Are You Ready To Join The Next Level In Higher Education?

At Hodges University, we are committed to hiring only the best faculty and staff to support our students on their paths to success. If you have a passion for helping others achieve their goals, then we want you on our team. If this sounds like you, choose one of our employment opportunities and submit your résumé.

Be Inspiring. Join the Hodges University team today!

A conversation with Gloria Wrenn, Director of Human Resources:

What is the Best Thing About Working at Hodges University?

“The top three reasons would be:

The people who work here. Hodges for many is a second family, and I have never seen so many people have such a passion and work so hard together for the common goal of making Hodges the best university not only in SW Florida, but anywhere.

We have a very diverse and inclusive workforce as well – everyone here is from someplace else – and I think because of that employees are much more accepting of people from other cultures or backgrounds.

We are a very innovative organization with how we present classes to students, and have become an institution that is very flexible and can swiftly change as the needs of the university or higher education demand.”

What are some of the benefits of employment with Hodges U?

“Hodges University is located on two beautiful campuses in sunny Naples and Fort Myers. Both campuses are tobacco free and and have recently earned Blue Zone Workplace designations, (the first higher education institution to do so in the region) which encourages healthy habits. In addition, all full-time positions include a generous benefit package which may include health benefits, insurance coverage, and tuition waivers.”

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Faculty and Staff Experiences

What is the best thing about working here?

“Watching students’ lives change. It just makes everything I do here meaningful,” Teresa Araque,  AVP Marketing/Public Information Officer

“Family.  I have my “home” family and my “work” family and I couldn’t do without either one. We have crazy days just like every other organization, but at the end of the day what we do here is really special.  People come here to change the trajectory of their entire family’s well being and we get to help,” Erica Vogt, Executive Vice President of Administrative Operations

“One of the best things about working at Hodges University is the close-knit and supportive culture of our staff. They are the most dedicated and professional group of people I have ever had the privilege of working with,” John D. Meyer, DBA, President

Staff Opportunities

Admissions Representative To Support The Office Of Admissions

Under the supervision of the Director of Admissions, our next Admissions Representative will support the day-to-day operations of the department and will be primarily responsible for enrolling prospective and returning students.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Contact and update prospective and returning students on the enrollment process.
  • Maintain current and accurate knowledge of all institutional program offerings, goals, and all other related subjects in order to support the student enrollment process.
  • Work with various Student Services departments in preparing for enrollment and registration during all sessions (terms).
  • Assist with student retention efforts at all times.
  • Assist with contacting and updating referrals from current and previous students.

Qualifications/Experience

  • Previous sales experience;
  • Demonstrated positivity in developing relationships with customers;
  • Successful experience in resolving hurdles for customers;
  • Excellent computer, written, oral and interpersonal community skills;
  • Experience with computer databases or CRMs is preferred;
  • An associate degree is required. Bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred but may be substituted for significant sales experience.

Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, regionally accredited university located in southwest Florida and primarily serves adult students.  Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

Director of Admissions & Recruitment

Hodges University is currently seeking a Director of Admissions & Recruitment to lead and support the Office of Admissions. Under the supervision of the Assistant Vice President of Student Services, our next Director of Admissions & Recruitment will be responsible for developing, supervising, and evaluating strategies and initiatives necessary for achieving admissions goals.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Ensuring the efficient and effective practices are observed by the admissions team to manage the student recruitment process from the point of initial inquiry to the point of acceptance into the institution while maintaining compliance with federal, state, and institutional regulations;
  • Development of process efficiencies through strong project management and system automation;
  • Management of all prospective student communications;
  • Ensuring that a prospective student’s overall experience is in keeping with Hodges University’s commitment to unparalleled customer service;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications & Experience

  • At least five years of sales experience required;
  • Enrollment management experience within a nontraditional adult-learner higher education setting is preferred, but is not required;
  • Previous experience as a supervisor is strongly preferred;
  • Excellent computer, written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Experience with computer databases or CRMs (such as Salesforce) preferred;
  • Bachelor’s degree is required. A Master’s degree is preferred but may be substituted for Bachelor’s plus significant sales experience.

