Part-Time Faculty Employment Opportunities
Health & Human Services Part-Time Faculty Opportunity
Enrollment in College of Health & Human Services programs at Northern Arizona University is growing. This
results in a need for high quality and effective part-time instructors. We have need for both online and face
to face instructors.
We offer programs in dental hygiene, fitness-wellness, the health sciences emphasis in the masters of
administration, nursing, occupational therapy, physical education teacher education, physical therapy,
public health and speech-language sciences and technology.
Enrollment growth most often leads to part-time online instructor demand for courses in health care ethics,
nutrition and health principles. You can review the College of Health & Human Services' full list of programs and courses.
Most opportunities are online, although we also have need for face to face
instructors on the Flagstaff Mountain Campus (undergraduate and graduate programs), the downtown Phoenix
Biomedical campus (graduate programs in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant
Studies) as well as some statewide locations for nursing. The ideal candidate will reside in the
State of Arizona, however, we are open to hiring the best teachers regardless of where they live.
For online or blended learning courses, the following apply:
- Remote duty station
- Workspace and equipment not provided
- Position requires extensive use of technology with reliable Internet/web connectivity
- Candidate must be comfortable working and communicating in an online environment (prior experience with Blackboard or a similar learning platform is highly desirable)
Applicants interested in teaching College of Health & Human Services classes will preferably have
advanced academic degrees and teaching experience in the respective field. Applicants should have
a minimum of a Master's degree in a health related field. A doctoral degree is preferred for all, and
required to teach in any of our doctoral programs. Candidates with teaching experience,
particularly online, will be preferred.
Applicants should submit the following application materials:
- Brief Cover Letter (specify the courses or major content areas which the applicant seeks to teach and please indicate whether interested in face to face teaching at a specific campus location and/or online teaching)
- Current CV or Resume
- Unofficial Transcript for highest degree attained/graduate level coursework
- Professional References
Submit your application materials via e-mail to Shelly.Pleasants@nau.edu using the subject line, "CHHS Part-Time Instructor."
Northern Arizona University (NAU) has a student population of about 26,000 at its main campus in
Flagstaff and at multiple locations throughout Arizona. Committed to a diverse and civil working and
learning environment, NAU has earned a solid reputation as a university with all the features of a
large institution but with a personal touch. NAU carefully balances teaching, scholarship and
service with a faculty and staff dedicated to each student's success.
Northern Arizona University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women,
persons with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. Candidates must live in and
be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship.