Assistant Professor, Coding and App Development & Coordinator, Digital Literacy Programs

Anderson University (South Carolina), the College of Arts and Sciences and the Office of Online Learning, Technology and Innovation invite applications for a full-time, twelve-month faculty member as Assistant Professor of Coding and App Development in the College of Arts and Sciences and Coordinator of Digital Literacy Programs for the Office of Online and Continuous Learning, beginning August 2019. The University seeks candidates with a strong Christian value system, lifestyle and commitment to the integration of faith and learning.

We invite candidates whose scholarship and teaching include programming, coding and app development and computational thinking. Experience with integrating these skills in a variety of professional, education and liberal arts contexts is preferred. The candidate will maintain a 24-semester credit teaching load each year (fall, spring or summer) in the coding and App Development undergraduate minor and post-baccalaureate certificate program in online and seated format. The candidate will also develop and lead no-credit offerings for professional development, student camps and other formats for the Office of Online and Continuous Learning throughout the year, but especially during the summer. The candidate will maintain a relationship with partner organizations to ensure internship opportunities and promote credit and no-credit programs.

Anderson University recognizes three paths for faculty employment: annual appointment, professional path, and tenure track. Faculty in the Professional Path focus on teaching and learning and are evaluated on mission fit, teaching and learning, and service; and they are able to promote through professorial ranks. After six years of exemplary service, faculty on the Professional Path become eligible for multi-year contracts. Faculty on tenure track focus initially on teaching and learning, but they are evaluated on mission fit, teaching and learning, service, and scholarship. Tenure-track faculty promote through professorial ranks and are eligible for tenure status in year six.

Anderson University is Located in South Carolina’s Upstate region, in a growing and thriving community with award-winning public schools with convenient access to major cities and year-round outdoor recreation. AU is an academic community affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, providing a challenging education grounded in the liberal arts, enhanced by professional and graduate programs and a co-curricular focus on the development of character, servant leadership, and cultural engagement.

Applicants must submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, contact information of three professional references and a completed AU faculty application (found at to:

Chair, Coding and App Development Search Committee, via [email protected]


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