Application

Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, regionally accredited university located in southwest Florida and primarily serves adult learners. Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

Assistant Vice President of Student Services (AVPSS)

Hodges University is currently seeking an Assistant Vice President of Student Services (AVPSS) to support the Office of Administrative Operations. The AVPSS will report directly to the Executive Vice President of Administrative Operations and will provide strategic vision and leadership for essential units within the Division of Student Services. The AVP’s areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, Admissions, Student Experience, Registrar, Financial Aid, Auxiliary Services, First Impressions, Student Accounts, and Veterans Services, including five direct reports.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Provides leadership and management of all student services.
  • Provides leadership and oversight for enrollment management strategies, initiatives, and efficiencies.
  • Develops long- and short-term plans for the student services departments to meet the University’s mission and strategic plan.
  • Formulate various policies and procedures as it relates to enrollment management and student services operations.
  • Monitors annual budgeting and financial forecasting related to student services departments for expense adjustments, if needed.
  • Develops and fosters communication with students, employees, and community partners which address student concerns, as well as encourages the overall growth of the University.
  • Provides administrative support to the Executive Vice President of Administrative Operations for various projects, as needed.

Qualifications & Experience

  • 3-5 years of relevant director-level or above professional experience in student services in an institution of higher education;
  • Proven strong managerial and collegial leadership in student services or related academic areas;
  • Demonstrated knowledge of administrative support areas including fiscal, human resources management, and information technology;
  • Demonstrated positive leadership in developing collaborative relationships with internal and external constituencies;
  • Successful experience in conflict resolution and long-range planning;
  • Demonstrated understanding and leadership concerning student recruitment, retention and graduation, and advocacy;
  • Bachelor’s degree is required. A Master’s degree is strongly preferred but may be substituted for significant experience in student services operations.

Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

Vice-President of Institutional Effectiveness and Business Programs Operations 

LOCATION:  Fort Myers; responsible for all sites

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:   Johnson School: Supervision of program operation at the non-credit, clock hour, undergraduate, and graduate levels within the Johnson School of Business, to include faculty, scheduling of classes, accreditation, external relations, program development responsibilities, and overall promotion and growth of the school and its programs. 

Institutional Effectiveness: Daily monitoring of KPIs related to institutional short-term, intermediate, and long-term goals. Supervision and coordination of institutional assessment, course/program assessment, and regional/programmatic accreditation reporting. 

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  • To promote the mission and support the institutional objectives of Hodges University.
  • To adhere to all FERPA requirements to include maintenance of all department documents, discussions, and records.  
  • To provide the highest level of professionalism and customer service to all constituents.
  • To schedule and attend the School’s curriculum committee and ensure timely reporting to the University’s Academic Committee. 
  • To adhere to all requirements and expectations in the Faculty and Academic Policy Handbook. 
  • To recruit hire, evaluate, and supervise full-time and adjunct faculty.
  • To supervise all faculty and staff within the School.
  • To collaborate with faculty and the Programmatic Quality department to ensure each course is aligned with the learning objectives and that those objectives are assessed.
  • To monitor organizational KPIs and generate progress reports to ensure that institutional revenue and assessment goals are met or exceeded
  • To collaborate with the Office of Student Experience on course scheduling, including the annual schedule.
  • To collaborate with the Programmatic Quality department to review course syllabi for all scheduled courses prior to the start of each session.
  • To collaborate with the Programmatic Quality department to ensure ongoing course and program review, including a complete program review for each of the School’s programs per Programmatic Quality’s schedule, but at least every three years.
  • To approve the scheduling of courses and assignment of faculty within the School
  • To ensure effective programmatic assessments are completed, academic effectiveness reporting is generated, and otherwise, support the affirmation of regional and programmatic accreditation.   
  • To supervise Institutional Effectiveness and Research and, write narratives, and otherwise support regional and programmatic accreditation initiatives, including interim reports, site visits, conference attendance, etc.
  • To conduct school/program meetings, attend orientations and graduation ceremonies, and participate on selected University committees in accordance with University policies.  
  • To participate in the Strategic Planning and Budget Council and implement budgetary processes for effective planning and assessment. To create proposed budgets for each program and the School as a whole.  
  • To develop a robust advisory board and facilitate regular meetings.
  • To advise key internal stakeholders, such as Admissions, the Registrar’s Office, Programmatic Quality, Marketing, and Professional Education and Training of changes within the programs and/or the corresponding careers/professions.
  • To propose and develop new credit and non-credit bearing programs to meet market demand.
  • To promote the University’s success through active involvement in civic and professional organizations.
  • To actively cooperate with the Office of Institutional Advancement in support of fund-raising activities. 
  • To perform other duties as assigned by the President.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

The candidate is expected to hold a graduate degree in a business, management, law, or research-related field and have at least five years of college-level teaching experience or have equivalent significant and relevant business experience. Candidate should also have served in an administrative capacity at least at the program chair level or its equivalent in a non-educational setting. The Vice President will demonstrate a capacity for providing a vision to guide future growth and program development as the market and environment change.

