Academic/Faculty, Biological/Biomedical Sciences, Other - Academic/Faculty
Since 1962, Franklin Pierce University has empowered thousands of undergraduate and graduate students to achieve academic excellence and lead meaningful, successful lives. Drawing from our strong foundation in liberal education, we offer majors and programs that develop essential, professional skills; promote close connections between students, faculty members, and staff; and position our students to realize their potential through highly personalized, financially accessible academic offerings.
Franklin Pierce encompasses a far-reaching geographic and virtual network educating a diverse population of residential undergraduates, online learners, and full-time graduate students through our main campus in Rindge, NH, and online and graduate centers in Manchester, and Lebanon, (NH), and Goodyear, AZ. We continue to explore new models and programs that build on our legacy of excellence and help students expand their knowledge, direct their passions, and graduate as qualified, engaged leaders.
The College of Health and Natural Sciences at Franklin Pierce University, Rindge, NH, seeks applications for a full-time Assistant Professor of Health Sciences, commencing August 2021. The Health Science program at Franklin Pierce University is expanding and this program is searching for a candidate who can provide expertise in nutritional sciences and health promotion. The incumbent will be responsible for teaching nutrition science courses, including Human Health and Nutrition and Advanced Nutrition. The faculty will also participate in teaching other courses, including First Year Inquiry and Health Sciences Seminar, and will potentially contribute to the Strength and Conditioning course.
The successful candidate will have a doctoral degree in Nutrition, Biochemistry, or closely related discipline and experience with sports nutrition and exercise science. The incumbent will be responsible for developing the nutritional sciences curriculum in the Department of Health Sciences, coordinating the Nutrition minor, and serving on the Health Sciences Advising Committee. The incumbent will also advise Health Science undergraduates and should have a commitment to supporting student internships.
All full-time members of the faculty are expected to contribute to the Department, College, and University events and activities. The candidate will also demonstrate teaching effectiveness at the college level and exhibit a strong commitment to undergraduate education, learning and advising. All faculty positions are expected to engage in institutional service as well as maintain a program of scholarly/creative work.
Experience and Qualifications:
Must hold a current Ph.D. in Nutrition Science, or a related field.
Research experience or relevant certification in sports nutrition & sports science, supplemented by a solid track record of teaching and research in the context of a multidisciplinary Health Science program is highly desirable.
Salaries and Benefits:
Competitive salary commensurate with experience, excellent benefits including medical and dental insurance, retirement plan, and tuition benefits for employees and their dependents.
Confidential screening of applications will continue until the position is filled. The successful candidate will begin at the start of the 2021-2022 academic year.
About Franklin Pierce University
Franklin Pierce is a private, non-profit, regionally-accredited University where every student has the opportunity to discover their passion and greatest potential. Through its campuses in Rindge, New Hampshire and Goodyear, Arizona, as well as centers across New Hampshire in Manchester, Portsmouth, and Lebanon, Franklin Pierce provides flexible learning options that serve a wide range of students. The University community affectionately referred to as “Raven Nation” includes its Division II athletics program, which involves approximately 40% of the undergraduate student body. With more than 75 NCAA Championship appearances, the University boasts six national championships in both men’s and women’s soccer, more than 40 conference championships, and 10 national players of the year.