned doctorate; applicants completing their doctoral degree within one year of appointment will be considered. Certification as an obstetrical and/or pediatric nurse is desired.

The successful candidate will have a strong experiential foundation in maternal and pediatric nursing with experience in evidence-based practice preferred. The applicant will have opportunities to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Teaching responsibilities include classroom as well as clinical instruction. Experience with the use of simulation at all educational levels as well as with on-line teaching is desirable. 

Candidates will be expected to participate in committees and service at the departmental and College levels. The candidate must demonstrate and maintain an active program of discovery or translational scholarship. Support will be provided for clinical practice of no more than one day per week to maintain certification.

To apply, applicants are invited to submit a cover letter, CV, transcripts, and statement of teaching philosophy that addresses evidence of teaching effectiveness and commitment to educating a diverse student body.

As a Catholic, residential, women’s liberal arts college, Saint Mary’s offers undergraduate and co-educational graduate programs. Saint Mary’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College’s mission, Saint Mary’s is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels – students, faculty, and staff – and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.

Send application materials to:  

Saint Mary’s College, 

Department of Nursing Science - Attn: Search Committee/Karla Bronicki, 

1008 Regina Hall

Notre Dame, IN 46556.  

 

Applications may be sent electronically to nursingscience@saintmarys.edu.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Letters of reference will be solicited after the initial review.   

Posted 10/12/2022


 Assistant Professor - Physical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry and Physics

The Department of Chemistry and Physics at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN seeks qualified candidates for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level in physical chemistry to start in fall 2023. The successful candidate will be expected to teach 9 contact hours per semester (lecture sections are 3 hours, lab sections are 2-4 hours), primarily in our physical chemistry lecture sequence and Advanced Laboratory, as well as other advanced and introductory chemistry courses that meet departmental and institutional needs. Faculty are expected to develop an active and sustainable research program with undergraduate students and are encouraged to incorporate research in the curriculum. Other responsibilities include advising students and serving the department and college.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. in physical chemistry, or closely-related field including computational chemistry, and a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching. Postdoctoral experience is preferred, but not required.
 
Saint Mary’s College is a Catholic women's college in the liberal arts tradition. The College has a student body of approximately 1500 undergraduate and graduate students, including 22 percent of students of color. The Chemistry program is ACS approved and supports approximately 10 majors a year. The College has a commitment to excellence in STEM education for women and seeks to prepare women, particularly those from underrepresented groups, to be leaders in the STEM community. To apply, please send (1) a cover letter summarizing your interest and qualifications, (2) a complete curriculum vitae, (3) a statement of teaching philosophy (2-3 pages) (4) a description of research plans that includes working with undergraduate students (3-5 pages) and describes research infrastructure needs and (5) a statement that addresses your knowledge of the importance of equity and inclusion in the classroom, and evidence of and/or plans for contributing to the advancement of these values at Saint Mary’s (1-2 pages).
 
All applications should be sent to: Chemistry Search Committee, Saint Mary’s College, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Applications may be sent electronically to chemphys@saintmarys.edu. Review of applications will begin on November 4, 2022 and continue until the position is filled. Letters of reference will be solicited after initial review. More information about our department can be found at https://www.saintmarys.edu/academics/departments/chemistry.
 
Saint Mary's College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College's mission, Saint Mary's is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels-- students, faculty, and staff--and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.
 
Posted: 10/21/2022
 

MSW Field Education Director, Social Work - MSW Program - Department of Social Work and Gerontology

The Department of Social Work and Gerontology at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana, seeks qualified candidates for an 11-month non-tenure track faculty position to start in June 2023.  Candidates must have earned a MSW or MSSW from a CSWE-accredited social work program with a minimum of two years post masters social work practice experience.  Social work licensing/eligibility for social work licensing is required. The applicant will have primary responsibilities at the graduate level and may have opportunities to teach at the undergraduate level.  Preferred candidates will have experience in online graduate education.  Candidates will be expected to participate in MSW student recruitment activities and student advising and have knowledge of CSWE EPAS.  The MSW Field Education Director works with students and field settings in identifying, approving, and supervising appropriate national field placements according to CSWE EPAS. The Field Education Director position is responsible for managing students' field placement sites and field instructors’ selection.  The MSW Field Education Director selects field sites across the United States and possibly internationally, provides training, guidance, and supervision to MSW field supervisors and field liaisons, and teaches field seminars and other courses in areas of interest as needed. Some travel may be required.   

To apply, please submit a cover letter, CV, transcripts, and statement of teaching philosophy that addresses evidence of teaching effectiveness. Also provide a statement of your understanding, contributions, and plans for advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice. Submit application materials electronically online to: Saint Mary’s College, Department of Social Work and Gerontology – Email address: rgearhart@saintmarys.edu; email subject heading: Attn: Search Committee/MSW Field Education Director.  Review of applications will begin on November 4, 2022, and will continue until the position is filled.  Letters of reference will be solicited after the initial review.

As a Catholic, residential, women’s liberal arts college, Saint Mary’s offers undergraduate and co-educational graduate programs. Saint Mary’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College’s mission, Saint Mary’s is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels – students, faculty, and staff – and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.

Posted 10/31/2022


Visiting Professor, Mathematics & Computer Science

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Saint Mary’s College is accepting applications for a three-year visiting position to begin in August 2023. A master’s in mathematics, statistics, computer science, or related field is required, but a Ph.D. is preferred. Though the area of specialization is flexible, the ideal candidate will be a broadly trained mathematician, statistician, or computer scientist with the ability to teach a wide range of mathematics courses at the undergraduate level such as calculus and linear algebra. The ability or interest to teach at the graduate level in our Master of Science in Data Science program is an additional advantage to an applicant for this position. Duties beyond teaching include individual interaction with students, directing senior comprehensive projects, and service to the department. While research/scholarly activity is not expected, the position is structured to allow for research to continue. Opportunities exist for teaching and research collaborations across campus as well as in the community.

Founded in 1844 by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, Saint Mary’s College is an all-women’s undergraduate institution with graduate programs for both men and women. The College has a commitment to excellence in STEM education for women and seeks to prepare women, particularly those from underrepresented groups, to be leaders in the wider STEM community.

Applications must be submitted by January 15, 2023, to guarantee full consideration; however, applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.  A complete application includes: curriculum vitae; your philosophy of teaching; a statement of your understanding of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in academia including evidence of your current contributions and plans for advancing the work at Saint Mary’s College; all post-secondary transcripts; evidence of effective teaching (such as teaching evaluations, classroom activities, and/or pedagogical approaches); three letters of reference, at least two addressing teaching.

Applications should be submitted electronically (in .pdf format) to the email address below.  Letters of reference should be sent directly from the recommender.

Application materials should be sent to:mathsearch@saintmarys.edu

Saint Mary’s College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  In keeping with the College’s mission, Saint Mary’s is committed to increasing its diversity at all levels—students, faculty, and staff—and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.

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Saint Mary's College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In keeping with the College’s mission, Saint Mary’s is committed to increasing its racial and ethnic diversity at all levels -- students, faculty, and staff – and seeks applications from candidates who share this commitment.