Substantial leadership experience and ability are required as is the ability to interact effectively with students, faculty, administration, the general public, industry leaders, and various regulatory agencies.  A terminal degree is preferred.

Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

Assistant Director, Institutional Effectiveness and Research (IE&R) 

LOCATION:  Ft. Myers; Responsible for all sites

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: The Operations Liaison,  IE&R is responsible for data collection and reporting of institutional assessment, course/program assessment, and continuous improvement initiatives in support of regional accreditation (SACSCOC), specialty programmatic accreditation (IACBE, CACREP, etc.), and selected state/federal reporting requirements.  Serves as SACSCOC Institutional Liaison. 

SPECIFIC DUTIES:  

  • To promote the mission and support the institutional objectives of Hodges University.
  • To adhere to all FERPA requirements to include maintenance of all department documents, discussions, and records.  
  • To provide the highest level of professionalism and customer service to all constituents.
  • To serve as the SACSCOC Liaison and to assist in monitoring SACSCOC compliance.
  • To serve as the specialty programmatic accreditation liaison as appropriate.
  • To participate in the development, implementation, and evaluation of University-wide continuous improvement.
  • To work closely with the Office of Programmatic Quality to ensure appropriate assessment instruments are developed and embedded in each course.
  • To assist with the establishment of the Programmatic Review cycle and ensure timely completion and reporting.
  • To create and deliver all reports such as self-studies, annual reports, substantive changes, and other notifications to and required by the various accrediting bodies and relevant local, state, and federal agencies.
  • To assist VP in monitoring attainment of the Strategic Plan and generate progress summaries of goals, objectives, and outcomes.   
  • To assist in the creation, distribution, administration, analysis, and interpretation of all surveys conducted by the University.
  • To provide assistance to administrative, academic, and educational support departments in the development of assessment plans that support University improvement efforts.
  • To coordinate assessment activities, analyze assessment results, and assist the University to use those results to improve student learning and services to students and to report the planning and assessment progress on an annual basis.
  • To represent the department at various internal meetings related to or dealing with institutional effectiveness and research matters.
  • To accept and perform other duties as assigned by the VP of Instructional Effectiveness and Business Programs Operations or the President.  

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

This is a professional position and requires the incumbent to exercise independent judgment and work independently with minimal supervision.

Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree, facility with statistics, working knowledge of regional accreditation and/or other continuous improvement processes, and at least two years of related experience in institutional effectiveness in an educational or healthcare setting. College or university level administrative experience, teaching experience, and a master’s degree are all preferred.

 

Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

Assistant Director of IT for Applications

Hodges University is currently seeking an Assistant Director of IT for Applications to support the Information Technology department. The Assistant Director of IT for Applications leads a team of technology professionals focused on deploying, integrating, reporting and customizing, and supporting all enterprise level applications that support the administrative and academic operations of the University. The Assistant Director of IT for Applications’ area of responsibility include; direct supervision of the Applications team, including priority and goal setting, performance management, as well as the daily management and continuous improvement of all enterprise level services, including but not limited to web applications, data storage, reporting, CRM, and the student information system. 

Knowledge and Skills / Experience 

  • Knowledge and experience working with Ellucian Colleague application suite, Salesforce, Informer, MS Sharepoint, Docuware, Touchnet. 
  • Experience working with financial applications related to ACH, payment gateways, and credit card processing. 
  • Familiar with basic change management practices and processes. 
  • Experience developing and clear understanding of UNIDATA, MS SQL, and Apache/PHP Environments. 
  • Excellent communication skills (both written and oral). 
  • Basic understanding of web application security protocols. 
  • Experience integrating web/cloud applications, migrating to and supporting applications in SaaS environments. 
  • Ability to perform project management. 
  • Management and higher education experience is preferred. 
  • Evidence of effective team leading. 
  • Ability to travel campus to campus. 
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed 

Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

Faculty Opportunities

Program Director, Thelma T. Hodges Nursing Program

Hodges University is a private, not-for-profit, regionally accredited university located in southwest Florida and primarily serves working adult students. The Fort Myers Campus boasts a newly renovated state-of-the-art Health Sciences facility that includes smart classrooms, and nursing skills and simulation labs, with diverse high fidelity manikins and equipment.  This technology affords students and faculty the opportunity to have innovative, leading-edge learning and teaching resources. In addition to the Nursing Programs, The newly renovated School of Health Sciences building houses The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, Physical Therapist Assistant Program, EMT and Paramedic Programs, and Dental Programs, supporting a culture of interprofessional healthcare educational experiences. 

