Business Ethics position at University of St. Thomas (Houston)

Dr. Mary Catherine Sommers informed me about an Endowed Chair in Business Ethics at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas. Here's a portion of the advertisement, the full copy of which is in this PDF:

The Cameron School of Business at the University of St. Thomas (UST) in Houston, Texas is inviting applications for a senior scholar to assume the Endowed Chair in Business Ethics.
The University of St. Thomas is a private Catholic University committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education.
The Cameron School of Business educates students of diverse backgrounds, teaching professional skills necessary for a changing global economy and instilling a deep appreciation for ethical behavior inspired by the educational tradition of the founding Basilian Fathers.  Small classes and a low student-to-faculty ratio assure individual attention. The Cameron School of Business has achieved accreditation of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
We seek an individual with a background in business, a doctorate in a relevant discipline, a distinguished scholarly record in the field of business ethics, and proven teaching excellence at all levels. The ideal candidate should be willing to build relationships with the university community, local business leaders, and colleagues in the field of business ethics.
Applications should address the candidate’s support of and ways he/she will contribute to the mission of Catholic higher education with particular reference to Ex corde ecclesiae.  Applicants should consult and address Ex corde ecclesiae, the apostolic constitution “On Catholic Universities” of Pope John Paul II, in preparing their statement.  Ex corde is available at this link: Ex corde ecclesiae.

 

Philosophy Job at the Pontifical College Josephinum (Columbus, OH)

The Pontifical College Josephinum is advertising a full-time position in philosophy starting in the fall of 2014. The full job description is available here and here and states in part:

Candidates must possess a doctorate in philosophy and demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching.  The expected teaching load for this position will be 3 courses per semester.  Area of specialization: open.  Area of competence: St. Thomas Aquinas. Preference will be given to those with a broad understanding of the history of philosophy.

The application deadline is February 10th, 2014.

OHIO DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY; COLUMBUS, OHIO; ENDOWED CHAIR

Ohio Dominican University is seeking applications and nominations for the Sr. Ruth Caspar Chair in Philosophy, beginning fall 2013. The successful candidate will be at full professor rank, and a nationally recognized scholar with a proven record of scholarly publications and excellence in teaching. The successful candidate will also demonstrate a willingness and ability to support the university’s Catholic and Dominican mission. The position includes a reduced teaching load, with the expectation of leading colloquia or delivering lectures. Applications from women and underrepresented minority candidates are welcomed. Ohio Dominican is located in Columbus, Ohio, a vibrant metropolitan area with an affordable cost of living. Applications should be submitted to http://www.ohiodominican.edu/jobs/ and should include a letter of interest, a CV, and a list of references. Review of applications will begin December 1.

Endowed Chair in Philosophy at Ohio Dominican University

Ohio Dominican University is seeking to fill its first endowed chair, in philosophy:

OHIO DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY, COLUMBUS, OH. Ohio Dominican invites applications from preeminent scholars for the Sr. Ruth Caspar, O.P. Chair in Philosophy, the University’s first endowed chair, beginning Fall 2012. Candidates must demonstrate a willingness to support the Catholic and Dominican tradition of the University, a record of teaching excellence and distinguished scholarship. Area of specialization open with a preferred emphasis on global or interdisciplinary issues. The successful candidate will be appointed as a full professor with salary and exact balance of duties negotiable. The University particularly encourages applications from women and underrepresented minority candidates. Review of applications will begin December 15. Applications should be submitted to casparchair@ohiodominican.edu.

The position description can also be found here and here. More information can be found here.

Philosophy Job at Canisius College (Buffalo, NY)

The Philosophy Department at Canisius College is advertising a tenure-track assistant professor position for a specialist in medieval philosophy with a concentration in Thomistic thought:
Canisius College is accepting applications for a tenure-track, assistant professorship of philosophy beginning fall 2011. The successful candidate will have: AOS - Medieval Philosophy with concentration in Thomistic thought; AOC - open but needs in Ethics and topical issues in applied ethics; History of Philosophy; Logic; strong commitments to undergraduate teaching, Introduction to Philosophy and courses in the Core Curriculum.
The full job ad can be found here and here.

 

Religion and Culture Job at St. Thomas More College (Canada)

St. Thomas More College is announcing a job opening for July 2011:

The Department of Religion and Culture at St. Thomas More College (STM), a Catholic college federated with the University of Saskatchewan, invites applications for a tenure-stream position at the rank of Assistant Professor, commencing July 1, 2011. The Department has teaching needs in the history and teachings of Christianity, and is particularly interested in candidates with expertise in, and a willingness to develop courses in, Christianity and Ecology.

