The Colleges of Worcester Consortium, Inc. is an alliance of 13 colleges and universities in the greater Worcester area of Massachusetts. More than 30,000 students and 16,000 employees at Consortium institutions form a dynamic higher education environment that positions Worcester and the region as a premier destination for faculty, staff and students. Worcester, the second-largest city in New England, is a creative city with urban energy, where culture shines and nightlife and diverse fine dining options are abundant.
Looking to improve your teaching?
The Consortium’s Certificate in College Teaching (CCT) Program promotes exemplary teaching in higher education grounded
in the latest pedagogical research to enhance student learning. Graduate credit awarded. Open to full-time and adjunct faculty,
graduate students and career changers. Courses offered online.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, visit www.cowc.org/cct or contact Dr. Susan Wyckoff at email@example.com.
WORCESTER STATE UNIVERSITY
Worcester State University is a public institution of higher learning set on 58 acres in the residential west
side of Worcester. We are dedicated to preparing students for personal success, rewarding careers, and
effective citizenship in the 21st century. We offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the
traditional liberal arts and sciences, teacher education, biomedical sciences, business, and the health
FACULTY OPENINGS: Assistant Professor level – Biology: Human Biologist; Business: Graduate/Health Care Management;
Chemistry: Physical Chemist; Communication Sciences and Disorders: Adult or Child Language Disorders; English:
Americanist, emphasis in 20th century or contemporary literature; English: Writing Center Director; Mathematics: Generalist or
statistician; Psychology: Developmental Psychologist; Sociology: Sociological Theory.
TO APPLY: Go to www.worcester.edu and use the quick link to “Employment Opportunities” and follow the online application
instructions found there. Worcester State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. M/F/D/V. Women and
minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS
A highly selective, Catholic and Jesuit liberal arts college, the College of the Holy Cross enrolls 2,800
undergraduates (for a student:faculty ratio of 11:1). Innovative academic programs and extensive co-curricular opportunities assure
students a highly personalized intellectual experience. The College recruits skilled teacher-scholars and fosters their careers with
opportunities for professional growth. An Equal Opportunity Employer, Holy Cross complies with all Federal and Massachusetts laws
concerning equal opportunity and affirmative action in the workplace.
FACULTY OPENINGS: Tenure-track: Vertebrate Biology; Analytical/Instrumental Chemistry or Biochemistry; Macroeconomics;
Accounting; Philosophy, Sociology or History of Education; African-American Literature; Modern and Contemporary British
Literature; History (Pre-Colonial Africa and the African Diasporas); Computer Science; Chinese Language and Literature;
Musicology (fields other than 18th/19th Century); Physics; Neuroscience; Catholic Systematic Theology; Sociology of Race;
19th-21st Century Latin American Poetry; Theatre. Visiting (up to three years): French Language and Literature.
FOR DETAILS, visit www.holycross.edu/departments/dean/website/academic_positions.htm.
Clark University is a liberal-arts based research university committed to excellence in research, teaching,
and student learning. We offer undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degrees, master’s and doctoral programs,
and professional degrees in management and other fields.
FACULTY OPENINGS: Tenure track positions available: Biology (Neurobiology, Assistant Professor);
Chemistry (Protein Biochemist, Assistant Professor); Economics (International Finance/Macroeconomics, Assistant Professor);
Foreign Languages (Spanish, Associate or Full Professor & Chair); Geography (Human Environment, Rank Open); History
(Modern Chinese, Assistant Professor); Management (Finance, Assistant Professor); Mathematics (Applied Probability, Assistant
Professor); Physics (Condensed Matter Physics; Sustainable Production and Uses of Energy, Assistant Professor); Political
Science (Comparative Politics, Assistant Professor); Psychology (Social Psychology, Open Rank).
TO APPLY: AA/EOE minorities and women are strongly encouraged to apply. Full information about these positions is available
Founded in 1784, Becker College is one of the oldest institutions for higher education in the country, with campuses
in Worcester and Leicester, Massachusetts. Becker offers a number of bachelor’s degree programs in the areas of
Business, Nursing, Animal Sciences, Design, Criminal Justice and Education.
FACULTY OPENINGS: A number of faculty openings, including but not limited to: Criminal Justice, Computer Game
Design, Humanities, Nursing, and Social Sciences, are anticipated.