The University is regionally accredited by SACSCOC and approved as a Level III institution offering associate, baccalaureate, and master’s degrees. The BSN program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). The BSN program consists of a night/weekend curriculum designed for completion in 4 consecutive 16-week semesters for a total of 60 credit hours. The Practical Nursing (PN) program is approved by the Florida Department of Nursing and designed for completion in 3 consecutive 16-week semesters for a total of 36 credit hours.

Hodges University is seeking a dedicated and highly motivated candidate to serve as Program Director of the Thelma T. Hodges Nursing Program. The Program Director will serve as the administrator of the academic unit with the authority and responsibility for the development and administration of the Program to include faculty, curriculum, scheduling of classes, accreditation, and program development. In addition, the Program Director provides leadership in workforce initiatives, meeting student enrollment and retention goals; directing and participating in educational planning; organizing and evaluating the Program; staffing, training, evaluating and supervising full-time and part-time faculty; evaluating student performance; motivating and advising students; generating and responding to requests for Program reports. The Program Director will have sufficient time and resources to fulfill the role’s responsibilities, the program’s educational goals and objectives, and the program’s compliance with specialized programmatic accreditation.

The nursing program enjoys a rich tri-county clinical resource access area for authentic clinical experiences. Community engagement and collaboration are key to the Hodges University mission and values. We are student mindful in supporting their aspirational and educational goals in a professional faculty-student partnership. Nursing faculty participate in (1) teaching undergraduate-level nursing courses, possibly including blended and online courses; (2) participating in broad-based university, college, and departmental committee work; (3) collaboration with colleagues, (4) advising students and (5) supervising students field experiences.

The anticipated start date for the successful candidate will be December 1, 2020.

Required Qualifications

  • A graduate degree with a major in nursing.
  • An earned doctorate degree. 
  • Practice experience as a nurse clinician.
  • Evidence of teaching effectiveness in campus and online nursing courses. 
  • Evidence of the ability to supervise and collaborate with colleagues in the academic, clinical, and community settings.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and compliance with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) standards.
  • Current and unrestricted professional nurse license issued and/or recognized by the state of Florida.  

Preferred Qualifications

  • Sustained membership in professional nursing organizations
  • Experience in teaching graduate programs
  • Evidence of sustained professional development, professional service, professional scholarship, and advocacy in nursing.
  • Prior experience as Program Director

Application

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The successful candidate will commence duties by December 1, 2020.

Applicants must submit the following information to jobs@hodges.edu: 

  • Letter of interest that addresses the required qualifications.
  • Curriculum Vitae.
  • Contact information for three professional references (name, title, address, phone number, email address). The applicant will be notified before references are contacted.
  • Unofficial college transcripts. Official transcripts will be required upon hire.

Faculty, Practical Nursing Program

Hodges University is a private, not-for-profit, regionally accredited university located in southwest Florida and primarily serves working adult students. The Fort Myers Campus boasts a newly renovated state-of-the-art Health Sciences facility that includes smart classrooms, and nursing skills and simulation labs, with diverse high fidelity manikins and equipment. This technology affords students and faculty the opportunity to have innovative, leading-edge learning and teaching resources. In addition to the Nursing Programs, the newly renovated School of Health Sciences building houses the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, Physical Therapist Assistant Program, EMT and Paramedic Programs, and Dental Programs, supporting a culture of interprofessional healthcare educational experiences.

The University is regionally accredited by SACSCOC and approved as a Level III institution offering associate, baccalaureate, and master’s degrees. The BSN program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). The BSN Program consist of a night/weekend curriculum designed for completion in 4 consecutive 16-week semesters for a total of 60 credit hours. The Practical Nursing (PN) program is approved by the Florida Department of Nursing and designed for completion in 3 consecutive 16-week semesters for a total of 36 credit hours.

Hodges University is seeking a dedicated and highly motivated nurse faculty to teach and lead the Practical Nursing program. The faculty will report to the Program Director of the nursing academic unit and work collaboratively on the development and administration of the Practical Nursing program to include managing the curriculum, scheduling classes, submitting reports, and continuous program improvement.
The nursing programs enjoy a rich tri-county clinical resource access area for authentic clinical experiences.

Community engagement and collaboration are key to the Hodges University mission and values. We are student mindful in supporting their aspirational and educational goals in a professional faculty-student partnership. Faculty will participate in (1) teaching Practical Nursing courses in campus, blended and online formats; (2) participating in broad-based university, college, and departmental committee work; (3) collaboration with colleagues, (4) advising students and (5) supervising students field experiences.