The STM Department of Religion and Culture works in collaboration with the University of Saskatchewan’s Religion and Culture Department in delivering undergraduate and graduate programs. The successful candidate will have a completed PhD in a relevant area of study at the time of appointment. In addition, the ideal candidate should have a broad background in the history and teachings of Christianity. An ability and willingness to teach Introduction to World Religions, Science and Religion, Catholic Studies and/or Eastern Christianity will be considered an asset. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to one or more of STM’s distinctive programs, e.g., Catholic Studies, Social Justice and the Common Good, etc.

The search committee will begin review of applications immediately after February 15. Here are PDF and MS Word versions of the full text of the job posting.

Philosophy Job at the Pontifical College Josephinum (Columbus, OH)

An ideal candidate should be able to teach some of the following courses: Modern and Contemporary Philosophy, as well as courses that address contemporary issues in such fields as metaphysics, epistemology, political philosophy and ethics in all of which Catholic teaching has a special interest. He or she must be strongly committed to the applicable perspectives of Saint Thomas Aquinas on these matters and should be able to examine and discuss contemporary concerns from an awareness of and commitment to Saint Thomas’ philosophy.
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Two positions in Theology at Seton Hall (New Jersey)

Got a message from Fr Thomas Guarino of Seton Hall University (South Orange, New Jersey):

We will soon begin to interview for two entry-level theology positions at Seton Hall.  One position is for undergraduate theology. The other position is for graduate moral theology. In both positions, the students will consist primarily of seminarians (either college level or graduate), but with a significant number of lay students as well.

He also provided a link to the description of the undergraduate position as well as the graduate position.

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Mark Johnson is an associate professor of Theology at Marquette University, and founded thomistica.net on Squarespace in November of 2004. He studied with James Weisheipl, Leonard Boyle, Walter Principe, and Lawrence Dewan, at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (Toronto, Canada).

A job at Wyoming Catholic College for Fall 2011

Just in from Peter Kwasniewski:

Wyoming Catholic College is seeking to hire an additional full-time teacher of theology and philosophy, to begin September 2011. The applicant must be conversant with Sacred Scripture, knowledgeable in the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas, and capable of teaching the full range of theology courses offered at the College (see Catalog, pp. 46–53).  The applicant should also be well-grounded in the philosophia perennis and competent in Latin. Especially desired is a candidate who has benefited from a liberal arts education that enables him or her to teach the discipline of theology with an awareness of the principles, methods, and great books of other disciplines. Rank and salary are commensurate with degrees earned and teaching experience; salary and benefits are competitive. For more information please see the website.

 

Historical Theology Job at Providence College

The good people at Providence College’s Theology Department are announcing a job opening for August of 2011. Applications will be due on October 15, 2010. Here is part of the announcement:

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE announces an opening for an Assistant Professor (tenure track) in the Department of Theology commencing August 2011. A doctoral degree in Theology is required. The successful candidate must be competent in Historical Theology, and conversant in Reformation Theology.  Candidates should demonstrate excellence in undergraduate teaching, the ability to establish a scholarly research program, and a willingness to be in service to the college and community.

See the full description here in MS Word format.

Job in moral theology at Marquette

Hop over to my personal site to learn more about a job in moral theology at Marquette University’s Department of Theology (here).

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Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson is an associate professor of Theology at Marquette University, and founded thomistica.net on Squarespace in November of 2004. He studied with James Weisheipl, Leonard Boyle, Walter Principe, and Lawrence Dewan, at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (Toronto, Canada).

Job opening (moral theology) in Fribourg

In from the esteemed Fr Michael Sherwin, OP (in Fribourg): 

Mark,

I want to give you and your web readers a heads up about a post here in Thomistic moral theology. My colleague, Luc-Thomas Somme is returning to France and thus we are looking for his replacement. Ideally we would like a Dominican, but any qualified Thomist moral theologian who can speak French and English would be seriously considered and very much encouraged to apply.

Fr Sherwin included a PDF with more details.

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Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson is an associate professor of Theology at Marquette University, and founded thomistica.net on Squarespace in November of 2004. He studied with James Weisheipl, Leonard Boyle, Walter Principe, and Lawrence Dewan, at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (Toronto, Canada).