Tenure-Track Faculty in the Department of Finance/Economics

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Tenure-Track Faculty in the College of Business Administration | Finance/Economics

Posted 02/11/16

Position:  Oklahoma Christian University invites applications for a potential tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Finance expected to begin in the fall semester 2016. 

Primary Qualifications: A Ph.D. in finance or economics or closely related field.  ABD candidates may be considered. Demonstrated commitment to diversity and ability to communicate and positively engage students and colleagues across racial, gender, and cultural barriers.  Active membership in a congregation of the Church of Christ required.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications
  • Standard University benefits package:
  • Health insurance premium support
  • Retirement plan: 403(b) matching contribution
  • Tuition discount and other staff benefits

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Teach both graduate and undergraduate courses
  • Advise students in their program of study
  • Serve on university committees
  • Participate in department curriculum planning and assessment tasks.

Timetable:  Review of applications for this position will begin February 25, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled, subject to final institutional approval. 

To Apply: Interested candidates should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, OC application form, personal statement of faith, and a statement of research/teaching interest to Human Resources at human.resources@oc.edu or P.O. Box 11000, Oklahoma City, OK 73136.

Oklahoma Christian is a private liberal arts university affiliated with the Churches of Christ. All full-time faculty must be active members of the Church of Christ and lead personal lives that reflect the teachings, example, and love of Jesus Christ

Oklahoma Christian University complies with all laws regarding nondiscrimination in employment, including those with respect to race, color, age, sex, national origin, marital status, military service, and disability. As a religious educational institution the University is permitted by law to consider religious beliefs and practices in making employment decisions and the University does so to achieve its mission.