The anticipated start date for the successful candidate will be December 1, 2020.

Required Qualifications

  • An earned baccalaureate degree.
  • Current and unrestricted professional Registered Nurse license issued and/or recognized by the state of Florida.
  • Practice experience as a nurse clinician, preferably as a Licensed Practical Nurse.
  • Evidence of teaching effectiveness in campus and online nursing courses.
  • Evidence of the ability to supervise and collaborate with colleagues in the academic, clinical, and community settings.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and compliance with the Florida Board of Nursing Practice Act.
  • Evidence of sustained professional development, professional service, professional scholarship, and advocacy in nursing.

Application

  • Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. The successful candidate will commence duties by December 1, 2020.
  • Applicants must submit the following information to jobs@hodges.edu:
  • Letter of interest that addresses the required qualifications.
  • Curriculum Vitae.
  • Contact information for three professional references (name, title, address, phone number, email address). The applicant will be notified before references are contacted.
  • Unofficial college transcripts. Official transcripts will be required upon hiring.

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Adjunct Faculty – Nursing Clinical Coordinator

The School of Health Sciences is currently seeking an experienced Clinical Coordinator. The Clinical Coordinator is needed to facilitate affiliation agreements on an as-needed basis in the nursing discipline at the Naples campus. The Nursing Faculty will participate in student evaluations, and revisions, student instruction in the assigned nursing course(s), and other matters as assigned in accordance with the mission, core values, and purposes of the university.

The Clinical Coordinator must satisfy the following minimum qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in nursing required.
  • Two years of full-time Clinical Coordinator experience preferred.
  • Current and unencumbered RN license in Florida; current healthcare provider CPR certification.

 

Hours and assignments may vary by semester as defined by the Director of Nursing Programs.  Faculty schedules for classroom/lab instruction may consist of day, evening, and/or weekend hours.

Adjunct Faculty – Physical Therapy Assistant Program

The School of Health Sciences at Hodges University has an immediate opening for a Naples on-campus adjunct professor in the area of Physical Therapy, to teach kinesiology and other PTA courses. Applicants are required to possess either a master’s degree in Physical Therapy or DPT. Teaching experience is preferred. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Clinical Mental Health Counseling 

The Nichols School of Professional Studies at Hodges University is seeking adjunct professors for the Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s program. Applicants are expected to have earned a PhD in Counselor Education or a related discipline, and have relevant teaching experience. Licensure as a professional counselor in the applicant’s state of residence is preferred.

The Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is offered in a blended and fully online format. We are accepting applications for adjunct professors who are local to Southwest Florida for the blended format, and accepting applications for adjunct professors across the U.S. to teach in our fully online format. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Computer Technology/Computer Science

The Fisher School of Technology at Hodges University is seeking adjunct professors in computer technology/computer science. Experience with programming, web design, database management, and cybersecurity is strongly preferred as is relevant industry experience. A terminal degree is preferred and teaching experience is desired. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Digital Graphics and Design

The Fisher School of Technology at Hodges University is seeking adjunct professors in digital graphics and design. Experience with web design, multimedia, and animation is strongly preferred as is relevant industry experience. Candidates should be familiar with both the Mac and PC platforms and with Adobe CS6/CC software. MFA degree is preferred and teaching experience is desired. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Finance Program, Johnson School of Business

The Johnson School of Business at Hodges University has immediate openings for adjunct professors in the area of finance. Applicants are required to possess either an earned terminal degree or a master’s degree with relevant professional designation in the field to be taught. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Communication

The School of General Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for online communication classes. Applicants must have a terminal degree in communication and experience teaching online courses. The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Government

The School of General Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for its government classes. Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in Political Science or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Humanities

The School of General Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for humanities classes. Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in philosophy or ethics or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline. The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Math

The School of General Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for math classes.  Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in the discipline or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Sociology

The School of General Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for sociology classes.  Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in sociology or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline. The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Adjunct Faculty – Statistics

The School of General Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for statistics.  Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in the discipline or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds. Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts for consideration.

Tutors – Chemistry

Hodges University is currently seeking tutors for chemistry.  Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and have earned an A or B in the course to be tutored or in a higher level course for which services are provided.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

Tutors – English

The School of General Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking tutors for English. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and have earned an A or B in the course to be tutored or in a higher level course for which services are provided. The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

Steps to Apply:

Applicants should submit their résumé and transcripts if required and letter of interest to jobs@hodges.edu.

Employment Disclaimers

Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and a drug test.

Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, regionally accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. Applicants should submit their résumé and letter of interest to jobs@hodges.edu.

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