TO APPLY: Please send your letter of interest, curriculum vitae and references via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATLANTIC UNION COLLEGE
Atlantic Union College, founded in 1882, is a Seventh-day Adventist Christian institution offering associate, bachelor’s
and master’s degrees. Atlantic Union College produces diverse graduates who excel in their service-centered
professions and in skills to lead communities to achieve social justice. The College views itself as a resource for
learning that is genuinely life-long. It is committed to the belief that each person has the capacity to learn and to
change his or her community environment. The faculty and curriculum are firmly committed to the transformative
success of all students of all backgrounds and to the health and transformation of the communities in which they live, work and serve.
FACULTY OPENINGS: Positions available in Business, Education, American Studies/History, Math, Nursing, Physical Education.
STAFF OPENINGS: Librarian, Educational Counselor, Director of Distance Programs, Director of Development.
TO APPLY: Visit www.auc.edu/ics/Depts/Institutional/HR/Employment.jnz or contact Dr. Clarence Ates, Senior Vice President of
Academic Affairs at email@example.com
Anna Maria College • Assumption College • Atlantic Union College • Becker College • Clark University • College of the Holy Cross Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University • Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences • Nichols College Quinsigamond Community College • University of Massachusetts Medical School • Worcester Polytechnic Institute • Worcester State University
Fresno Pacific University, a fully accredited private Christian
university in Central California, has open positions in the
Dean, School of Humanities, Religion, and Social Sciences
Full job descriptions and applications may be viewed online at the
Dean, School of Business
Director, Special Education Program
Director, Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies
Faculty in History
Fresno Pacific University Web site at http://www.fresno.edu/hr.
Fresno Pacific University is a Christian university sponsored by the
Mennonite Brethren Church. The university offers bachelor’s and
master’s degrees in the arts, sciences and professions. In addition,
extensive professional development coursework is offered. The
university is accredited by the Western Association of Schools
and Colleges. It is known for its academic excellence, strong sense
of community and Christian commitment. All employees of the
university must express a personal Christian commitment and
support the Christian mission of the university.
ings for the Common Good Program, aids
in the recruitment process, collaborates with
faculty and departments to develop internships, assists in the development of an effective marketing program, advises students,
develops an assessment strategy, is an active
representative with civic and religious communities and develops relationships with
service agencies, churches and religious organizations. Qualifications: Master’s Degree desired or commensurate experience,
experience in higher education teaching or
administration, record of success in marketing faith-based programs, recruitment
of students, demonstrated leadership and
decision-making skills and effective written
and oral communication skills. Apply online
at http:// www.elmhurst.edu. Elmhurst College is an equal opportunity employer, seeks
candidates with demonstrated ability to contribute positively to a multicultural campus
Admissions: Soka University of America
(SUA) seeks a Director of Student Recruit-
ment. The Director reports directly to the
Dean of Enrollment Services and Student
Records. The Director will provide leader-
ship in, and will oversee, the development
and implementation of a comprehensive
recruitment strategy that will identify, at-
tract, admit and enroll a highly qualified,
diverse student body at SUA. The Director
will also re-engineer the University’s core
recruitment strategies on an on-going ba-
sis to achieve specific goals and to position
the University for the next level of long-term
success. The Director will also be respon-
sible for: The publication of recruitment
materials, including view books, program
brochures, bulletins, fact sheets, applica-
tions and videos that are used in marketing
SUA to prospective students, parents and
high school counselors. The development
of Internet and web-based communications
to enhance recruitment efforts. Direct re-
cruitment efforts in seasonal, weekend and
evening events. The candidate must be will-
ing to travel. The successful candidate will:
Have the ability to communicate effectively
with diverse constituent groups, work suc-
cessfully in cross-functional settings, and
function in a fast paced environment. Be a
dynamic, creative professional with a prov-
en record of marketing, student outreach,
and recruitment of successful students. Be
a highly motivated, results-oriented, self-
starter capable of presenting a positive and
professional image of the university. Be a
highly imaginative, well-organized, high-
energy and skilled professional with excel-
lent people skills who can stay current with
marketing trends, demographics shifts, and
undergraduate program developments at
other schools. Have a proven track record in
meeting established goals and deadlines and
has an understanding of the college choice
process. Experience/Education: Five years’
experience in direct student recruitment,
marketing, publication, outreach, and stra-
tegic planning, is required. A Bachelor’s
degree is required and a Master’s degree is
preferred. Salary will be commensurate with
qualifications and experience. Soka Univer-
sity of America offers a competitive benefits
package. Review of applications will begin
immediately and will continue until the po-
sition is filled. To apply send a letter of in-
terest, resume, salary history/requirements
and three professional references to: Hu-